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Stringing Alphabets Together and Bringing Words to Life, Lynn A. Dalton, The Word Sorcerer

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There are so many languages that a person is eloquent in speaking and expressing through. Singing, drawing, painting, crafting, sculpting, coding, and lots more. But when it comes to the most prevalent language and expression, there is no denying that writing tops it all. We have become so accustomed to using words that we tend to underestimate the alphabets and the power they possess.  

Writing is the most underrated art. Amidst the commotion of the mediocre and extraordinaire lives humans lead, the person who writes artistically strings together alphabets that form words that become elaborate sentences. But every time writers put their pens to paper, they remind the rest of the world about the real essence of words. With these black and white words, writers paint colorful pictures on the brain’s blank canvas. The words they scribble on paper carry immense weight, containing a range of complex sentiments, from happiness to anger, grief, bafflement, and everything else. It is perplexing how words that are simply thrown together in a sentence are so poignant.  

Writers create moments of impact in people’s heads. They can bring worlds together or tear them apart. The words they use can either be embraced with peace or exploded into chaos, and that all depends on what world the writer, along with the reader, creates. Writers bring words to life with magic in this melancholy life, words that resonate with emotions that even the readers are oblivious of.  

A literary genius that is appreciated today for her phenomenal stories is Lynn A. Dalton. Known for creating exceptionally gripping novels, Lynn A. Dalton is an author shining brightly in the urban fantasy  genre. 

A PASSIONATE AND DEVOTED AUTHOR 

Lynn A. Dalton was born in Massachusetts in the United States. As a child, Lynn adored reading. She dedicated a huge amount of time reading books, especially those written by Dean Koontz, Stephen King, and Iris Johansen. Her most cherished collection is the Iris Johansen’s series about Eve, the forensic sculptor.  

Lynn was often found engrossed in a book and lost in her own world. With every book the young girl picked up, Lynn’s imagination expanded to wider horizons. She got closer to writing and swiftly began writing her own stories. She was delighted to be able to share her stories with her friends and spent her school years exchanging stories with her friends through the mail. During her time at the Girl Scouts’ campfires, the tradition of sharing stories and making smores was kept alive by the talented and creative, Lynn. Every night, the girls would look up to Lynn, who would create a story on the spot and share it with the group enthusiastically.  

Naturally, high school ended, and Lynn got her MBA in Acquisition and Contract Management from the American Graduate University in Covina, California, and completed her Bachelor in University Studies from Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. But the author did not let her profession set her love for storytelling aside, and instead, she kept her passion alive by infusing it in her professional life.  

While the author began working at the Winchester Memorial Hospital, she had to spend several hours interacting with the patients. Lynn would tell stories to her patients, developing a special bond with every person she was in charge of taking care of during her duties.  

Her time working for the federal government is what the author is most fond of. Lynn worked for 34 years with the government, where the job demanded the use of her writing skills. The author happily worked there and created comical poems covering the working career of retiring personnel. 

Lynn A. Dalton found the same passion of admiration for stories and fantasies in her sons, David Angelo and Michael Thomas. Her children loved hearing stories about dragons, sorcerers, witches, and magic, and for Lynn, there was no better joy than narrating those stories to her children. The author was always encouraged by her children to step into the writing world. To the author’s dismay, her son, David, passed away in his mid-twenties, and to keep his wishes alive, the author began writing.  

THE AUTHOR’S TIMELESS NOVELS 

Lynn A Dalton got her first book in her series Dragons, Kings, and the Blazing Slicklizzard Heart Trees entitled The Scindivian Battles and the Black Magic Draco Ice Dragons published on May 23, 2017. The first book was reprinted in a new platform under the adult fiction genre on February 15, 2020 by Your Book Angel. The book is a narration of a young, naïve girl coming face to face with fate. 

The book received immense popularity, and Lynn was more than happy. In April 2018, Lynn received the title of Dayton Book Expo Bestselling Fiction Author

Her second book, Lavendar Lace:  A Washoe Indian and NorthStar, California Mystery Thriller, was published on May 12, 2019 by Your Book Angel. The book’s plot revolves around a Intern soon to become a CIA agent en route to save her life from life-threatening enemies. 

Dragons, Kings, and the Blazing Slicklizzard Heart Trees, New Platform Book One: Scindinvian Battles and the Black Magic Draco Dragons was published by the author on February 15, 2020. As of today, the author is writing the rest of the three books of the series!

Lynn A. Dalton is loved for her unique structures. Her storylines are inspired by personal life, and her main characters possess some attributes that match the author’s! Her stories are definitely worth reading and all praise!

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