T. Lynn Ocean





T. Lynn Ocean

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T. Lynn Ocean was first published in the 'North Myrtle Beach Times' (a small town weekly) but only after getting on one knee to beg the editor and offering to write for free. That was in 1995 and T. Lynn wrote the 'Humor Me' column for a year.

She went on to write freelance for various magazines and newspapers but her passion has always been fiction. Her first book, 'Fool Me Once', was published by St. Martin's Press in 2005. The best thing about writing fiction, T. Lynn will tell you, is that you get to make everything up. (Although some would argue that much of what they read in the newspaper is pure fiction, too.)

Between extended visits with her computer keyboard, she enjoys impromptu road trips (in the name of research, of course), bra
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Average rating: 3.81 · 1,006 ratings · 128 reviews · 8 distinct works · Similar authors
Choosing Charleston
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Southern Fatality (A Jersey...
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Sweet Home Carolina
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Carolina Booty
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Mayhem in Myrtle Beach
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“Daddy always said that days had to be embraced, enjoyed, used. Otherwise, they would multiply into months and years that would mock you from afar –”
T. Lynn Ocean, Choosing Charleston

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