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Lynette Mather

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Lynette Mather is the author of: Unspoken Secrets a YA fantasy novel.

She believes that to be a great writer, you have to write every day.
The author is a member of Motown Writers, The Mississippi Writer’s Guild, The Next Big Writer, Booksie, Webook, and Fanstory.

She has been in the media and newspapers throughout Michigan for poetry she has written. The author has won the following certificates for her excellence in writing: The Editor’s Choice Award, Poet of Merit Award, Vietnam Veterans of America awarded her the Certification of Appreciation Award, and she has won the International Poet of Merit Award. The author has had her poetry published in Treasured Poems of America.

In her spare time, the author works full time in sales.
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What is the biggest challenge you have when writing a book? Is it the begining, the middle, the end? Is it the title, or something else?
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Unspoken Secrets

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Description: How do you bring justice to someone who doesn’t exist? This is the biggest challenge Jacob Webster has ever had to face as he tries to figure out how his brother, Billy, vanished fifteen years ago. When Jacob Webster’s brother, Billy, disappeared, he was only seven years old. He still remembers how the police found no leads, no crime scene, and no witnesses. Billy’s case was buried in the cold case files. Now, fifteen years later, Jacob is headed back to Plymouth, Michigan, to figure out what happened to his brother, and why people have started disappearing again. When he reconnects with his high school sweetheart, Rose Shirley, he soon discovers that she is engaged to marry Buck McKinley, until he mysterious disappears, along with another little girl, Melissa Getty. As the police investigate, every clue leads back to Jacob and Rose making them the only persons of interest. Now with the police hot on their trail, Jacob and Rose start their own investigation, which leads them to hell and back, as they try to convince the police that the people responsible for everything that has happen in Plymouth, Michigan died a long time ago.

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Bridget Bowers Thanks for the friend request, Lynette.


message 5: by Sarah

Sarah Hi, thank you for the friend request! (=


Lynette Mather Hey there,
I plan on checking out your blog. I love paranormal/urban fantasy. Thanks for thinking about me, and for the invite to check it out. :)

Take care.


VampireNovelFan Thanks for the friendvite, Lynette! If you ever need a Paranormal/Urban Fantasy fix then I recommend you check out my blog! I've started doing giveaways for great series to my followers:

http://vampirenovelfan.wordpress.com/

Happy reading!


Lynette Mather Thank you and you too! I love staying in touch with fellow authors, and I too wish you much success in everything you do!


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Rai Hi Lynette,

Thanks for your friendship! I always enjoy connecting with my fellow authors.

Wishing you continued success!

~Rai


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