When you pick up a novel by Lynne Adams Barzé, you won't be able to put it down. Her gripping fiction books span the genres of science-fiction and the paranormal. Get lost in her creative worlds of crime, suspense, and the supernatural.
Lynne Adams Barzé is an author, writer, poet, and freelance journalist, born in the Tremé area of New Orleans, just outside of the Vieux Carré. Her heritage in this area of the country goes back more than five generations. Now, she and her husband make their home in Picayune, Mississippi, where she belongs to and volunteers for many civic and church organizations, including Southern Senior magazine. She and her husband are proud parents and grandparents of their son, daughter-in-law, and three grandsons.
Her writing career began when she was only ten years old with a poem that she wrote to astronaut John Glenn, who she would later meet at a Marine Corps birthday ball in the 1980s. Mr. Glenn signed the poem and would later mention it in his memoirs. The poem was a parody song of the Marine Corps theme, over which she feared being fired. However, the work was presented favorably to Marine Corps Commandant, Paul X. Kelley. She has also written epitaphs to Carl Sandburg and Martin Luther King Jr.
She prides herself on being a southern author who speaks to the mind of the entire nation. She is committed to keeping readers thinking and turning pages. Upon sharing her writing with a pastor, he commented that she had the style of Alfred Hitchcock. She is passionate about experimenting with narrative structure and frequently chooses to write non-linearly in order to create and maintain suspense. The dedications of her books are even written in verse. The thrilling novels of Lynne Adams Barzé are available to purchase online. Discover her intriguing worlds today.
You will want to read her Short Stories, featured on Kindle, over and over.