"You write a book and it’s like putting a message in a bottle and throwing it in the ocean. You don’t know if it will ever reach any shores. And there, you see, sometimes it falls in the hands of the right person."

Isabel Allende

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Lynn Wiese Sneyd

Prior to starting LWS Literary Services in 2008, Lynn served as the literary publicist for Russell Public Communications and as the community relations manager for Barnes & Noble Bookseller. Most recently, Lynn co-authored The Horse Lover: A Cowboy’s Quest to Save the Wild Mustangs. Lynn is the author of Holistic Parenting: Raising Children to a New Physical, Emotional and Spiritual Well-Being and co-author of Healthy Solutions: A Guide to Simple Healing and Healthy Wisdom, which received the Arizona Book Award for best health/nutrition/wellness book. Her articles, essays and poetry have appeared in various publications around the country. A frequent presenter at writers’ conferences and workshops, she has spoken to such organizations as the Oklahoma Writers Federation Inc, Society of Southwestern Authors, Sisters in Crime, Women Writing the West, Arizona Book Publishing Association, Southern Expressions Writing Conference, Tucson Festival of Books and Southern California Writers Association. Lynn earned a BA in English from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and was a recipient of a Ragdale residency. She and her husband currently reside in Tucson, AZ.

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