C.L. Lynch is an award-winning author and socially awkward autist living in Vancouver, B.C. with one husband, two children, several fuzzy animals, and uncountable unwashed dishes. She enjoys smashing tropes and hiding from adult responsibilities.
You may know her from her writing on NeuroClastic, or from her neurodivergent, feminist rewrite of Twilight.
School Library Journal:
"Not your run-of-the-mill zombie book, this story has heart."
Whistler Independent Book Awards:
"This was a rollicking good read, slickly paced and sassily written. Fans of the genre will only put it down to pick up the sequel."
"Lynch's work is overflowing with wit...[Chemistry] challenges ideas about femininity and teenage love."