Arctic Arkansas in Storm Country: The Anthology
Coal City Review
Book signing- see my blog
Heart of Dixie Readerís Luncheon, June 14th, Birmingham, AL
Southeastern Writers Association Conference June 16 -17, St. Simons Island, GA
Sweet Tea and Chocolate Cake 10th Anniversary Readerís Luncheon, August, GA November 8, 2014
Writer’s Academy at West Texas A&M University
Whispering Prairie Press Creativity Conference
Have you taken a trip to the bayou yet? It’s nice and warm there.
The second book in my Fleur de Lis series, BAYOU BOUND, is now available for the Kindle only. The world-wide release, including the print version happens on May 28. What’s new in Bayou Petite? Take a peek at BAYOU BOUND.
Biloxi Dutrey grounds her jet-setting photography career and returns to Mississippi when she learns her family home, Fleur De Lis, is headed for financial ruin. She plans to save it by scooping up the job of Keeper. But that means breaking tradition, and her family isn't cooperating.
Veterinarian Nick Trahan is new in town and wants folks to stop matchmaking. He won't settle for just a pretty face. He wants the perfect woman, one who believes in family and commitment—the exact opposite of his parents.
Nick rescues Biloxi during a raging storm, but the squall is tame compared to the tempest between them. Soon they experience the backlash from the long-standing feud between their families. If Biloxi surrenders her dreams for Fleur de Lis and toes the line with tradition, will she also be forced to give up on "forever love" due to the hate their families still harbor?
Send me an email and let me know how you enjoyed meeting Biloxi and Nick. Or post a note on my Facebook Author page at LindaJoyceAuthor. And, look for me on Twitter @LJWriter.
Monthly, I write a short story for Hidden Desires Romance magazine. The magazine is online and free. Click on the link and you’ll find me between the pages there. http://www.valterramagazines.com/
The first book... BAYOU BORN
College professor James Newbern prizes his bachelorhood. Experience has taught him beautiful women are high-maintenance trouble and Branna fits that type. He is happy to avoid her until the college vice president assigns him to mentor the newest hireóBranna.