Lynda Mack grew up in the Carver Terrace section of Washington DC, with her parents and brother.
Her writing pursuit began in elementary school where she wrote and directed a play about the arrival of a new student for her English class. Her mother supplied programs for the occasion.
In high school her writing turned toward poetry and she was introduced to journal writing. Poetry writing continued into adulthood and she produced a book called 'Gypsy Butterfly'.
In March of 1979 Ms. Mack joined the Metropolitan Police Department, Washington DC, retiring in July of 2000. She is currently an insurance inspector.
Ms. Mack is a single mother of a son in college who is studying Culinary Arts. He aspires to open his own restaurant. She has a brother and a sister-in-law who reside in Waldorf Maryland.
The author has been a member of Peoples Congregational United Church of Christ since 1989, and currently serves as a member of the Board of Christian Social Action. She is also a member of the Shaw Community Ministry Board, Washington DC. Ms. Mack graduated from Nyack College in 2007, receiving a Master of Science degree in Organizational Leadership.
She now resides in Hyattsville Maryland.