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.
The second-novel curse hits Audrey Niffenegger, who won hearts and minds with her delightful The Time-Traveler's Wife.
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