The Amazon Trail

The Amazon Trail: Standing On My Own Two Feet

The Amazon Trail: Standing On My Own Two Feet

In this month's Amazon Trail, Lee Lynch talks about the way that, as she's found a balance in life, her ability to keep her balance while walking around has begun to diminish. Since childhood, I have been looking forward to growing old enough to know pretty much which...

The Amazon Trail: Notes From A Homebody

The Amazon Trail: Notes From A Homebody

In this month's Amazon Trail, Lee Lynch talks about the end of quarantine, the fear of being around people again, and supporting local businesses in their time of need. It’s finally here. The end of total lockdown. Am I ready? Absolutely not. I like my burrow. I don’t...

The Amazon Trail: How To Write A Book

The Amazon Trail: How To Write A Book

In this month's Amazon Trail, Lee Lynch takes us through the 15-year process of creating her new novel, encompassing everything from a cross-country love affair to a multigenerational LGBTQ chosen family. I’m not giving away any secrets here. Not saying it’s simple or...

The Amazon Trail: Old Stuff

The Amazon Trail: Old Stuff

In this month's Amazon Trail, Lee Lynch celebrates the joy of collecting all kinds of random objects, regardless of whether anyone else sees them as "collector's items." I spend too much time and space collecting die-cast toy vehicles, especially Matchbox, a few...

The Amazon Trail: COVID-19 Pioneer

The Amazon Trail: COVID-19 Pioneer

In this month's Amazon Trail, Lee Lynch recounts her experience getting her first of two COVID vaccines, and recalls her childhood experience of receiving an experimental dose of Dr. Jonas Salk's polio vaccine. Now that President Biden and Vice President Harris are in...




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