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
Tag 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
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 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
Last night I attended a musical play put on by the local high school. This is the picture presented on the website of the Performing Arts Center. Set in 1850 Oregon Territory, I knew I must attend this performance. … Continue reading
Two weeks ago, my blog took me to the beautiful Broadmoor hotel. It’s a place I could gladly spend a week or two for a writing retreat. My last stop on my trip to Colorado is Bent’s Old Fort on … Continue reading
Last week I was on the train through the Royal Gorge. Did any of you guess it? Here’s a picture from the top. Can any of you guess my next stop? It would be a perfect place for a writing … Continue reading
Yes, I’ve been away and visited a number of places. Can you guess where I was? Here are the first set of clues. I want to know specifics. Not just a general area. … Continue reading