Lynda teaches English and creative writing in a further education college. She has a 1st class hons BA in creative and professional writing and an MPhil in writing. She is coming to the end of her PhD in the same subject and her novel Lena In The dark is part of her PhD submission. She runs writing groups Caerphilly Scribes and Little Writers Inc.
Her published work includes a short story collection (Not As Pointless As You Think – paperback and audio book), a collection of poetry (Ashes Of A Valleys Childhood), the picture book Danny Down The Drainpipe, and High School Zombies (Kindle). Her work has featured in anthologies such as Exposure (Cinnamon Press), Bugged, Welsh Women: Inspiring Tales from Cymru (Kindle) and The Dance Is New.
Lynda is a member of The National Association Of Writers In Education, she has her own website (www.lyndanash.co.uk) and her profile is on several websites (CUT, Mulfran Press, Amazon, Candy Jar Books, Literature Wales…). She is a regular reviewer for Cardiff’s entertainment magazine, Buzz.