Whether talking about how her strange childhood has led to a problem in making adult decisions; explaining why she should be the new Bachelorette (she thinks she 32 but could easily pass for 60-something); disastrous love interests; to drinking too much tequila in her coffee (in the morning!), DJ is here to reveal her thoughts that just might be cautionary tales. Essays. Humor.
Talking with Lizards – the witty and irreverent continuation (Volume 2) of the popular true story Running with Chickens. DJ is the author and editor with co-author Steve Peak, the disgruntled and very real protagonist.
DJ spent a month in Italy this summer (2022). Two years of aging in place during the pandemic had cost her a shattered elbow (now containing various strips of metal attached with duct tape and wire) and added additional reasons for anxiety. But she was used to that and now it was time to get out of the house and out of America. She has thoughts of course, and, as always, not everybody agrees with her. She’s used to that too but now, that bitch isn’t listening. Essays. Humor.
Sara Bryn Kenyon believes she’s just a young data scientist until she discovers the mysterious connections between her son Jax (Jackson) and long-term friends Tom, a retired cartographer on the verge of mental collapse and Drake, a brilliant and gay former model turned AI gaming entrepreneur.
As they begin to unravel their entangled relationships and strange powers, they discover it was not by accident. A strange being has brought them together for a world changing task. Their knowledge and unique abilities could save the future if they are willing to believe and act in time.
High Tide is a love story between two men who start off as childhood friends.
Alex grew up privileged along the beaches of the Italian Riviera. He meets Matthew at a London festival and they bond over their love of music and shared dreams. A traumatic event casts them into an unexpected intimate bond. For several years they explore their desires and dreams until personal doubts and outside forces pull them apart.
They become illusions–ghosts to accommodate the demands of a world with other ideas about who they should be, as well as their own personalities that come into clear focus as they get older.
Who will they become? Will the idealism and freedom that comes with youthful fantasies survive into adulthood?
Literary fiction. PG 16 with mature subject matter but no graphic sex scenes.
“Not a boring travelogue! Ms. Lynn took us 12,000+ miles around the US. She was accompanied by a witty pre-teen son who called her cartoon names and frequently kept her grounded. Along the way she lets us in on the intimate backstory that led her to that point in time when she needed to get away from the demands, noise and agendas of others.