Author Archives: Lynn Miclea

About Lynn Miclea

LYNN MICLEA grew up in New York and moved to California while in her twenties. A certified hypnotherapist, Reiki master practitioner, and musician, with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, she spent many years working in the medical field and in various offices in an administrative capacity. After retiring, Lynn discovered and developed a passion for writing, and she is now a successful author with many books published and more on the way. . She has published many nonfiction books including memoirs of medical issues (ALS and open-heart surgery) and a series of meditation books filled with visualizations for empowerment, self-improvement, and inner joy. She also has published ten sweet and fun children's books of uplifting, loving, feel-good animal stories, filled with warm humor, and which are about kindness, compassion, helping others, seeing the best in others, and believing in yourself. She is also currently writing romance fiction stories that crossover into paranormal, suspense, and thriller. Lynn is thrilled with sharing her books with others, and she hopes that through her writing, she can help empower others and add more joy and love to the world. She asks everyone to be kind to each other as we all share this journey through life together. Lynn currently lives in the Los Angeles area with her husband and two dogs. Please visit her website at www.lynnmiclea.com.

Comparisons? Stop Comparing!

Comparisons. We all do it. We compare ourselves to others. And we find that we’re not as good as some, and we are better than others. Or so it seems. However, this is misleading at best, and dangerous at worst. What … Continue reading

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Choose Joy Over Fear

You are more than your fears. The more I talk with others, the more I realize—we all have fears, doubts, and insecurities. It is a universal, human condition. But those areas are not meant to stop us or hold us … Continue reading

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Push Yourself!

Push Yourself! We’ve all heard it—in school, at work, and at home. Push yourself. But it means a lot more than just doing more work or completing more tasks. Pushing yourself gets you out of your comfort zone, which enables … Continue reading

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Challenge Your Characters

Challenge Your Characters Some writers love having horrible and hazardous things happen to their characters, while others prefer to keep their characters safe and happy. It can be difficult to cause our characters to hurt or suffer, because we care … Continue reading

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Success as an Author

Many new writers and authors often wonder what it takes to be considered a successful author. How many books do they need to sell before they are considered successful? How much money do they need to make in royalties before … Continue reading

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Advice for New and Aspiring Authors

Advice for New and Aspiring Authors I can easily remember what it was like before I published my first book. It was not that long ago, and I had no idea what I was doing. I didn’t think I was … Continue reading

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You Are Important!

If you have been waiting for a sign – this is it. You are important. Each of us is important and each of us makes a difference in this world. So many of us struggle with low self-esteem, with not … Continue reading

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