Like most authors, when I’m not writing or reading, I am refilling my tanks with
the juicy, creative mojo that is television.
I am about as picky about my shows I am about my books, and here are my top five
favorite TV shows.
Housewife. American Housewife is a hilarious and seriously
en-pointe look at the middle class, American wife and mother. Her
struggles are my struggles, but she does it with a lot more humor than I do.
She’s chubby, hates to socialize, can’t stand her own kids, and is just as
tired, annoyed, fed up, and sweatpantsy as I am. I love Katie, I love her
insight, I love how she says what other American moms are thinking and feeling.
This show is a breath of fresh air.
Badlands. This show has everything my cheesy Kung Fu movie loving inner
child longs for. It’s over the top, bloody, fun, and the story just pulls you
in. It would be easy to just let the action and blood turn the show into a campy
trash dump, where all good plots go to die, but it is a fabulously wonderful
show that keeps me on my toes. This show is fun, fun, fun, and the music is
awesome! Thank you, Mike Shinoda, for giving us that luscious beat I’ve come to
love in my Linkin Park albums.
on me for loving a show about my mortal enemy, the Devil. But I can’t help it.
Fox has done an amazing job turning the Lord of Lies and the Deceiver into a
sexy humanoid who makes me laugh, smile, cry, and…<shock of all shocks>
root for him! This show is absolutely my guilty pleasure.
Thrones. My husband and I were a little late to the GoT party. We
didn’t start watching the show until a month before the start of the sixth
season. While there are some naughty bits and gross elements, we deal with those
with well-timed shouts of “boobies!” and some eye diverting. The rich, chaotic,
beautiful world of Westeros sucked me in from the very beginning, and dragged me
along for six seasons, making me fall in love with then mourn incredible
characters. This show is bloody, terrifying, magical, awe-inspiring, disgusting,
grotesque, and quite possibly the best show on television…but not quite.
Supernatural. Goodness…what can I say about this
show? Eleven years ago, I saw my very first Supernatural trailer. It was a
snapshot of a brand-new show about two handsome brothers, travelling the
country, hunting and killing things that go bump in the night. Right up my
alley, but I wasn’t getting my hopes up. Well, eleven seasons later, I am a
die-hard Winchester fan. My relationship with Dean and Sam isn’t one that most
female fans would have. While I agree these two men are the epitome of male
perfection, I do not look at them as if I were angling for some Winchester
lovin’. I grew up with these guys, I’ve been with them through thick and thin,
heartache and triumph, failure and victory. They are family. I feel like their
sister, along for the ride in the family Impala. How strongly do I feel about
this connection… Well, my pen name is proof enough of my devotion to these
kick-butt monster hunters.
This show is by far my most favorite of all the live-action TV shows (Animated
is most certainly Avatar: The Last Airbender), and I look forward to spending
time with them every week—and sometimes three times a day, via NetFlix.
Well, now that I’ve shared this top five list, I have a hankering for
cheeseburgers and milkshakes, classic rock, and some wendigo hunting.
Guilty of a terrible crime and dogged by a sense of obligation he can’t
shake, Gaston Mosier hopes to find a little peace by getting himself hitched.
Maybe his new wife can help him feel human again.
Aimee Prentice is seeking a life far away from the trouble she left behind, and
becoming a mail-order bride is the only way out of a bad situation. So, when she
arrives in Dry Bayou to marry the mysterious man from the ad, she’s surprised to
find a man more handsome than she ever imagined. And more troubled.
Gaston only wanted to marry a quiet, simple woman, someone who could keep him
company and bear his children. He didn’t expect to find outspoken, startlingly
beautiful Aimee waiting for him at the stagecoach station.
What’s Gaston to do with a bride who riles him as no one ever has? What’s Aimee
to do about a groom who is more cold shoulder than warm welcome?
One seeks redemption, the other seeks protection, so what happens when trouble
finds them both?
Lynn Winchester is the pseudonym of a hardworking California-born
conservative, now living in the wilds of Northeast Pennsylvania. Lynn has been
writing fiction since the 5th grade, and enjoys creating worlds, characters, and
stories for her readers.
Lynn writes charming, romantic romance that focuses on
the growth of the relationship and the power of true love. Lynn's historical
western Dry Bayou Brides series is a highly acclaimed, bestselling sweet romance
series. Keep an eye out for her upcoming releases.
When Lynn isn't writing, she is running a successful editing business, reading
whatever she can get her hands on, raising her four children, making sure her
husband is happy, and binge watching shows on Netflix.