Meet the Author Linda Wood Rondeau
Linda Wood Rondeau has a life full of excitement, full of creativity, and full of published works. She says she has a wonderful life, and she gives all the credit to God.
After a long career in human services, Linda now resides in Jacksonville, Florida. Before moving to Jacksonville, Florida, the author was active in Community Theater, playing a variety of roles from M’Lynn in “Steel Magnolias” to a cigar-smoking elderly murder writer in the dinner theater production of “A Talent for Murder.” She has also had a hand at directing, working on the play, “It’s a Wonderful Life,” giving her much fodder for her best-selling short Christmas romance, It Really IS a Wonderful Life, published by Lighthouse of the Carolinas and is available wherever books are sold.
Many of the author’s works are set in the Adirondack Mountains, a beautiful backdrop for romance and intrigue as well as rich in historical significance. Her recent release, Days of Vines and Roses, is set in New Haven, Connecticut, where her son lived at the time the book was written.
Winner of the 2012 Selah Award for best first novel The Other Side of Darkness/Harbourlight, Linda writes stories of God’s mercies. Walk with her unforgettable characters as they journey paths not unlike our own.
Linda’s books are also available in e-book format along with her other e-books by Helping Hands Press: I Prayed for Patience/God Gave Me Children and Days of Vines and Roses. Songs in the Valley is scheduled for release this fall by Helping Hands Press.
When not writing, Linda enjoys golfing with hubby, going for walks, and sightseeing at museums. One interesting fact about Linda that she often doesn’t share is that she was once a legal witness for a wedding in Monterrey Mexico.