Linda Ford is the author of 50 books with more scheduled for release. She writes for Love Inspired Historicals.
Her writing has been described as deeply emotional with a touch of humor.
Read more about Linda here
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"Appealing characters whose lives play out in a picturesque setting."
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"The heroine is sympathetic, and the hero's patient determination to win her is heartwarming."
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Category Archives: snow
We’ve had a looooong week of cold. I’m hoping it’s winters last hurrah. It means being indoors a lot and someone in the house is bored with being shut in. It’s not me. I’ve been busy getting the fourth book … Continue reading
What strange weather. A cold, wet October and yes, there was snow. Thank goodness it didn’t stay. Then an unseasonably warm November that saw the farmers working long hours to get their crops harvested. And now we have December. And … Continue reading
Hello. I’m back. Between Christmas and a fried mother board in my computer, I’ve been absent a few weeks. Christmas was fun and full of activity. It’s over and I can hunker down…cocoon in. It’s what I like best about … Continue reading
This is the weather where my friend is holidaying. Sunny, warm, no snow. This is where I am. Snow and bitter cold. You can’t see the cold but trust me, you don’t want to. … Continue reading
Yesterday we had scattered snow flurries. We’ve had enough snow already. But I confess there is something I like about it. I like walking in falling snow. Gently falling snow dusting my clothes, quietly sliding from my face. The world … Continue reading
I write historical novels. I admit I romanticize the past. I ignore the dreadful parts and dwell on the heroic parts. I think I am justified in doing this because no matter what age or stage we are in there … Continue reading
“Tis the season to remember the gift of the savior born in a manger, to think of all his birth meant. I especially like the words of ‘God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.’ God rest ye merry, gentlemen, let nothing you … Continue reading