Thursday, November 23, 2017 | By: Lynny Prince

Ride it Out News!

I just received an email that my video Ride it Out - A Song for Slaughter-Bound Horses won the 2017 Equus Film Award for best music video short in New York this past weekend! (My husband just had surgery so we were unable to attend.) I am so excited! I will post the award when I receive it, along with photos, of course!

I am beyond thrilled that the video is impacting the world in this way -- that is why it was made!

Special thanks to Neta Rhyne at Thundering Hooves for inviting me to the first Thundering Hooves event back in 2012 where it all started. If it weren't for her and the ladies at Animals' Angels, I would not have ever written the song. Thank you, ladies!

The horse featured with actress Nina D'Miller is Laura Little Foot, owned by Joyce, Fred and Katie Elsler. The actor portraying Nina's father is Fred Elsler. We could not have made this video without them. THANK YOU ALL!
We recently lost Laura due to an illness. May she rest in peace in Horse Heaven forever <3

The horse on the cover is Socks, owned by 
Cheif Arvol Looking Horse of Green Grass, South Dakota. 

Happy Holidays!

Hello friends of the blog!

Just a short note to wish you all a wonderful holiday season!

I will spend the winter writing and attempt to finish these two books I have started.

What are your winter plans? Leave a comment! I love reading your posts!

Til next time,
Lynny Prince

Saturday, July 29, 2017 | By: Lynny Prince

Summer News!

Hi everyone! I hope your summer is going great so far!

I have been very busy and just returned from a two week trip to Texas, where we took part in filming a documentary called "Shattering Sacred Ground",  a very important story about how fracking is destroying West Texas and the beautiful natural springs there. I encourage each and every one of you to visit the website to learn more about this incredibly important film.

Fracking is affecting us all in this country, no matter where you live, I promise you there is something going on in your state. Fracking, gas pipelines, oil pipelines, it is happening all over this country. Notices are placed in the newspaper for permits these companies file for, so I encourage you to look in your local paper to see what is being done in your state.

Another important story we were a  part of is "Their Last Ride", a documentary that tells the story of the horses that pass down Hwy. 17 on their last ride to slaughter plants in Mexico. I am thrilled to tell you that a song I wrote will be featured in this film, and I am very excited about that! Please visit that site to check out this important film.

We had a great time while there in Texas, and as it turns out a musician friend of mine was two hours away from us and came down to participate in the documentaries. Our "Drumming for Awareness" (I coined that phrase lol)  was a hit and two more drummers showed up to drum in the desert, as well!
All in all, it was an incredible trip and we were thrilled to be a part of it all!

Hope your summer is going's almost over already and you know what that's almost time for HALLOWEEN!

Til next time, enjoy the rest of your summer!

Peace and love!

Get my book Talking to Ghosts here! 
Saturday, July 08, 2017 | By: Lynny Prince

Happy Summer!

Hello again everybody!
I hope you are enjoying your summer so far! We are super busy, but I wanted to pop in to give a brief run down on how the writing is going. 

This past week, I have been working fast and furiously on the second book in the Ghostkiller Trilogy. Scattered Leaves: Beyond the Legend is getting closer to completion at last! I am simultaneously writing the third installment so it won't be such a long wait for the last one. 

I am also working on A Hollywood Haunting, the story about the ghost of Marilyn Monroe. It is an exciting story and I am really having fun with it. It may end up being a novella instead of a full-length novel, but you'll enjoy it, either way, I think! I also might create a new series out of this, as the character Shailmar Capri seems to run into ghosts with unfinished business everywhere she goes! We shall see about the series, though! 

So, that's all for now. If you are interested in any of my books, feel free to click the pic below to check them out or go to my website to learn more about me and what I write. 

Enjoy your summer! 

Tuesday, May 02, 2017 | By: Lynny Prince


Hello relatives, I almost forgot to mention something super exciting that's happening this week! 

Two of my books are FREE this week! That's right! Celebrating Derby week always means free books from me! 

Scattered Leaves The Legend of Ghostkiller just hit #1 in Time Travel on Amazon! This is the book the is being adapted to a film titled "Ghostkiller." 

