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
What others are saying:
"Appealing characters whose lives play out in a picturesque setting."
- RT, The Cowboy's Surprise Bride
"The heroine is sympathetic, and the hero's patient determination to win her is heartwarming."
- RT The Cowboy's Unexpected Family
Category Archives: research
Last week I shared half a dozen things I learned while researching the story series Big Sky Country. The second book—Montana Cowboy Family—is out this month. Today, I want to share another half dozen things I learned. 1. The area … Continue reading
Seeing as this is the first day of 2017 I suppose I should say something about what I learned in 2016, but frankly, I’m ready to forget about the old year and move forward in the new. That said, I … Continue reading
I am reading a book about travels on the Santa Fe Trail. (My copy is from the library and is plain brown.) Often research involves ploughing through dry text. But not so in this book. The writer has a way … Continue reading
My stories often have children in them so I am often challenged to find toys for them. I’ve visited countless museums and have thousands of pictures taken at them but if one were to judge the abundance of toys (or … Continue reading
It’s time to renew my passport. I have gone so many places with the current one (though not as many as I’d like). It’s probably no surprise that one of my favorite things about travel is visiting museums and I … Continue reading
It’s August. The garden is at its peak which means… beans, peas and raspberries to pick. (that’s 5 gal. of beans.) A new book has arrived. It never gets old to get these boxes of my book. This is the … Continue reading
Writing historicals can require a lot of research. For fun, I thought I’d list a few ways I research. 1. Get books from the library. Thank goodness for search tools and interlibrary loans. I especially like getting books written for … Continue reading
I didn’t blog last week. And I have good reason. I will present ten of them. 1. I spent 7 hours on a plane to Maui and then 6 hours stuck in traffic as the only road over the mountains … Continue reading
I fully intended to stick to my goal of posting 10 lists of 5 things to honor the number 50. But when I started this list, I couldn’t confine it to just 5 so for this week, here is a … Continue reading