Lynn Walford

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Lynn Walford is a Los Angeles writer, editor, copywriter and author. Her work includes numerous news stories, brochures, magazine articles and a book. Her most recent feature articles focus on, connected cars,[1][2] technology, wireless, financial technology, mobile content, and business.

Walford is graduate of Pomona College and former treasurer of The Book Publicists of Southern California. She was formerly on the board of directors of the Independent Writers of Southern California. She presently runs Freelance Writer Now, which has been reviewed by the Insider Pages with a five star rating.



Lynn Walford was awarded the honor of Advanced Communicator Gold by Toastmasters International in 2015.

  • Walford wrote the first-prize winning entry for Consumer Electronics Show Best of CES 2004.
  • She also the winner of the Alameda Writers Group "25 Words or Less" very short writing contests 2002-2004.


  1. ^ "Lynn Walford". auto connected car news.
  2. ^ "TechHive Car Tech by Lynn Walford".
  3. ^ "Alexa, What's the Future? Conversations with Your Car – Auto Futures". Retrieved 2018-09-27.

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