Lynne Jeter is best known as author of Disconnected: Deceit & Betrayal at WorldCom (Wiley, 2003), named Amazon's #1 best-selling pre-order book in December 2002.
Lynne recently debuted her first book of fiction -- Rue Toulouse: A French Quarter Fantasy with Marie Laveau, Madame X and an Unwilling Time Traveler (BWE, 2022), available on Amazon.
Versatile with a compelling writing style, Lynne is a prolific writer with travel articles published in international publications -- U.S. Airways and Northwest in-flight magazines – and high-circulation domestic publications including Southern Accents. She was the lead essayist for the debut edition of Biltmore magazine, and served as travel editor for SOUTH magazine, named among Literary Journal's top 15 new publications in 2004.
Lynne has also penned thousands of articles for business publications including the Mississippi Business Journal, where she was twice recognized as U.S. Small Business Administration Journalist of the Year, and earned Press Association awards for series planning, features, spot reporting and sports stories. She was among the first investigative reporters to publish an accurate accounting within an hour of the 9/11 World Trade Center tragedy, before Osama Bin Laden was officially considered the operation mastermind.
Most recently, Lynne served as the inaugural editor-in-chief for Medical News, a business-to-business publications for doctors and healthcare executives serving 14 markets, with focuses on clinical and business issues. She participated on Florida's Telehealth Task Force, which was integral in assisting state lawmakers' improvement of the state's telehealth reimbursement schedule.