Linda Madl has been writing most of her life — from her first short story written in the sixth grade up to her work-in-progress. Her publishing credits include eight novels, five novellas, several short stories, many nonfiction articles, and an award-winning newsletter.
She began her writing career in St. Louis, Missouri, where she lived for twenty years. The first of her historical romance novels came out in 1989. Three of her books were named finalists for Romantic Times Readers' Choice Awards.
Currently Madl is president of the newly organized Kansas Romance Writers. As a communicator, she is a member of several professional organizations including Romance Writers of America, Novelists Inc., and Toastmasters International.
Madl describes herself as a realistic romantic who believes there is someone for everyone, no matter how strange and impossible a match may seem. Besides a good story, she loves chocolate, piano music, autumn-hued prairies, and blue skies.
She lives with her husband, daughter, two dogs, and a parakeet in the Flint Hills area of Kansas. She fills her nonwriting hours with family, friends, travel, and gardening.
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