About Lynn Donovan
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Lynn Donovan
Lynn Donovan is an author, playwright, and director who spends her days chasing after her muses trying to get them to behave long enough to write their stories. The results are numerous novels, multi-author series, anthologies, dramatizations, and short stories.

Lynn is a co-host on a local AM radio show, KRLN 1400, called Write Time Radio. She and her co-host, Tom Bruno, air old-time-radio dramas, narrations, excerpts and poems written by local writers, including herself.

Lynn enjoys reading and writing all kinds of fiction, paranormal, speculative, contemporary romance, and time travel. But you never know what her muses will come up with for a story, so you could see a novel under any given genre. All that can be said is keep your eyes open, because these muses are not sitting still for long!
Oops, there they go again…
"Preach the gospel at all times.
Use words if necessary." ~Saint Francis
My co-host and I do a live show on the radio every Friday morning. We bring in local authors, local voice actors/narrators for a local show. In the style of Old-Time Radio with New-Time stories about ... well everything that's family friendly and entertaining.

We do radio dramas, short stories, excerpts from books, poetry, and combination of all that. We interview authors. And when we don't have an author scheduled, we put on our own work. 

It's a lot of fun! Go to our website  for more information or to hear previous broadcasts. Soon, KRLN will be able to stream live, but not yet.

The show's email is WriteTimeRadio@gmail.com
You can hear me and my co-host, Tom Bruno every Friday at 10:00 a.m. on KRLN Radio 1400 AM Cañon City, CO
More About Me
I am the wife of Paul H Donovan III, a Charge Nurse at a Care Center in Cañon City, CO. We have four grown children, four daughter/son-in-laws, thirteen grandkids, eight dogs, two cats, and thirteen chickens. I am also guardian for my special needs sister. (And I don't even wear a cape!)
My little sister, LeeAnn, was born blind and deaf with mental limitations due to Rubella Measles during gestation. She now lives with us and makes life very interesting. She speaks with sign language and writing. (she has some vision) Thus we all had to learn signing when she was about three years old. 

I interpret for her but I can only sign LeeAnn-ese.
Here I am talking to a fan at the local college book signing event.
This is two out of eight of our dogs. Honey, the Golden mix, and Nelli, a miniature Dachshund. This is a pose Nelli commonly assumes when she want's Honey's attention.
Who could ignore that?
I suppose you could say I'm a person of many talents. I do oil paintings, mostly landscapes.
Here's one of my favorite paintings. My instructor told me I paint mini-vacations. I told her, "I want it to paint something I enjoy looking at for a long time."
Me cleaning out the chickens coop. Wearing mask so I don't get bird lung! Safety first!  These are two of the thirteen chickens. As you can see, they are in the coop, "helping" me distribute their straw properly. They are Red Star Hens and Rhode Island reds, and they lay eggs like nobody's business!  "Good Chickens!"