“As an author, Lynn Tincher’s interests’ hover suspended between the twin poles of loneliness and identity, love and suspicion. These forces pull painfully at her characters, providing the inner conflicts that illuminate her writing, giving it power.” - Jason Walters, The Vast White
"Well crafted characters and plot twists will keep you turning pages" - Brad Parnell, The Legend of Gwerinatha: Branwen's Garden
"The relationships are believable, and the dialog is fun and easy to read" - Michele Dutcher, Against a Diamond Sky
"A coherent look at how psychic abilities might be used in law enforcement" - Ian Harac, The Rainbow Connection Detective
|Posted by Lynn Tincher on August 9, 2017 at 10:00 AM|
|Posted by Lynn Tincher on August 8, 2017 at 11:45 AM|
It was early in the 1990s, when I was about twenty-three, I noticed as I walked up the small hill between my house and my in-law's that I had chest pain with a fluttering feeling. I tried to pass it off thinking it was just my imagination. I was too young. As the evening wore on, the fluttering worsened. With my husband's insistence, I went to the hospital. By the time I arrived, the fluttering had stopped, and everything seemed normal, so they sent me home. "It's probably anxiety," they said...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Lynn Tincher on February 9, 2013 at 9:55 AM|
What am I up to, you ask? What am I NOT up to may be the easier question to ask.
First, I've been writing like a fiend, from novels, to screenplays, to short scripts for trailers. I've also been writing proposals, synpsis, and well, blog posts and answering interview questions...you get it.
Second, I've been in on photo sessions and filmings for the book trailers coming soon.
Finally, still working and trying to squeeze in family where I can.
Enough of my fun ra...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Lynn Tincher on February 4, 2013 at 8:45 AM|
Here is the new cover for Left in the Dark! Thanks John at Dark Pallet Productions, B. E. Calvert, and Michaela Ousley for all of your hard work to make this one gorgeous!
|Posted by Lynn Tincher on February 4, 2013 at 8:40 AM|
Here is the cover for Afterthoughts! Thanks John at Dark Pallette Productions and Aaron Terry for helping make this happen! Afterthoughts will be re-released on February 22nd. Pre-order now on this site!
|Posted by Lynn Tincher on January 30, 2013 at 8:20 AM|
In honor or Mardi Gras and the fact that Buried Deep is set in New Orleans, we have scheduled the cool new cover reveal for February 12, 2013! Thanks John and Dark Pallet for the wonderful artwork!
|Posted by Lynn Tincher on December 31, 2012 at 2:35 PM|
Athanase was a tall, bony wisp of a man. His true age was undetectable yet he looked worn and experienced. As he sat in silence at the table in the center of the room, he laid his battered tarot cards scrupulously in a spread before him. Nicholas, a shorter, slightly well built boy just shy of twenty looked on with eyes wide in wonderment as sweat seeped down his temples. His hands shook. He had no business being there. He knew that full well, yet the yearning for answers kept ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Lynn Tincher on October 17, 2012 at 1:20 PM|
Okay, so writing on Buried Deep and The Winberie Journals had to take a back seat for a little while. As well as writing for Louisville.com and Examiner. Health and family comes first. Now that I have several things settled, I can get back on track. I *have* been writing on another project that I can't wait to announce. I can give a bit of a hint. Afterthoughts is being re-written and expanded. Left in the Dark will be doing the same. Then out comes the long antici...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Lynn Tincher on July 11, 2012 at 12:30 AM|
Now that I've had this site for four years, I've decided to use the blog feature! I know...I'm slow. Anyway, here it goes.
What have I been up to? Writing? Not really. I've focused on the company I started in 2009. After publishing others for a while, my health began to suffer so I had to give it up. So, I'll ask again. Writing? It's coming! I'll be finishing up Buried Deep, working on the Winberie Journals, and I plan to get back to writing for Examiner.com. I also just landed a job...Read Full Post »