Talking to Ghosts is #1 in the Occult category!! This book includes PHOTOS of some of the ghosts I've caught on camera. I am STOKED!! 

Go get them while they're free! FREE GIVEAWAYS are always in style haha! ENJOY! FREE offer ends on Friday, May 5th! Enjoy your Derby week however you spend it! 

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 | By: Lynny Prince

Derby Time and the eBooks are FREE, FREE, FREE!!

Hello reader relatives!

Derby is almost here, and in my town, that means a huge crowd of beautiful people will be coming to my town to see the greatest two minutes in sports! It is such a happy time around here - great food, great music, huge parties, celebrities, it's all here, like a mini Hollywood gala!

While all that is super exciting, I have never been to Churchill Downs during the Derby LOL.  In fact, I've only been to the track to film movies or go to the museum with my grandkids. I stopped going near the place after Central Avenue was cancelled.

What is Central Avenue, you ask? Only the greatest block party you never heard of!! (unless you're local)

You see, there used to be an unpublicized event on Derby Eve that never really had an official name. We would just ask each other "Are you going to Central Avenue?"

Back in the day, before Central Avenue was the huge 4 lane road it is now, long before that whole area was reconstructed, Central Avenue was just a small two-lane street lined with houses. (with the exception of the part of the block where the track sits.) Every Derby Eve, Central Avenue turned into a street party. The road was blocked, everyone dressed up, it was BYOB, and everyone had a great time. The cops never bothered anyone. They patrolled the street, walking in groups, chatting with folks. People pulled wagons filled with beer or kegs, openly smoked joints, laughed, sang on street corners, we had FUN even without doing any drinking or smoking. It was a reunion type of could run into people you had not seen is years there. (Which could be good or bad depending on your circumstances LOL)

Soon, vendors began to set up every year, so you could go and buy the usual junk food and trinkets: hotdogs, funnel cakes, blow up horses, neon necklaces, derby balloons; it was a family friendly event until after dark, then the party-ers really came out in droves but even then, there weren't many incidents there. An occasional drunk would get out of hand and have to be taken to the tank, but otherwise, it was just a lot of fun. I remember towards the end of Central Avenue's reign, there was a stabbing late one night. The person lived but it really put a damper on the unofficial event. After that, it seemed things started to go downhill. Then the whole area was under construction and before we knew it, Central Avenue block party was a thing of the past.

Ah, memories! All this aside, I still get excited about Derby. It is still a great time in my town. There are still places to get great outdoor food, hear great music, and have a wonderful time. Out of towners always have great things to say about their experiences here. I'm playing a Derby party this year myself (with my band Dirty Dollz and the Tyrants) On top of that, I am super excited to be having a giveaway coming up Derby week; Beginning May 1, I am giving away TWO eBooks!

Giveaway! Giveaway! 

For 5 full days, you will be able to get Scattered Leaves: The Legend of Ghostkiller and Talking to Ghosts for FREE! 
Scattered Leaves is the first in the Ghostkiller Trilogy series. Books II and III are being written now for a future release.

Talking to Ghosts is filled with my experiences with the supernatural with PICTURES of ghosts I've personally captured on film. I cannot WAIT for you to see those photos and get your reaction!!

If you would like to be notified when they become free, just sign up on my mailing list or follow me on Facebook. I never spam and only send out around 6 newsletters a year. Sign up today and be ready for the great spring reading!

I hope you all have a great Derby week no matter how you celebrate it! For me, it's back to writing!

Til next time,
<3 LP <3
Thursday, April 06, 2017 | By: Lynny Prince

Free promotion coming up!

Hello friends,

Well, it's been a busy spring break! I didn't get anything done that I wanted to do, but have moved forward with the books I'm working on in some respects!

For one, I am having a HUGE giveaway really soon! April 17 - 20 will be giveaway week! For 5 days, Scattered Leaves: The Legend of Ghostkiller and Talking to Ghosts will be FREE for all ereaders! Kindle, Nook, iPad, Tablet, whatever you have you will be able to download them BOTH.

