Lynn Voedisch is the author of "The God's Wife" (Fiction Studio Books), available as an e-book on all platforms and as a paperback from Amazon or barnesandnoble.com.
She also worked as the technology editor for Technorati for a time. She is an experienced (but youthful!) journalist and have written for such newspapers as the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times and the Los Angeles Times. She spent 17 years at the Sun-Times as an entertainment writer and dance critic, although she also wrote about the Internet and technology too. She also freelanced for many publications; she has been on WBEZ-FM, the local NPR station Chicago, and a panelist on "Chicago Tonight," on WTTW-TV, the PBS affiliate.
A noir novel about a tryst in a Chicago heat wave works a hypnotic, magical spell.
HBO movie investigates death of young woman who came to be symbol of Iranian uprising of 2009.
Unusual book on tea traces how the plant was discovered, its effect on history and religion and the best varieties.
Dancers show off flash move for appreciative judges on auditions around the country.
Story of a young teenager who tries to be edgy and cool but too many neuroses make her object of pity.
Novel about murder in small freeway turnoff turns into psychological investigation of the soul of a town.
A collection of short stories by N.M. Kelby shows the insane, silly, victorious side of love.
Author Steven Jay Griffel skipped past the paperbound phase of publishing and is enjoying success on the Kindle and iPad.
The Chicago Cubs break out of a sub-par road trip with a raucous home opener, pleasing the long-suffering faithful.
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