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Linda Nelson is the mother of two young adult children. She is a member of Goodreads.com and the LibraryThing.com. She enjoys writing fictional stories, both short stories and novels.
Her first novel, Friends of Choice was created while she was struggling with some choices her children were making when it came to friends and associates.
When she realized she could not control who her children associated with or what they chose to do with their lives, she set out to make an example of herself for them to follow. She had always loved reading and writing in her early years, but this had been forgotten and put by the wayside. This was because she put the needs and wants of her family before her own.
Her childrens struggles fustrated her to the extent of her needing to let go. When she did this, she was able to remember her original desire. That was to become an Author.
In July 2010, Linda released her first novel, Friends of Choice. Since then, she has begun work on three other titles and is considering a fourth work. They are: Wish Away (NaNoWri Mo Project), The Board Game of Death, Ruby Angel, and Snitched (the work being considered as a sequel to Friends of Choice).
Pepperell, Massachusetts is where Linda grew up and she now resides in New Ipswich, New Hampshire. She works full time as a Weaver at a local mill and is a member of a local writing group, The Monadnock Writers Group.
Posted on March 22, 2011 at 4:44pm
This post is from my website blog. I felt it should be shared here as well.
Book Reviews are said to be the key to selling books. The good ones make an author jump for joy while the bad ones can make an author cringe. Cringing leads to self doubt. They say the worst critic of our work is ourselves.
So what to do about Book Reviews. It is real easy to swallow the ones that rave about one's book. But what do you do about the ones that tell everyone - don't buy this…
Posted on February 19, 2011 at 4:52pm