Lynette Mong
Omnivoracious Editor
At the age of three, Lynette Mong was so moved by Harold and the Purple Crayon that she decided to improve upon her parents' freshly painted walls (crayon color of choice: chartreuse). Her bouts of scribbling have subsided in recent years, and her literary tastes have expanded to include narrative nonfiction, short stories, travel writing, the occasional cookbook, and fiction of all kinds.

Recent posts by Lynette

Author Emily Rubin Reviews "Pharmacology"

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Sarah Kay, Spoken Word Poet, Makes Her Print Debut

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The Ultimate Rock 'n' Roll Eye Candy: The Guitar Collection

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A Q&A with Laurel Saville, Author of "Unraveling Anne"

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Where Do Your Tax Dollars Go?

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J.A. Konrath and Blake Crouch Review Barry Eisler's "The Detachment"

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Jacqueline Novogratz Reviews Seth Godin's "We Are All Weird"

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Help End Malaria

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"Last Block" Around the Globe

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Amazon Exclusive: An Interview with Kristina Dunker

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An Interview with Al Pittampalli, Author of "Read This Before Our Next Meeting"

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A Q&A with Shaun Morey, Author of "Wahoo Rhapsody"

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A Q&A with James Polster, Author of "The Graduate Student"

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Tim Ferriss Reviews "Anything You Want," and More from Derek Sivers

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Amazon Exclusive: A Q&A with Rosamund Lupton

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