Bob the Bear Likes to Run is about a bear. Named Bob. Who
likes to run. This children's picture book was illustrated by my twin brother, John T. Lynch, and we're pleased to offer
this on sale currently as an eBook (paperback in the works) at Amazon, Barnes&Noble, and several other online shops. Bob the Bear loves to run, but when his friend enters him in a race,
Bob faces a bewildering world of competition. When he trips on his shoelace and falls, he is more worried about disappointing
his friend than losing the race. Both friends learn in this warm and gentle story that winning isn’t everything and
there’s always a next time to try again.
Coming up: I'll
be speaking at the Westfield Athenaeum, Westfield, Massaschusetts on Tuesday, March 12th in celebration of Women's History
Month. I'll be drawing from essays in my recently published States of Mind: New England.
This, and some of my novels, will be available for sale at this event.
I'll be appearing with a number of other local authors at the Author Fair at the Springfield City Library, Springfield,
Massachusetts on Saturday, April 6th. This will be a meet-and-greet event with the public, and a selection of my books
will be available for sale.
I'll be speaking at the Chicopee Historical Society,
meeting at the Chicopee Public Library on Thursday, May 16th with a PowerPoint presentation about topics from my recently
published States of Mind: New England. That book will be available for sale at this event.
Classic Films and the American Conscience (see description below) is now available as an eBook from Barnes & Noble.States of Mind: New England, a coffee table-sized book of essays and nearly 200 photographs is now available in paperback from CreateSpace, and
in paperback and as an eBook from Amazon.com.
British reviewer "Beck Valley Books" reviews my novel "Meet Me in Nuthatch" here.
released...States of Mind: New England, a collection of essays from my New England Travels blog on events and experiences from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Nearly 200 photos. Now on Kindle, to be released in paperback in December. Will be available as an ebook at other
online shops in the new year.
"Connecticut Bloggers" guest post on my Double V Mystery series set in post-WWII Connecticut.
My novels The
Current Rate of Exchange, and Meet Me in Nuthatch, and Speak Out Before
You Die are all available in paperback. Please order through Amazon, CreateSpace, or through this site.
Classic Films and
the American Conscience is now available at Amazon. This ebook is a collection of essays on classic films
taken from my blog, "Another Old Movie Blog", which has just marked its fifth anniversary. The book is over
300,000 words, with sections on individuals (like Boris Karloff as Peter Pan on Broadway and on a float in the 1950 Macy's
Thanksgiving Parade), on special topics (like Depression Glass), on genres, on the history of the world as Hollywood saw it.
The book's opening chapters cover the "series" topics which are among my favorite on the blog, where I match up
two or three, or four films and discuss what is alike about them or what together they tell about the subject which unites
Shorts" - a collection of six short stories (two previously unpublished) now available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble,
Swell Time", a humorous short story now available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords.
"Constancy" a humorous short story is reviewed
on Red Adept Reviews.
"One Good Turn",
a two-act suspense drama was chosen as a winner in the Northern Kentucky University Y.E.S. Festival of plays, and
premiered Friday, April 8, 2011.
Visit Another Old Movie Blog for discussion of old movies and the culture that made them.
Visit New England Travels for history, art, and theatre of New England, and more theatre at Tragedy and Comedy in New England.BIO:
Jacqueline T. Lynch has several plays published
and produced around the U.S., Canada, and one of which ("Child's Play") was translated into Dutch and performed
several times in the Netherlands. Her one-act play IN MEMORY OF TRIXIE GAZELLE was chosen
as a winner in the 2010 Nor’Eastern Playwright’s Showcase of the Vermont Actors’ Repertory Theatre in Rutland,
Vermont. Her ONE GOOD TURN premiered as a winner of the 2011 Northern Kentucky University
Y.E.S. Festival. She is also a novelist whose ebooks are available online from Amazon.com, Barnes &
Noble, and Smashwords. She has published articles and short fiction in regional and
national publications, including the anthology “60 Seconds to Shine: 161 Monologues from Literature” (Smith &
Kraus, 2007), North & South, Civil War Magazine, History Magazine, and writes Another Old Movie Blog
and New England Travels, and Tragedy and Comedy in New England blogs.
My books are available as eBooks and in paperback from Barnes&Noble.com for your Nook here. Smashwords also carries my eBooks here. Sony carries my eBooks here. Kobo carries my eBooks here. Diesel carries my eBooks here. CreateSpace carries my books in paperback here.If ordering a paperback directly from me and you want the book signed or personally inscribed,
please let me know in your order request by email to JacquelineTLynch@gmail.com.
Memorable Character" acting monologue published in "60 Seconds to Shine: 161 One-Minute Monologues from
Literature" (Smith & Kraus, Dec. 2007, ISBN-13: 9781575255323). Order here from Barnes & Noble.