Lynda Wolters

The Voices Series - a series of sameness

“These books are designed to open your eyes to see that all people are the same

regardless of their differences.” ~ Lynda Wolters




“Your words have been a beacon of truth and light for me to ponder and to determine if my own path is the way I want to live. Thank you for taking me and so many others next to you on your journey. You really have touched my heart and helped light up my own path.” ~ R. Blake


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Lynda Wolters

Lynda was born and raised in a tiny farming community of 400 in northern Idaho. She worked on the family farm with her first job being picking rocks out of the fields. When she could “legally” drive, she moved up in the farming world to driving truck and combine during harvest. After high school she traveled to New York for a few months before moving to Las Vegas where she went on with her schooling..

She moved back home to Idaho to raise her three sons and continues to reside there with her husband and long-haired miniature dachshund, Tucker “Bug”.

Lynda works in a law firm in Boise and enjoys ballroom and swing dancing, horseback riding, kayaking and rafting the rivers of Idaho. She has a heart for people and enjoys regularly volunteering. She spends a bulk of her time at the family’s cabin where she writes with Bug on her lap.

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Lynda’s Cancer Journey

Lynda was diagnosed with stage 4 Mantle Cell Lymphoma (MCL) in August 2016. She was told the average life expectancy was 5 years with a 20 month average “remission” time if remission could be reached.

After commuting 3,600 miles round trip from Boise, Idaho to MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas for eight months, followed by four months of R Hyper-CVAD chemotherapy (which was in-patient), Lynda’s cancer is currently “dormant” (She chooses to use the word dormant as “remission” often gets confused with “cure”).

She continues her daytime job in a law firm while writing on her lunch hour, after work and on the weekends.


Read Comments from my Caring Bridge journal.


L. Crossley

You help me learn to get beyond the brain noise, clutter, and junk. To try to be present in the moment I find myself.

B. Hatch

You bring a reality to our lives and how precious life is.

S. Gross

Thank you for teaching us all how to process, lean in, and pull strength from the depths of our grievances into the hope of future Grace.

C. Blackhurst

After reading this, I am going to make more of an effort to reach out to people I don't know. The people I randomly meet throughout my day.



“Sharing your journey is a reminder to me of what is really important in life.”