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The New Self-Help Book is Now Available!

Posted by on Dec 28, 2017 in A Creativity Blog, Trombetta Books, What's New | 0 comments

DISCOVER YOUR GREATNESS! In a work beautifully inspired by the subtle lessons found while observing nature, Lynn Alison Trombetta shares her thoughts on our power to change our daily reality through conscious choice.

“Surrounded by the nearly unimaginable natural beauty of Oak Creek in Sedona, Arizona, I could clearly see the place where our “Oneness” dwells. I learned that within the connection we share lies the power to experience the very best in thoughts, words and actions that potentially affect other lives, our planet, and ourselves. Choosing Greatness to Change Your Life is an exploration of recognizing each pivotal moment when we have the opportunity to create change through a choice, no matter how small.”     – Lynn Alison Trombetta

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New Children’s Book Update

Posted by on Sep 14, 2017 in A Creativity Blog, Trombetta Books, What's New, Whimsical Art | 0 comments

How exciting! I just picked up my artwork scans for the new book! Stay tuned! – Lynn

Coming Soon: New Children’s Book for Ages 8 and Up!

Posted by on Jun 24, 2017 in A Creativity Blog, Trombetta Books, What's New, Whimsical Art | 0 comments

How exciting! I’m almost finished with the illustrations for my new Children’s book and I can hardly wait to bring it all together. I am hoping to publish sometime this summer.

This is a sneak preview of one of the illustrations.  Sign up for email notifications if you would like to know more.

copyright 2017 Lynn Alison Trombetta


Independence Day Give-Away

Posted by on Jun 14, 2017 in A Creativity Blog, Trombetta Books, What's New | 0 comments

Wounded Birds by Lynn Alison Trombetta

Wounded Birds by Lynn Alison Trombetta is a light-hearted fantasy novella.

Subscribe on my website to receive notifications of new posts by email and be included for a chance to win a free copy of “Wounded Birds” or a Meadowlark CD of your choice in my “Independence Day Give Away!”

My new novella, Wounded Birds is all about the many ways that women survive what life throws at them. What better way to celebrate our individual successes, achievements of personal freedom and independence than with a drawing for a FREE copy?

Can’t wait until 7/4 to read the book? Enter anyway, because if you already own the book at the time of the drawing, you can choose any Meadowlark CD instead! Subscribe now – the list is small and your chances are good!


New Kindle Version of “Wounded Birds” Now Available!

Posted by on May 15, 2017 in A Creativity Blog, Trombetta Books, What's New | 0 comments

Read “Wounded Birds” on any device with a free Kindle app from Amazon!

How exciting! The new Kindle Version of Wounded Birds is now available for an easy $2.99 at Amazon!

Please write an Amazon review if you read the book… and I’d love to hear from you!!!

New Novella, “Wounded Birds” Now Available at Amazon!

Posted by on Apr 12, 2017 in A Creativity Blog, Trombetta Books, What's New | 0 comments

My new novella, Wounded Birds is now available at Amazon! This one wouldn’t let me sleep until it’s pages were realized fully in my life. Amazon has a “Look Inside” feature, so you can get a taste of the fun to come.  I hope you love it! – Lynn

A Dream Translated with Paint!

Posted by on Jan 7, 2017 in A Creativity Blog, Art, Uncategorized, Whimsical Art | 0 comments

This is an excerpt from a recent painting which I call “The Orchidess,” inspired by a vision within a dream which I had:

Very Cool Sculpture Demo & Workshop at Manheim Gallery

Posted by on Oct 29, 2016 in A Creativity Blog, Art, Articles to Inspire You, Whimsical Art | 0 comments

mermaid-sculpture-water-based-clay-102916Many thanks to Laura Cole of Studio Z and Robert Michael Creature Design Studio for the hands-on clay workshop at The Manheim Gallery & ARC Contemporary Fine Art in Cottonwood today! I had a relaxing time sculpting this mermaid. Can’t wait to see what happens in the kiln!

See My Blog at for a Weekly Taste of Sedona

Posted by on Sep 11, 2014 in A Creativity Blog | 0 comments

Photo by Lynn Trombetta, ©2013

Photo by Lynn Trombetta, ©2013

One of my favorite ongoing projects is my weekly presence on Call of This website is dedicated to the spirit of Ilchi Lee’s book by the same name. In case you have not heard of him, Ilchi Lee is a meditation expert and founder of Dahn Yoga*.

Each month. I explore a new Sedona area “Trail of the Month”and give hiking tips and directions to the site. Twice monthly I offer a beautiful quote about nature and my thoughts in “Natures Inspiration.” I also interview what I call “area creatives” about their own personal stories of how they came to be living in Sedona in “My Call of Sedona.”

You’ll get a good feel for the beauty of Sedona from the blogs, and for Ilchi Lee’s loving, spiritual take on this land, read his book!



*You can learn more about the practice at You can join classes at Sedona Meditation Center.

Palatki Indian Ruins Spoke to Me

Posted by on Aug 20, 2014 in Articles to Inspire You | 0 comments

What an amazing place to visit! The Palatki Indian Ruins, just northwest a bit from Sedona called me there and then spoke to me in ways that will call me back again and again I am sure!   The only thing slowing me down is several miles of unpaved, somewhat bumpy road that weren’t a good match for our Kia. Don’t worry, I won’t let that stop me.

PilatkiPictographs small webI didn’t share the shots of the amazing pictographs that I took while I was there, but you can get a glimpse at the photo I took of the ruins by visiting my article on the Call of Sedona website, here.  While you’re there, check out the other features I write. Next month, watch for an interview article I did with photographer Susie Reed who also heard the ancient call of this magnificent ruin.