I am doing this as a part of a promotion in preparation of the two sequels I am working on.
Both Talking to Ghosts and Scattered Leaves: The Legend of Ghostkiller have sequels.

Scattered Leaves: Beyond the Legend has been in the works for 9 long years. It's been a long process because I wasn't sure how I wanted to story to end. I wasn't sure what they really accomplished, what they still had to do or why. I've been working on a lot of things to flesh out the characters, too. I've learned a lot since the first release in 2008! Plus, the movie adaptation took a couple of years to complete. All in good time, though....

Talking to Ghosts II is another book of TRUE stories guaranteed to leave the hairs on the back of your neck standing on end!

This book will include stories from other family members who have experienced things that go bump in the night. Fun times LOL!

From scary clowns my kids saw in our house, to floating apparitions making pictures fall off the walls, this book has it all.

I hope you're ready!

Meantime, get these first two versions while they are FREE by signing up on my mailing list to be notified when it starts!

Can't wait for you to read them!

(Do you need a mailing list of your own? Create your own mailing list FREE! Click here!)
Sunday, April 02, 2017 | By: Lynny Prince

Spring Break~ what to do? Day Zero

Sooooooooo it's spring break! What are your plans?

I just waved goodbye to 4 of my grandkids who are off on an adventure of their own. I know I will worry the entire time they are gone, but I do plan to keep busy.


You see, we are a two family household, so the hours I could spend writing are few and far between.
Between our camp at Standing Rock October - January, writing music, and running our organization, I hardly have time to breathe. But I wouldn't change a thing about my life!

Currently, my husband and I are trying to paint our bedroom. (I say trying because we are both laid up with back issues) What started it all was an old heater in the bedroom closet we wanted to get rid of. We removed the closet and heater selling the heater for scrap. What a difference it made in the room!

What's cool is that inside that closet was an old chimney that was exposed once the closet was gone. After a lot of scraping and scrubbing the walls, it's ready for the next phase. We are getting creative on a $0 budget - my fav way to get creative - the possibilities are limited only by my imagination!

This isn't a big project, and we have a lot of leftover paint from other projects. We also wanna be sure to fung shui it just right LOL

Top left: Closet door was to immediate left when walking into the room. (white doorframe)
Above: Closet wall with vent covered up. (see Matt peeking around the corner on the right heehee)
We covered the vent when we first moved in to prevent drafts.
This closet held the old kerosene whole-house heater that had not been used in probably 30 years.

This is how it looks after it was all taken out. (After a bit of scrubbing. It was really black with soot)

Here it is after painting the chimney white and scrubbing the walls and ceiling down. (old soot would NOT come off)

I left some of the old brick and the different colors exposed - I love the look.

I am anxious to get the room done and put back together. We can't move any furniture out of the room (because of our backs), but are scooting stuff around. Might be a slower way of doing things but that's okay! The hole in the middle of the chimney will be covered up with something...not sure what yet. A hand drum, painted moon? Any ideas you might have, leave a comment!

Our plan is to create a wall of wood slats around the chimney like this one. If it happens.... I'm ready to just paint it all and be done at this point lol

The wood we have is not different colors like this is all gray, but I am thinking of dry brushing it with light colors to brighten up the room. We have those long, skinny windows that do not allow much light in. I long to just tear a wall out of this old place and replace it with all glass!

Look for more pics soon!

So, between this and the week of writing I have planned, I hope to have a manuscript to send off to my editor by weeks end. Wish me luck! I always have 10 projects going at once....haha!

If you have ever done one of these wood walls, please leave me a comment with details or a photo - I'd love to see it!

I'll post any progress we make in the next week here, so stay tuned!

Love, peace and frybread grease!
Thursday, March 23, 2017 | By: Lynny Prince

Posting From my Phone

I'm headed to the gym, yes, I really am going there lol
But I wanted to put some info on here regarding my books. Since I've switched over to this blog, I've noticed my book links are not here, so I'll have to fix that when I get home later today. Meanwhile, here's a link where you can find all my books in one place. Sucks doing this from my phone, but I am doing a good thing by going to the gym! lol

Click here!

