Lynn Ellen Doxon
Lynn Doxon started writing stories at the age of seven but didn't consider herself a writer. She won her first writing contest at
eighteen and was first published in a non-school publication at twenty. She still didn't consider herself a writer. Despite the
publication of three books and over a thousand newspaper and magazine articles through her work, she was a horticulturist, not a
writer. When she retired and began making money writing online articles, she began to think she might be a writer. With the publication
of this, her first novel, Dr. Doxon calls herself a writer. She hopes you agree. She lives amid an urban food forest in Albuquerque
with her husband, the two youngest of her six children, her 96-year-old mother, and a large collection of animals.