Lyndi Alexander dreamed for many years of being a spaceship captain, but settled instead for inspired excursions into fictional places with fascinating companions from her imagination that she likes to share with others. She has been a published writer for over thirty years, including seven years as a reporter and editor at a newspaper in Homestead, Florida. Her list of publications is eclectic, from science fiction to romance to horror, from tech reporting to television reviews. She’s a single mother of seven with two children on the autism spectrum, a quilter, a gardener, and woman of all trades. When she has time, she blogs on a variety of subjects, including autism, science fiction and life at http://awalkabout.wordpress.com
Learn more about her urban fantasy elf series at http://clanelvesofthebitterroot.com
Her books include: Triad, Dragonfly Publishing, 2012
The Horizon trilogy–Horizon Shift, 2013, Horizon Strife, 2014 and Horizon Dynasty, 2015, from Dragonfly Publishing.
Love Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me, Hydra Publications, August 2012
A Small Degree of Hope, a shapeshifter sci-fi romance, available from Lyrical Press/Kensington Do you like your shape-shifters…cold-blooded?
Post-apocalyptic YA Series The Color of Fear, with WINDMILLS now available, DESTINATIONS, coming in summer 2013, and the third book thereafter from Zumaya Publications
Running away isn’t necessarily the answer.
In her mad rush to escape a failed marriage, Sara Woods takes the first job available and lands in the middle of a mystery. Her first assignment as a news reporter for the Ralston Courier is the investigation of a string of deaths, all young women, all her age.
She becomes a patient at the Goldstone Clinic, a local mecca of healing, to deal with chronic pain from her past. But all is not as it seems at the Goldstone, its doctors and nurses are all the picture of perfect beauty and health. Patients at the clinic first seem to get better, then they deteriorate. Sara enlists the help of Dr. Rick Paulsen, who teaches her how to access her internal power, skills she never knew she had, revealing secrets from her past. Police officer Brendon Zale also takes an interest in Sara, but he acts like a stalker, watching her every move, and he won’t leave her alone.
As she digs deeper into the story, and more young women die without explanation, she tries to choose allies wisely, but not till the last confrontation does she discover the identity of her true enemy.
By then, it’s too late.