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Linda’s novel The Prophetess One: At Risk has now won three national awards! It is a winner in the Global Ebook Awards, a winner in the Millennium Star Publishing Awards, and a finalist in the 2012 International Book Awards, Available in Raleigh, NC at Quail Ridge Books & Music; at Malaprops Bookstore in Asheville, NC; in Denver, Colorado at the Broadway Book Mall; on Amazon.com; and at other bookstores nationwide.
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(Here's the obligatory bragging in the third person, written so you'll take me seriously. It's all true, but the most important part is the next three paragraphs. The first paragraph below "extraordinary life changes" was written by my webmaster, David Clark, as a placeholder when we were developing the site. I was so surprised - and flattered - I decided to keep it here. Thank you, David.)
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November 30, 2013: Linda has been invited to present workshops this year at the Pikes Peak Writer's Conference April 25-27, 2014. She'll be doing a pre-conference pitching workshop on the morning of April 24th "Pitch Perfect - 3 Steps to Getting Their Attention."
September 18, 2013: Linda talks about something only writers understand in her latest article, "Your Relationship With Your Work (or Do You Have a Doris?)" on the "Writing from the Peak" blog for the Pikes Peak Writers.
Here is a list of my books to date and where you can find them.
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