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How do you take your real life and translate it into a novel? Author Lyn Fraser will tell you how. Lyn began her career writing about business and finance. In 2014, she turned her authorial skills to fiction and wrote Debits and Credits, a mystery in which her heroine saves her clients from financial disaster while delving into a murder and a black market for senior prescriptions medicines

 

A native Texan, Lyn Fraser is the author of a business textbook that has sold a quarter of a million copies, short fiction in literary reviews, and two books on the psalms. She has taught at Texas A&M University and Colorado Mesa University and served as a hospital and hospice chaplain. Lyn has an M.F.A. from Bennington, a D. Min. from the University of the South, and is a C.P.A. Currently residing in western Colorado, Lyn enjoys the magnificent natural landscape as an avid walker and golfer, and the indoor culinary scene as a recreational foodie. 

Date:
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Time:
5:30pm - 7:30pm
Location:
Central Library Mesa Room
Campus:
Central Library
Categories:
Adult
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