In the immaterial depths lies a layer of darkness. In this absence of light, voices bellow. Crying out their stories and begging for acknowledgment of someone… anyone. For some, they have been given a breath of life over the years, for others they’re just now being released. For the first time, they have been gathered in an ensemble.

Written by Lynn Lesher under her penname L. Bachman, the award-winning author invites you to delight in tales of magic, macabre, and dreadfulness. Whether it is the story of a sorrowful lover reaching into the unknown toward their deceased loved one, or even the story of alien abductee experiencing trauma and Men in Black you should be able to find something in this multi-genre collection you enjoy.

Stories Included
Just Underneath
A Farmhouse Haunting
The Gaze of Destruction
The Owls
Human Ouija
The Painting of Martel
A Man Named Sowder
and more.

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Synopsis:

This is not a normal poetry book. It is an exorcism of the soul. A poet will write about the highs and lows of their life in excruciating beautiful ways. Wrapping their pain with a ribbon to either be kept as a secret or presented. L. Bachman has gathered some of her most emotionally raw verses selected from a nineteen-year period of her life and is the first volume of complete non-fiction to date.

With bruised white knuckles, created by a humbled self-diagnosed battered and broken being on the road to healing and coping from a painful childhood. This is a display of work created to express personal struggles and surviving through periods of insomnia, moments of love, depression, anxiety, and healing. 

Cover to cover you will read the inner workings of a reclusive introvert that has spent her lifetime trying to answer her own questions about who she is, what part she plays in life, and trying to heal from things she couldn’t. You will see into the mind of the woman known as L. Bachman through over thirty poems left up to the reader to interpret with an introduction by author KJ. Taylor.

This book is only in English and currently not translated into any other languages.

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Paperback coming soon!

Synopsis:

This is not a normal poetry book. It is an exorcism of the soul. A poet will write about the highs and lows of their life in excruciating beautiful ways. Wrapping their pain with a ribbon to either be kept as a secret or presented. L. Bachman has gathered some of her most emotionally raw verses selected from a nineteen-year period of her life and is the first volume of complete non-fiction to date.

With bruised white knuckles, created by a humbled self-diagnosed battered and broken being on the road to healing and coping from a painful childhood. This is a display of work created to express personal struggles and surviving through periods of insomnia, moments of love, depression, anxiety, and healing. 

Cover to cover you will read the inner workings of a reclusive introvert that has spent her lifetime trying to answer her own questions about who she is, what part she plays in life, and trying to heal from things she couldn’t. You will see into the mind of the woman known as L. Bachman through over thirty poems left up to the reader to interpret with an introduction by author KJ. Taylor.

This book is only in English and currently not translated into any other languages.

Buy here:


Paperback coming soon!

If you’ve been reading up on this book here on the website you’ve probably noticed it has gone through some changes. From covers to content, I’ve tinkered. I wanted to share the experience on my website the best I could without revealing too much and spoiling everything for everyone. I have become aware, with some messaging me on social media, questions. Especially, about the title of the book.

“It shouldn’t be All of my Every Things, but All of my Everything!”

“The title doesn’t sound right.”

I did this purposefully. I like playing with words. Where it’s considered wrong or not by masses or individuals. I admit it, I love words so much sometimes I play around with them. This is one of those times.

I am aware that ‘everything’ refers to ideas or objects as a group. ‘Every thing’ draws attention to something individually. I can feel the eyes twitching now. Bare with me. Let me explain more. Though the book is a collection of poems within it there are individual poems.

I find it all very funny. I’m sure the title would’ve been better with All of my Every Little Thing or All of the Things, but I wanted to play with my words. As with many of the poems inside of it, they were moments of me almost playing with my emotions to get them out. I’m not sure if any of that helps. It’s not an editing error and it’s not like I’m aware of what the title is doing. I’m just a boring lady that plays with her work at times. Laughter helps ease the tension of work and life for me.

I recommend checking out the website Quora’s article: What is the difference between “everything” and “every thing”?  by John Geare. If you’re curious about what the big difference really is with some additional information.


If you’re interested in the above mention collection of poetry, it’s in pre-orders at the time this post goes live, but may already be out if you’re reading this later than July 2019. Click the link below to go to Amazon and purchase it!

Pre-ordering now open at Amazon

As a youth, I didn’t know that most of my writing was something, an arrow aimed toward a goal. It was simply something I did. Later, with education, I learned it was soothing. That the little stories were forms of ways of self-therapy. I wrote worlds where I was accepted and liked and within the places, I created I meant something. Poetry came into my life through school, but I didn’t really start forming what would be considered poems until after I had written oodles of stories, characters, and situations that were personality and life-changing.

I didn’t write poetry to ever show anyone. I knew I was scribbling and writing little lines of things, but it was inconsistent. I had been taught that poetry usually rhymed. Of course, I’m sure they taught more, but I only remember it rhyming. Some of what I wrote had words that went together like this, some didn’t. Some lines flowed in this style and others didn’t. This didn’t make it poetry to me until I learned about free verse poetry. A type of poetry that was free from the limitations of regular rhythm or rhyming. The gears moved and things clicked, I had been writing some poetry in this style and didn’t even know it. Oh, how one can grow!

Though, at times my poetry still had rhyming at times, most times and most of what has been selected for my first collection is freestyle. For poetry, it solved a problem I had. That issue being what I was doing. So often, over the years, I found myself inspired, but not enough for an entire story or novel, but a just enough ignited to ooze out some lines that were deeply meaningful personally. Poetry came to me as quick jots of emotional expression. They held my secrets. My lines meant something to me when I scribbled them, but often no one wouldn’t know.  They couldn’t decipher the code and my secrets could be held close even though they were in plain sight.

I believe poetry is something that can be incredibly personal but also hidden. I have come to appreciate how you can read a poem and find a meaning in it that makes it personal to you as well. A short beautiful little burst of expression.


If you’re interested in the above mention collection of poetry, it’s in pre-orders at the time this post goes live, but may already be out if you’re reading this later than July 25th, 2019. Click the link below to go to Amazon and purchase it!

Pre-ordering now open at Amazon


Pre-ordering now open at Amazon

Description:

This is a collection of selected poetry written by Lynn Lesher, known as the author L Bachman covering a span of nineteen years. Considered incredibly personal works, Bachman is only known comfortable releasing her poetry into the world for others to enjoy. The subject matter varies and because of this, the hope is for the reader to take from the poetry something of their own, even if that is not what inspired the work originally by the poet.

Some poems, written in with an emotionally dark style, may be considered disturbing for some. Some poems were inspired by dark subject matter that includes, but not limited to domestic violence, grief, trauma bullying, death, and mortality. It also includes pieces that express, but not limited to strength, hope, and love.


The collection will go live August 20th, 2019! This is such an exciting time!