Talk soon!
Tuesday, March 21, 2017 | By: Lynny Prince

Turmeric Video Found!

So I finally found the video that I was talking about for the turmeric milk. It is fantastic and I'm already seeing a difference in how I feel. I have not used it every single night, either. Also, I used vanilla almond milk when I made it the second night and it was sooooooooo delish! I recommend it to everyone who is avoiding dairy!

Here is the link: Golden "Turmeric" Milk

Please comment and let me know how you like it or how you made it better!

Monday, March 20, 2017 | By: Lynny Prince

Good Morning March 20!

Good morning relatives,

So I guess I upset some people with my Facebook post yesterday. I feel sure that I have the right to express myself on my own page, don't you? Anyway, I'm not going to fret over it. If people cannot accept me for me then they don't have to at all, right? Which brings me to my post for today.....


Everyone is looking for the love of their life, at least that's what I hear. The big mystery is not so big when you look in the mirror. Who could possibly give you more than you could give yourself?

Who is the love of your life? YOU ARE. Why? Because you are the only person you can count on. No one else will be as true as you will. Especially to yourself.

We are all living our dream. Living in our own world. We are all the star of our own show. Don't expect people to think like you, like what you like, love like you love etc. They are too wrapped up in themselves, as you should be. Not to say that you should be self-centered and self-serving, but you do need to take care of yourself and have self-love. Being the love of your life is all about loving yourself enough to take care of yourself, to stand up for what you believe in, to be all you can be for YOU. Only then can you be all you can be for others.

Take heart, relatives! We all are on the same path. Getting there through a loving, caring, healthy sense of self, makes it all the more easy to navigate this crazy world! BE THE LOVE OF YOUR OWN LIFE! 
Tuesday, March 07, 2017 | By: Lynny Prince

Turmeric Milk - My Experience

So, last night I made turmeric milk for the first time. Before I post the recipe, let me just go over a few things.

I am trying to find a solution for the inflammation in my body, a miracle to get rid of Hashimoto's thyroiditis, the miracle to help me lose weight and regrow hair, too. Not asking for much, am I?  LOL

I am going to try this for about a week to see how I feel. I'll keep you all posted.

The recipe I used is off of a video I can't find now. I will post it when I do find it, and I will. The history tag went missing off my browser bar, so I have to figure out how to find it again. Chrome. UGH.

Anyway, here is the recipe I used. It smelled and tasted like french toast milk to me, and I couldn't hardly taste the coconut at all. Here is the recipe with photos of the exact ingredients I used, too.

This starts with making a paste that you can save in the fridge so you can make more "Golden Milk."

To make the paste:
Stir 1/2 c water and 1/4 c turmeric in saucepan. Cook 10 min adding a little water if needed, to keep it pasty. Remove from heat, let cool, and store in jar in fridge for up to to weeks.

For the milk:
Black peppercorns
Put 2 cups of organic coconut milk, (I used one 13 oz. can of Simple Truth Organic from Kroger), 1 tsp of our turmeric paste we just made, 1 tsp chopped ginger, (I had to use powdered because my fresh ginger went missing from the freezer)  1/2 tsp cinnamon, 1 tsp coconut oil, 4 to 6 black pepper corns, & Stevia to taste (about 1/2 tsp.) The coconut oil (fat) and the peppercorns are vital for absorption of the turmeric and releasing the healing properties of it.
Cinnamon and ginger powder

Stir and simmer on low for 10 min. Strain. Sprinkle with nutmeg and drink before bed. I thought it tasted like french toast milk! LOL

I drank a little more than 1/2 a cup, then a added the rest of what was in the pan to my cup, and placed it in the fridge for the next night. I didn't want to overdo it my first time just in case I had some sort of reaction. I have read that too much turmeric can make you have nausea, diarreah, and a few more unpleasant side effecst. You will probably want to look that up youself before making this milk.

I started to get sleepy about an hour or so in...maybe less. I slept good, although I am still trying to get used to the sleep apnea machine, too, so....things are a bit rough for me right now!

If you make this milk, please post if you liked it and if it helped you!

