Essay in THE BEST AMERICAN ESSAYS 2018;
(cited in BAE 2015, 2016); PUSHCART poetry finalist

Solstice Contributor News: Lynne Reeves Griffin’s Novel Featured in New York Times’ “Best Books of 2021” Selections

Lynne’s new novel, The Dangers of an Ordinary Night, was chosen as One of the Best Books to Give This Season by the Sunday New York Times Book Review. Lynne’s short story “Gambling with Nana” appeared in the Spring 2019 edition of Solstice.

For more about Lynne’s work, please visit LynneGriffin.com.

 

Lynne Reeves Griffin is an internationally recognized family counselor, public speaker, teacher and writer of fiction and non-fiction. Her work has appeared in Parents, Psychology Today, Solstice Literary Magazine, Chautauqua Journal, Craft Literary, Fiction Writers Review, Brain, Child and more.

Lynne regularly appears as a media guest expert to discuss contemporary family life and preventive mental health.

Writing as Lynne Griffin, she is the author of the family-focused novels, Life Without Summer (St. Martin’s Press), Sea Escape (Simon & Schuster), and Girl Sent Away (SixOneSeven Books).

She writes novels of domestic suspense as Lynne Reeves, with The Dangers of an Ordinary Night published by Crooked Lane Books in November 2021, and Dark Rivers to Cross due out fall 2022. For more about Lynne’s work, please visit LynneGriffin.com.

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