Having studied both journalism and academic writing at university, Lynette Noni completed a degree in human behaviour before venturing into the world of fiction. She is the author of the bestselling YA fantasy series, The Medoran Chronicles, as well as a second YA series (the first book entitled Whisper) due for release internationally in 2018.
A regular panelist at national and local events, Lynette has featured at Sydney Writers’ Festival, Emerging Writers’ Festival (as part of the National Writers’ Conference), Supanova Pop Culture Exhibition, GenreCon, the National Young Writers’ Festival, Bellingen Readers and Writers Festival, Voices on the Coast, and the Australian National Speculative Fiction Convention.
Lynette’s engaging author talks and writing workshops make her a sought after presenter for schools, both local and interstate, and for National Youth Week activities. She also presented the 2016 Inter-School Readers’ Cup for the Sunshine Coast region (on behalf of the Children’s Book Council of Australia).
Lynette was one of two YA authors featured on the inaugural ABC Radio #OzYA broadcast in early 2016.
Who doesn't love a good book? Here are some of my favourites that will hopefully soon become your favourites too!Read more
Lynette Noni's new trilogy with the first book being published 30th March, 2021.Read more
One of my favourite authors Lynette Noni (The Medoran Chronicles and Whisper Duology), shared her top 10 writing tips.Read more
My review of Akarane, book 1 in the Medoran Chronicles by Australian author Lynette Noni.Read more
Right!! yayay first blog for this one! So this is my ramble about Akarnae so I'll do a non spoiler section then a spoiler section pls pls pls DONT spoil it for you self if you think you might like to read it!Read more
Here are 5 books I wish were movies or TV shows, and trust me there were way more than 5 before I had to narrow them down by like 20 !!!Read more
They call me “Jane Doe.” They say it’s because I won’t tell them my real name, that they were forced to allocate me a generic ID. The name is ironic, since there’s nothing generic about me. But they don’t know that. They could have given me any name, but there’s a reason they chose “Jane Doe.” I hear the whispers. They think of me as little more than an unidentifiable, breathing corpse. That’s how they treat me. They prod, they poke, they badger and tweak. All of them want to coax a response from me. But their efforts are in vain.Read more