In an effort to draw attention to quality self-published literature and in agreement with BlueInk Review, NSR highlights reviews published on BIR’s site each week, including a wide variety of fiction and nonfiction. This week’s pick:
A native of Harlem, New York, Kristian Lynch spent the first years of his career as an attorney. His desire to live a fulfilling life led him to quit the legal profession and attend the Rutgers University School of Social Work where he received his Master’s degree. With a focus on individual and group therapy, he has worked in both Christian and secular non-profit agencies in New Jersey. He works with adolescents, adults and families, and has developed a unique approach to helping his clients discover how to identify, face and heal their wounds by relying upon the transformative power of God’s love and acceptance. Kristian is a graduate of Brown University, Fordham University School of Law and Rutgers University School of Social Work.
BlueInk Review was founded by Patti Thorn, former books editor of the Rocky Mountain News, and Patricia Moosbrugger, literary agent and subsidiary rights specialist. It offers serious, unbiased reviews of self-published books. Reviews are penned largely by writers drawn from major mainstream publications, such as The New York Times and Washington Post, and editors of respected traditional publishing houses. Select reviews appear in Booklist magazine.