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When she was eight and discovered the words an author wrote on a cereal box could reach millions, Lynne Curry decided to write. She wrote a poem a day and carefully slid them under the newspaper office’s front door. After four months, the newspaper editor gave in, and published the first. Since then, Lynne has made it her life’s work to write “real.”

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#AmWriting Fiction



It’s been almost a decade since Jess ended her marriage to an abusive bully, a man her estranged daughter Carly idolizes....

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High clouds in the Alaska wilderness

Her Next Hero

Jess Cassidy is engaged to the perfect man—an adventurous, big-living pilot—but when his plane crashes in an Alaskan winter storm, so...

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Short Fiction

Here are a few short pieces, both published, to give you a sense of my writing.

I Never

I’ve never harmed a living creature. I’ve never tied thread to a butterfly’s wings or pulled a daddy longlegs’ center from his wriggling legs. Thirty years ago, Ma gave birth to me on a rotting cloth cot strung up in a leaking tar paper shack in the Tennessee hill country. Two were born on our […]

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A collie dog

Who Knew

When we set our clocks forward for daylight savings time this spring, who knew we’d instead enter the twilight zone? That shoppers would fight over toilet paper. That I’d have the time to clean the junk drawer but still wouldn’t. That I would view a repair man coming to fix the toilet as a dress-up […]

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Writing from the Cabin

...a blog on writing and living

Nonfiction Books

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Called the “Dear Abby of the Workplace,” Dr. Lynne Curry helps you navigate workplace issues from bullying to legal aspects of managing to remote work to office politics. Read hundreds of her articles and responses to your questions on

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