Bio: Lynn Jeffcott lives in the Midwest on the edges of a park and wildlife refuge with her husband of twenty-three years, Dale, and her naughty wire-haired dachshund, Klaus Jurgen. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Lynn has had two careers, one in business and one in education. In marketing and advertising, she wrote copy for ads, and spots for radio and television. While a member of the faculty and staff at two Iowa community colleges, she worked as an English instructor, advisor and outreach specialist.
She recently retired from her job at a local college to finish Don't Be Afraid of the Storm, her first book. As a freelance writer, she continues to publish in magazines and trade publications.
When she's not at the computer working with a fat dachshund underfoot, she gardens and watches the wildlife dine on anything and everything she's just planted.
Don't Be Afraid of the Storm is a collection of true stories about miracles and divine intervention. It is a book of comfort and hope in our troubled times, an affirmation that we are never alone, even in our darkest moments.