At a young age, L. Bachman started creating stories and art. This form of expression led to becoming a published author with the stories; Maxwell Demon, Human Ouija, and Harvest. She has also been included in several anthologies. In 2016, her short story, The Painting of Martel, was included in the anthology Painted Mayhem. Following its release, she was included in the anthology, And the World Will Burn: A Dystopian Anthology, with her work “The Gaze of Destruction.” She was included in Crossroads in the Dark II: Urban Legends with a short story, “A Farmhouse Haunting.” Lynn also submitted and was accepted in Crossroads in the Dark III: Monsters Under Your Bed, with her short story, “Just Underneath.” Bachman first gained attention in the independent publishing community with her cover design of the collection entitled Murder, Mayhem, Monsters, and Mistletoe: An Anthology. This led to her working with several authors. Following her work on the anthology, she wrote The Blasphemer Series: Maxwell Demon in January 2015. It was nominated for Indie Book of 2016 by Metamorph Publishing, along with her best-selling short, “Human Ouija,” this story went on to win an award in 2017 from “Author’s Excellence Awards” as best horror story of the year. After the passing of her father in April 2016, she dedicated The Blasphemer Series: Harvest to him, dubbing him one of her biggest supporters, if not her biggest fan. In honor of him, she continues to do charitable work and supports active duty military personnel. Her submission to the anthology Painted Mayhem raised money for military personnel suffering and living with PTSD and she donates some of her works to “Authors Supporting Our Troops”, an annual event that sends copies of books to active duty military. Find L. Bachman on social media and the web under the same name.