Remember, I am working on a store that features all the things I am using to get healthy; books, supplements, food, and I'll be posting recipes here, too. I got a great one from Cook Yourself Thin that I made and it was FAB! A chocolate/oatmeal/peanut butter bar that is just incredible. I post it soon. Meanwhile, take a look at my store!

As always, use this at your own risk! This is not a substitute for a doctor visit or as medical advice! (gotta post that for the internet police lol)

Til next time,
Tuesday, February 28, 2017 | By: Lynny Prince

Dear Diary...I'm so tired of feeling bad!

Today's entry is about my battle with getting healthy, repairing gut damage, dealing with GERD and vitamin/mineral deficiencies. 

I am working really hard on getting well and dealing with this Hashimoto's thyroiditis issue is a huge part of it. Can't lose weight, hair falling out, reflux issues, digestive problems, most of us are dealing with at least some of this. I have read this book, and refer to it ALL the time. It has helped me more than anything else in terms of information and Hashimotos! 

One of the things I have found to be a huge issue is magnesium deficiency. A lack of magnesium can exacerbate GERD and acid reflux. Why? Because Gerd is an alkaline wash issue. A body under stress can not produce HCl acid because under stress we lose Zinc, B-Vitamins & Magnesium — all needed to make stomach acid. And this acid is also critical to activating all the digestive enzymes in the small intestine which are dependent on magnesium for creation. Lord knows, we all have had our share of stress these past few months! 

What's worse is that if you are taking prescriptions for acid reflux, or anything similar to kill what stomach acid you do have in your gut, it is making the reflux way worse. Plus, modern Rx meds for this are very destructive and have black box warnings about how they deplete the body of magnesium! 

So while trying to make ourselves better, we are making things worse by taking these prescriptions our doctors so readily hand out! 

Our grandparents and great-grandparents used Milk of Magnesia to solve their occasional stomach issues by providing added magnesium, which they knew they needed! They also used good old fashioned baking soda in a little water to help with heartburn or bloating. I use this myself quite often. About 1/2 teaspoon in a cup of water does the trick!

When I was on Zantac last year, I started having PVC's. (premature ventricular contractions) That is where your heart feels like it is beating an extra beat or skipping a beat. It sucks. Come to find out, the Zantac was depleting my body of magnesium! Plus, I am on lisinopril everyday which also depletes mag and potassium! 

Once I got rid of the Zantac, the PVC's stopped -- but they came back. Why? Whenever I ate spicy food (goodbye Mexican favorites)  or anything with MSG, I have them. I do have a weapon against them that I have found works wonders, though. It is OX BILE. This is for people with no gallbladder (mostly) and it is exactly what it sounds like. 

When you have no gallbladder, bile just drips into your small intestine instead of being squeezed out when needed by the gallbladder. This is horrible when you eat a high-fat meal because you end up feeling miserable with bloat, heartburn etc. OX BILE helps me with that and it came with the bonus: it completely got rid of the PVC's for me. 

This is the OX BILE I take, along with other things I am taking and doing to get healthy. I don't take it every day, only when I eat a high-fat meal or feel the PVC's coming on. 

There are several things I am taking to help in my road to good health. At 54, I really have to look hard at my diet and health habits. And I am, believe me. This link will take you to my store where I am keeping track of all the things I take, the books that are helping me, etc. I have to pay bills, so I opened the store to help with that. Just putting it out there in case you are curious (Yes, I make a little off of the things you buy from my store, but it's more about helping others than making money for me.) 

I am not telling you to take any of these things, and my advice is not intended to be used in any way for a medical condition. This is just my personal findings and what I have done for myself that seems to be working. I really think that gut issues are what are making us all so sick! 

I will post more about this journey in the near future. I am just now figuring out what is wrong and how to fix it. Slow and steady wins the race! 

Til next time-- YOU ARE LOVED!
Tuesday, February 21, 2017 | By: Lynny Prince
New Year = New Books, and I am dusting off all the manuscripts this week.

I am working on the second book in the 
In this book, survivors send in their letters and they are printed as is. Raw and unedited. This is a huge undertaking and one that is very near and dear to my heart. 

