Linda LaRoque is a Texas girl, but the first time she got on a horse, it tossed her in the road dislocating her right shoulder. Forty years passed before she got on another, but it was older, slower, and she was wiser. Plus, her students looked on and it was important to save face.
A retired teacher, Linda loves Texas, its flora and fauna, and its people. Her stories paint pictures of life, love, and learning set against the raw landscape of ranches and rural communities in Texas and the Midwest. Linda is a member of RWA, her local chapter of HOTRWA, NTRWA and Texas Mountain Trail Writers.
Linda lives in a small community in central Texas with her husband and dog Molly. Visit Linda at her website and read about the first chapters of her books. On her blog at she shares short stories she's written, recipes, tips on writing, vacations, writing workshops, and has guest author bloggers. Leave a comment to be entered into her monthly ebook drawing.
Reading, travel, and needlework.