Lynda Wolters Lynda was born and raised in a tiny farming community of four hundred in northern Idaho, where she worked on the family farm. After high school, she traveled to New York to be a nanny for a few months before moving to Las Vegas to further her education. She moved back home to Idaho to raise her three sons while working in the legal field, a career that spanned over thirty years.

Watching her gay son navigate the LGBTQ+ community and the world in general, Lynda recognized a need to educate others—through a parent’s eye—on what LGBTQ+ people endure that others are immune or ignorant to simply because of gender identity or sexual orientation.

Lynda lives in Fort Collins, Colorado, with her husband and long-haired dachshund, Tucker “Bug,” where she spends her days writing and volunteering. Voices of LGBTQ+ is the second in the Voices Book Series, following the successful Voices of Cancer.

For more about Lynda’s personal cancer journey, visit www.lyndawolters.com.