Early life . . .
Lynne Schultz Gobioff grew up in a tiny town right outside of New York City called College Point, a unique dog-shaped peninsula that sits across from Manhattan with only 4 roads bringing you in and out of town. As a young girl Lynne started rescuing animals, picking up injured birds in the yard and nursing them back to health with her grandmother.
Education & Programs
Lynne graduated from Antioch University with her Bachelor's Degree in English Language and Literature. She then went on to study at the Vermont College of Fine Arts and graduated with her Master of Fine Arts in Children's Literature.
Lynne also takes part in the Writer's Guild, The Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCWBI), Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime.
Current Life & Ventures
Lynne started Harvest Moon Sanctuary as a space where rescued animals can live a happy and healthy life. She strives to help educate others on how they can help save endangered species and protect the planet.
Lynne's first picture book, Hazel's Hanukkah Miracle is a delightful story of love, hope, and miracles. Besides her picture book collection, she is currently working on a murder/mystery novel and a YA thriller. Lynne is represented by Rena Rossner at The Deborah Harris Agency.