I never wanted to be an addict. I don't think any of us do. One day you think you are normal, living a normal life, and then one day there is concrete proof that you are not.

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Ecstasy overdose

Lubbock police expect to wrap up their investigation into the death of teenager Thomas Mallory sometime next week. Mallory died of a suspected ecstasy overdose earlier this month.
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Thursday, June 09, 2005

Listen to my radio interview

Here is my eight minute radio interview from Bill Thompson's Eyeonbooks. I am thrilled to be featured on Bill's Website as few new authors are chosen for the show.

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Wednesday, June 08, 2005

New review from barnesandnobel.com

Warren Guthrie, someone interested in helping kids., June 6, 2005,
A 'can't put it down' for anyone, everyone.
I loved this book. The slide into drugs was understandable, but the partying was extreme for anyone. Belying that, was Lynn's accessible storytelling, that made the shocking tale seem like it could happen to you or me. Just when I'd had enough drug tales, the book changed. Her relapse read like a Grisham novel. Her family story took the book to a higher, even more engaging human level. By the time she found her 'voice' speaking at a prison, I was cheering for this girl, as I felt I knew her. A great, multi-dimensional, fast-read book. Go Lynn!