Lynn Grubb is an American author, paralegal, closed-era adoptee, kinship adoptive parent and activist.  She graduated from Wright State University and The American Institute of Paralegal Studies. Although born and adopted in the Chicago, Illinois area, Lynn and her adoptive family settled in Centerville, Ohio - a suburb of Dayton, Ohio, where Lynn spent her childhood reading Nancy Drew mysteries, swimming, playing soccer and participating in the Dayton Philharmonic Youth Orchestra.  

Lynn is married to Mark and has two kids, two dogs, two cats and a pet ferret.  She is employed by the family's legal process serving business in Dayton, Ohio.  She is active in adoptee rights and was formally a Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA/GAL) for youth in her community.  

At midlife, Lynn embarked on a search for her roots and over 14 years found her birth mother and birth father, who was a recent immigrant from Peru.  When not writing, she enjoys anything related to music (country music is her favorite!).  

She writes from a perspective of her many roles: adult adoptee, adoptive parent, step-parent, biological parent and child advocate.  Lynn also blogs at Lost Daughters.


Popular posts from this blog

Narcissism and Adoption -- Very Likely Bedfellows

Common Traits of Adoptees

When Your Adoption Reunion Goes Bust (Hold on to the Good)