Lydia Larue is a pen name, a conspirator in the weaving of the written word.
Lydia was born to two of the least creative parents. Lydia’s mother worked a full-time job, so many days Lydia babysat her little sister.
Her sister didn’t enjoy the same shows she did. Retiring to her bedroom, Lydia would break out dictionaries, pens, paper, and thesauri. The would-be writer intertwined words that created worlds foreign to earth.
The desire to create something readers would love came early to Lydia. She wrote her first story at a young age. It was a typical romantic fantasy about a prince rescuing a princess. At that tender age, Disney cartoons influenced her writing.
At twenty, Lydia met and started a relationship with her husband. By twenty-six, they had married and had a daughter.