Reach Out


Good Morning~

How can you reach out to me?

I love hearing from my readers, writers, Christians, and artists.




Let me know you read one of my books or a blog article.

Leave a comment or a question.I will get back t you.

Tell me what you think.

Share a testimony of how God is working in YOUR LIFE.

Are you interested in working with me in some way?

Do you have an IDEA to share with me?




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Publications, Exhibition updates, Welcome Page, or Blog posts.

My Author’s Page: http://www.dldbookslcom/lyndalaambert

My books on Amazon:

Walking by Inner Vision: Stories & Poems:


Concerti: Psalms for the Pilgrimage:


Our truest life is when we are in our dreams – awake. Henry David Thoreau

Available NOW!

Walking by Inner Vision

Stories & Poems

by Lynda McKinney Lambert

DLD Books – 2017

Photo by Heidi Murrin Tribune Review.
Photo by Heidi Murrin  for The Tribune Review, Taken at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts,
January  2014:
winner of BEST OF SHOW in the Ellwood City Juried Arts Festival in 2015;   
Winner of First Place at the InSights 17 exhibition in Louisville,KY in October 2017. 


Good Morning from the Village of Wurtemburg, PA! 
I live and work  in this lovely  rural Pennsylvania village.
I enjoy walking my dogs along the woodland path overlooking the Connoquenessing Creek every day.

I retired from my teaching position (Professor of fine arts and humanities)  in 2008. Since then, I write and make mixed media fiber srt every day. The photo shows me with one of my award-winning pieces, “The Dragon’s Healing Breastplate.” My special passion is for making TALISMANS. 

I love gathering rocks and gemstones, and working with fine glass and crystal beads.

I love writing about the good things in our lives that keep us connected with our Creator.

Le t me know about who you are and what you live!

Let me know if you need me to pray for you, too!

Let’s keep in touch – leave me a comment, please.







Lynda McKinney Lambert, Author, Visual Artist


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