Lynn Yvonne Moon is the author of the successful Agency Series, which deals with the implications of unlimited government power and money. She has worked for state and federal government since the 1990’s and uses her extensive personal experiences to captivate her audience with realistic stories of political corruption and black Government espionage.
Her first novel, When Souls Collide, introduces the reader to the ultimate power of The Agency. The second novel, What Rings True, awakens The Agency to the ramifications of never-ending political power. Dysfunctional Bloodline traces the steps of a family serial killer out for revenge. Lynn graduated from Troy State University where she earned a Masters Degree in Government. She currently works for the Commonwealth of Virginia and resides in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Her last memory before falling asleep is the love she feels for her husband and kids. Then she wakes up, confused, dizzy, and sick, and realizes where she is; a courtroom. This is the nightmare and reality of Early Sutton and other women like her across America.
Carrie Clark and Maddie Edwards reunite with The Agency to solve the mysterious murders that are plaguing America. They risk their lives as they travel from coast to coast gathering clues and piecing together a strange puzzle where the pieces don’t seem to fit. In The Defendant’s Chair examines the inner working of our US Government and a secret society as they manipulate the human genome in evil seclusion. In a race against time to save the human race, the women must contemplate both the ethical and moral issues of genetic tampering.
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Q) What inspired you to write this story?
A) First imagine your worst fear or fears. Mine? Being put on trial for a murder I did not commit. Then add to that the horrors of genetic manipulation of the human genome. What is happening now outside of vision? We are eating genetically modified foods, so what's next? Genetically modified humans?
Q) How long did it take you to write?
A) Over two years of intense research went into the writing of this novel. Therefore it took me over two and a half years to complete.
Q) What is your favorite thing about writing?
A) My favorite thing about writing is the ability to use my imagination to take me and my readers anywhere we want to go. There is no limit to our travels as long as my imagination is allowed flow.
Q) What is your least favorite thing about writing?
A) My least favorite thing about writing is that it does not bring in enough money to support me and therefore I must work a day job. I wish I could write full time, but at the moment is it a part time adventure.
Q) If you could be any famous person for one day, who would you be and why?
A) If I could be famous for one I would be Woopie Goldberg. Why? Because Woopie is fun and full of surprises and I'd love to see the world through her eyes.
Q) What is the oldest thing in your fridge and how old is it?
A) The oldest thing in my fridge is me and I'm... well let's say I'm older than dirt. But I feel as if I'm in my twenties. Many my age sit back and allow life to consume them. Not me, I take life by the horns and push back. I'm not aging with grace, I'm battling through all the way to the end.
Q) What can readers expect from you in the future?
A) Readers can expect more excitement and more novels. Two are planned for every year with an extra side of Children Picture books or Middle School novels. The Agency Series is running strong with one more in the works and three more ideas on the shelf. The new young adult series is schedule to have a total of five novels to excite and entice my readers.