As a survivor myself, I know the turmoil that is caused by an abuser. This is why I encourage you to write a letter, even it is only to throw out or burn later. I can't tell you how many letters I receive from others who have written a letter and are relieved for doing so. If you feel moved to do so, do it. Let it out and let it go. 

All letters are anonymous and are deleted from my system after they go to print. NO NAMES are used in the book to protect the privacy of the writers. If you would like to submit a letter, you may send it to

Other manuscripts I am dusting off are Scattered Leaves: Beyond the Legend and A Hollywood Haunting. 

Scattered Leaves: Beyond the Legend follows time travelers through history, changing historical events in favor of Native Americans. This is part of the Ghostkiller Trilogy and the second book in the series concerns the Cherokee Trail of Tears. 

A Hollywood Haunting has a huge following already with those who love a good murder/mystery mixed with the paranormal. Throw in famous actress Marilyn Monroe and it looks something like this: 

In 1962, Marilyn Monroe died among speculations of suicide, but was it?
In the year leading up to her death, she kept a diary full of names, dates, places and details, all lost - until now.
Some 50 years later, a young Hollywood event planner discovers the diary amidst renovations in Grauman's Chinese theater. Marilyn's restless spirit begins to haunt Shalimar Capri, who discovers secrets in the diary that could bring corrupt and powerful men to justice. But at what cost?
Shalimar soon realizes that there are those still alive who will stop at nothing to keep the secrets the diary holds locked away forever - even murder.

Intrigued? All these books have their own Facebook pages so feel free to like and share them with your book lover friends! 

I have a landing page on Amazon for all my books that you can check out here> Lynny Prince.

Thanks for looking! Have a fantabulous day! YOU ARE LOVED!


Friday, February 17, 2017 | By: Lynny Prince

Welcome to my new webpage!

Hello relatives, and welcome to my new website! Well, it's the old blog with a new domain name. I have done away with the old author website and am keeping everything in one place. This blog is my new home on the web! I'm glad you're here. :)

I plan to link all my FB pages here so they are all in one place, too. This is going to make things a lot easier for me to keep up with. I had a website, a blog, and two FB pages, plus each book has it's own FB page, CRAZY!

I am going to link it all here so it's easier for both of us to find LOL

Here is a link to my author Facebook page for starters. A lot of people are friends on my personal page, and don't even know I have an author page! Please go and click the like button if you don't mind, and look for more posts, more often, from yours truly on all pages.

I hope your New Year is going well so far. Mine has been hellish with sickness, but we are all well now. Here's to a new you (and me) in the new year!

Have a great weekend everyone!

Wednesday, January 25, 2017 | By: Lynny Prince
Don't be afraid
To shed a tear
A tear does not resemble fear
To me, a tear is falling for
A reason I cannot ignore
My eyes are shedding visions lost
Pictures they must forget and toss
Away with no regrets
Pictures I must forget
Of land and sea of blue and green
Traded for a paper bill
Like a crucifix on capitol hill
Sacrificed and is now gone
Mother Nature will now break that bond
So cry if you must, I'm crying right now
For the things we lost and the reasons how
A new world is emerging
A new birth that shakes with yearning
When a mother rejects what is not good
She'll terrorize the neighborhood
To protect the innocent and young
And her wrath can never be undone
So take heart, my fellow water protectors
There are factions at work beyond our control
But the spiritual realm is the real collectors
And will one day come to collect their toll.
©2017 Lynny Prince
Wednesday, January 11, 2017 | By: Lynny Prince

Happy New Year!

Hello blogger friends and Happy New Year! 

Can you believe it's 2017 already? This is the year to breathe easy, to concentrate on self-care, and call your spirit home. I will bring you many ways to do that this year and lots of freebies, too.
I can't wait to share with you all I have learned in this past year!

Speaking of this past year, I had a few book contests that were really fun to do, and I plan to have more this year. Stay tuned for those details soon.

On Facebook? Find me here and here and don't forget to sign up for my newsletter that keeps you up to date on all my adventures. Also, check out my bookstore to see what I'm writing and recommending.

I'm so looking forward to 2017 and I hope you are, too!

Til next time!