Are you a free thinker?

The Lindsey Writes Books project began as an author-journey and landed as an essay archive about the complex and transient nature of living a life aligned with passion. Not only does Lindsey challenge her readers to look inward, but she also demands attention toward everyday culture and the hidden dangers that plague our lifestyles. With a love for literature sprinkled in, Lindsey’s work offers a new perspective on how to be human in the digital age.


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You're 25? Grow up.
“Kids are great. It’s a shame they have to grow up to be regular people that call you names.” - Charles Barkley The idea for this post came to me after reading a Free Press journalist who I’ve come to love and hate: Kathryn Boyle. After reading her article…
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How Darwin's Determinism Is Blocking You From Your Own Goals
Take a moment to think about the wildest goal you have for your life right now. Likely, the feeling it evokes from you is expansive, fulfilling, terrifying, and extremely distant. Often, we don’t believe we can actually have it. If we do believe that we can, it is only to be found on the other side of gut-wrenching heartbreak, intense loneliness, and st…
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Lindsey Lamar is a US based thriller author in her twenties. Her debut novel, Better Off Guilty, was published in 2021.

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Lindsey Lamar is an author in her twenties. While thriller is her center-stage genre, Lindsey’s Substack centers around evocative nonfiction about human nature, technology, and self discovery.