I enjoy meeting new people and speaking about writing, research, and many other topics. My appearances have been rare during a time of family need, but I am anticipating getting out and visiting with more of you in the near future. See “Ask Lynette to be a Guest” below.
I have a history of attending many science fiction and writing conventions. Unfortunately, as a caregiver I had to cut way down on my appearances anywhere and everywhere. Now of course, there’s the pandemic that limits my attendance.
ConQuest – Kansas City
ConQuest is a science fiction and fantasy convention held in Kansas City, Missouri on Memorial Day weekend each year. I will make an extended appearance at ConQuest 53 Memorial Day weekend 2022.
Mysterious Goings On (MGO) is a podcast hosted by Kansas City area resident, J. Alexander Greenwood. We follow each other on Twitter. I am honored to have been a guest on his show twice. We talked most recently on May 12, 2022.
Listen to the May 12, 2022 episode where I discuss finishing my novel, If I Should Die, during a time of personal loss and using real-life settings in fiction.
Don’t forget to listen to my first appearance on MGO in 2020 where I discuss learning to shoot like a sniper for a novel I’m working on.
J. Alexander Greenwood is an award-winning writer, public relations consultant, podcaster, speaker, and former journalist and broadcasting executive. He is best known as the author of the John Pilate Mysteries and host/producer of the Mysterious Goings On podcast and the PR After Hours podcast. Mysterious Goings On was named an Apple Podcasts “New & Noteworthy” show in 2016 and was a 2019 People’s Choice Podcast Awards nominee. Alex has recorded hundreds of hours of podcasts and made numerous appearances on TV, radio, podcasts, webinars, and conferences. He is the author of the Amazon Top-Selling eBook, The Podcast Option.
Appearances on Other Blogs
Claire Buss hosted me for an interview in March of 2019 on her website, But I Don’t Like Salad. I like her domain name, don’t you? Having been a published author for a mere seven months, was my first guest appearance. Thank you, Claire!
Jan S. Gephardt has been a friend of mine for many years. You could say we were baby writers together. She had an idea that we could write a twinned interview. We posted it on the same day in September 2021 on each of our sites. See it on Jan’s website.
It was not only fun to do, readers thought it was a fun and interesting post.
Jan S. Gephardt commutes daily between her Kansas City-area home and two other universes: the sunny balcony in the Wizards’ Village where she makes her paper sculpture, and a habitat space station the size of New York City, far from Earth and several hundred years in the future, where she writes science fiction novels about a sapient police dog.
Appearances on YouTube
I have the first six chapters of the first draft of If I Should Die recorded. I hope to do a variety of recordings to share with you. Here’s the first one:
Ask Lynette to be a Guest
Email me at lynette at lynettemburrows.com with a date and time at least several months in advance of the appearance. Include any particular topics you’d like me to discuss, any stipend or costs (such as membership or hotel rooms), and any precautions your organization is taking in regard to the pandemic. I will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you!