Author: Carrie Lynn

Carrie Lynn is an avid reader and emerging writer living in Vancouver. Her first memoir, “Finding Fitzgerald,” is now available. When not reading or writing, she can be found coordinating Vancouver’s nonprofit Winter Hospitality Overflow (W.H.O.) or traveling with her family.

See how grit, courage, trust and a little luck brought international students to thrive in Southwest Washington.

Learn how families who experienced the unimaginable are using their grief to help others move forward.

Twelve years ago, my life was spinning out of control. Until I came across a book about meditation and determined to give it a try.

One local family desperately watches from another continent as their daughter fights COVID-19.

In a world based on superheroes, step into the role of a lifetime: be the best hang-out dad there is.

The heat of the attic overwhelmed me. Memories did, too. Tucked in plastic totes were myriad books we had read to our kids. Fun books like Dr. Seuss’s “Hop on Pop” or Eric Carle’s “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” mixed in with deeper stories