12.16.21 Wonderful podcast interview with Doro Bush and Tricia Koch of HealthGig wellness. We had an amazing conversation about consciousness, frequency and women.

December 2, 2017: Trusting the Currents is shortlisted for the BooksGoSocial Readers’ Choice Book of 2017. Vote here until December 22.

November 6, 2017: Trusting the Currents is Bookbub’s Featured Deal in African American interests.

October 6, 2017: Interviewed by Why I Write, a podcast of The Council of Teachers of English about Trusting the Currents. We spoke about writing, reading, inspiration and the importance of words, libraries and teachers!

Trusting the Currents has won 12 book awards for literary excellence and currently garners 76 beautiful reviews on Amazon with a 4.8 rating average.

December 15, 2016: Trusting the Currents will be the featured book for Books on the Subway on Thursday, December 15th. They will place 10 copies of the book throughout the New York subway system for people to discover, then post via social media where the books can be found. People find the books, read them and then place them back on the subway for someone else. Great idea! An underground library! Follow them on Twitter and Instagram to track Trusting the Currents that day! Then, 5:30 that evening I will be at the Muhlenberg Library in Chelsea for a talk and reading. Fun day!

November 14, 2016: Trusting the Currents has been reviewed by Publisher’s Weekly. Out of the hundreds of Indie submissions each month, only a handful of books are chosen. Here is the review:

November 9, 2016: Lynnda will be reading from Trusting the Currents at The Sedona Library in Sedona, AZ on November 9 at 1PM.

September 16, 2016:  Lynnda will be speaking at Queens Library in Forest Hills, NY about Trusting the Currents on October 8, Indie Author Day.

June 4, 2016: Trusting the Currents was recognized as a 5-Star Awesome aia_webadgeIndie, a list of quality independent fiction curated by publishing professionals.

April 28, 2016: Trusting the Currents has been awarded a Red Ribbon in Fiction at the Wishing Shelf Independent Book Awards in the U.K.

April 12, 2016: Trc0300fa2-9a06-4fd0-bce0-189f9a2c1726usting the Currents was selected by Library Journal for its Self-e Select program as a great library book. This is a nationwide program available at any local library subscribed to BiblioBoard and participating in the SELF-e program.

February 17, 2016: Stephanie Hopkins of indieBRAG interviews Lynndbrag-medallion-stickera Pollio about being awarded a prestigious B.R.A.G. Medallion and the experience of writing Trusting the Currents.

January 17, 2016: Heavenly Encounters, a spiritual blogtalk radio show interviews Lynnda Pollio about Trusting the Currents.

191_Best_Book_WINNER_SmallNovember 12, 2015: Trusting the Currents has won its 10th book award: The USA Book News Best Book Awards top Winner in Visionary Inspiration.

October 19, 2015: Trusting the Currents has won its 9th book award: the Writer’s Digest Book Awards, Honorable Mention in

September 3, 2015: Trusting the Currents has won the Readers Favorite Book Awards Gold Medal in Inspirational Fiction!

August 27, 2015: Trusting the Currents has been awarded a prestigious B.R.A.G Medallion. The Book Readers Appreciation Group (B.R.A.G.) recognizes and promotes quality Indie-published books. They select those that they believe deserve to be considered. Members of their global readers and book club groups then read these books. If this group unanimously agrees that this is a quality book they could recommend to their best friend, it is given a B.R.A.G. Medallion. Only 10% of books submitted receive the B.R.A.G.

June 2, 2015: Trusting the Currents has inspired its first tattoo! A fan of Trusting the Currents decided to have a tattoo of the book cover’s dragonfly placed over her heart. So honored.

June 1 2015: Trusting the Currents has won a total of 6 literary awards: The 2014 Nautilus Book Awards Gold Medal in Fiction, the 2015 IPPY Gold Medal in Visionary Fiction, the 2015 National Indie Excellence Award Gold Medal in Visionary Fiction, the 2015 International Book Awards Gold Medal in Visionary Fiction, the 2015 Next Generation Indie Books Awards Finalist in Inspirational Fiction and the 2015 Los Angeles Book Festival Honorable Mention in Spirituality.

May 6, 2015:  Trusting the Currents has won the 2015 IPPY Gold Medal in Visioippygoldmedal_LRnary Fiction! The IPPY Book Awards are the largest book awards for Indie-published books in the world. I am proud to have won the gold medal in Visionary Fiction, an emerging literary form that illustrates growth in human consciousness through storytelling.

March 2015: Trusting the Currents has been awarded Honorable Mention at the Los Angeles Book Festival!

PLEASE JOIN ME  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 FROM 6:30-8PM AT NAMASTE BOOKSHOP’S HEALING CENTER in NYC for a book reading and signing of my Nautilus gold award winning spiritual novel, Trusting the Currents. If you are in the area, stop by and say hi! I’d love to hear how you are trusting the currents in your own life. The address is 80 5th ave, Suite #1104, 11th floor, NYC

May 15, 2014: TRUSTING THE CURRENTS HAS WON THE 2014 NAUTILUS GOLD AWARD IN FICTION. The Nautilus Book Awards honors books of high literary merit that “promote spiritual growth, conscious living and positive social change.” Last year’s Gold award winner in Fiction was Barbara Kingsolver’s bestseller, Flight Behavior. Previous Nautilus Award recipients include The Dalai Lama, Deepak Chopra, Eckhart Tolle, Desmond Tutu and Marianne Williamson.

May 5, 2014 6:30 – 8PM. Conversation, reading and book signing at the DUNELLEN LIBRARY in Dunellen, NJ

March 29, 2014, 2-4 PM Conversation, reading and signing at Dragonfly Music and Coffee Cafe at 14 East Main Street, Somerville, NJ, Across from the Somerset Courthouse. Visit:  DRAGONFLY MUSIC & COFFEE CAFE BOOK EVENT

REVOLUTION BOOKS in NYC in now carrying Trusting the Currents.

Shared an amazing evening book event with Agapi Stassinopoulos, author of Unbinding the Heart on February 26, 2014 at The Society of Ethical Culture in NYC. It was beautifully and successfully organized by Shirley Moulton of the Academi of Life. Thanks to all who came!