Lynn Hernas

A cup of coffee,

a fearless faith,

and a knack for the unique

Latest Book

Coming Soon

Forbidden Mountain, Lynn's latest book. It's a young adult novel written especially with the advent of Lynn's first grandson in mind. It's the story of Will Peters and his family, living in the mountainous region of Turkey where Will's family is spending a year administering medical aid to the region after a particularly devastating earthquake hit the area. Will and his brother and two friends venture up the Forbidden Mountain in search of the legend of Zohak's ghost. In the course of their adventures, they discover an unknown people living there. Add an encounter with bears and an unexpected earthquake and they find out exactly why the mountain has been called forbidden!

Welcome!

Welcome

Hi! Thanks for stopping by. Although I am a writer of fiction and that's the point of this website, I also occasionally dabble in devotions, recipes, reminiscings of Africa, and various homeschooling topics (Psst- I am also a closet Trekker).

Just a Bit About Lynn

Born in St. Paul, Minnesota, Lynn has lived in exotic places such as Mexico, Burkina Faso and the Congo. When she's not living elsewhere, she calls Davenport, Washington home. She has always had a passion for storytelling and writing. Her works include Even Hippos Can Drown and Letters from Boot Camp and two works in progress, Spy*hopping and Forbidden Mountain. Visit her on Facebook and follow here on Twitter @LHernas.

What's New

Check out my new blog, or visit me on Facebook or Twitter or read one of my books and give me feedback!

Some of My Favorite Quotes

Chocolate, men, coffee - some things are better rich.
- Author Unknown

Coffee, the finest organic suspension ever devised.
- Star Trek: Voyager

I write when I'm inspired, and I see to it that I'm inspired at nine o'clock every morning.
- Peter DeVries

A morning without coffee is like sleep.
- Author Unknown

Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.
- Eleanor Roosevelt

I became a policeman because I wanted to be in a business where the customer is always wrong.
- Anonymous

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