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Lynda’s Story


Hi There. My name is Lynda Meyers. My bio on several social media sites reads: Wild Woman. Writer. Mother. Maiden. Crone. Messy, beautiful human. That about sums it up. I’ve lived all over the world and am currently living and writing in the Pacific Northwest (USA).

I started writing as soon as I could read. Words made sense to me in a way that little else did. They were predictable yet infinitely flexible. I could bend them and shape them to fit whatever I might be feeling. Over the years I have penned articles, blogs, educational materials, poetry, songs and now, three novels (so far) with plans for many many more. I’ve also started down the road of adventure of travel writing and ‘moto journalism’ so that should be interesting 🙂

In my early 20s I became a nurse. In 2010 I started eating organic, mostly gluten free foods.In 2013 I started doing hot yoga. That’s about the same time I started riding a motorcycle, because it freed me in ways I’d never known possible and gave me a much needed outlet to deal with my PTSD. My bike became my therapy, as I’m sure most bikers will understand.In 2015 I bought my Harley, and it feels like I’ve come home.

If you’re curious about the rest of my story and you choose to read or follow what I write, you will learn about who I am and how I got to this place on the road. My story is unique, and yet, so is yours, and I hope you’ll take time to share it with me as we walk along together.

Latest stories

Newly Released Editions for Truly and Finn

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I’m so excited to be working with the amazing Jane Dixon-Smith to create new cover designs for my first three books! Aren’t they gorgeous? I’ve released new editions of Truly and Finn’s stories as companion novels. I actually wrote Truly’s story first, but was so curious about Finn’s story that I wrote a book about him too! Chronologically Finn is the prequel...

Steel Journeys Cover Reveal!

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Finally! A motorcycle novel with a woman at the controls! Book 1 in the Steel Journeys series is finished and Book 2 is right on it’s heels! Here’s a bit about the series: Join Abby Steel on a series of breathtaking international adventures with Steel Journeys – an all-female motorcycle touring company where she calls all the shots. From huts to hotels, it’s never the same...

Audio Books – the “.Wave” of the Future!

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I don’t know about you, but I’ve got a monster commute. Rather than listening to the same songs play over and over again on the radio, I pass the time listening to podcasts and audio books. I’ve also recently purchased a set of Sony noise cancelling headphones that have literally changed my life and my workflow. Turns out I’m really sensitive to noise, and these babies have made my...

The Art of Pilgrimage

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“Pilgrimage is a metaphor for any journey with the purpose of finding something that matters deeply to the traveler.” ~ Phil Cousineau I picked up a book during my travels in Nepal. This is nothing new. I am always buying books, especially when I travel. If something catches my eye, or my heart – it becomes a sort of verbal souvenir. I’ve also found that many times, local shops in foreign...

Steel Journeys – Coming Soon!

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Finally! A motorcycle novel with a woman at the controls! Book 1 in the Steel Journeys series is finished and Book 2 is right on it’s heels! Here’s a bit about the series: To some people home might be wherever you lay your helmet, but for Abby Steel, home was wherever she laid her ass. Today it’s a Harley. Tomorrow it might be a BMW or a Triumph or a Honda. Home was whatever bike fit...

Adventures in Nepal – Motorcycle Style

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**Warning: This post contains references to poop and motorcycles! If either of these things make you nauseous, turn back now!** After eight days in country in Nepal, I flew to a small city northwest of Kathmandu. The beautiful city of Pokhara finally gave me a glimpse of the front range of the Himalayas, which had hidden themselves under smog the whole time I was in Kathmandu Valley. My hotel...

So There I Was…(a.k.a. Half-Dead in Nepal)

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When pilots get together to tell their stories over whiskey, it tends to start with “So there I was…” Of course, their stories only have to be 10% true I’m going to tell you a story that is 100% true. I’m also going to ask for a pass from any old fighter pilots who might be reading this, mostly because I’ve got a glass of Jameson’s in my hand as I’m...

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