Join Tonya Mitchell of the Cincinnati Writers Project as she discusses writing with Lynn Cullen: Last year at Books by the Banks, I unashamedly befriended (some would say stalked) an author who was doing a book signing there. Her name was Lynn Cullen. While she signed her book for me, I blathered on about my [...]
Cullen visits the Golden Age of Spain in Reign of Madness, a tale of love, madness, royal intrigue and marital betrayal set during the controversial reign of Juana of Castile—also known as Juana the Mad––one of the greatest cautionary tales in Spanish history.
Lynn Cullen's other novels I Am Rembrandt's Daughter, a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Authors selection, and ALA Best Book for 2008, and The Creation of Eve, an Indie Next selection, both have received wide critical acclaim. Find out more!
Lynn Cullen grew up in Fort Wayne, Indiana, the fifth girl in a family of seven children. She learned to love history combined with traveling while visiting historic sites across the U.S. on annual family camping trips. She attended Indiana University in Bloomington and Fort Wayne, and took writing classes with Tom McHaney at Georgia State.
October 17, 2011