Linda W. Yezak lives with her husband and their funky feline, PB, in a forest in deep East Texas, where tall tales abound and exaggeration is an art form. She has a deep and abiding love for her Lord, her family, and salted caramel. And coffee—with a caramel creamer. Author of award-winning books and short stories, she didn't begin writing professionally until she turned fifty. Taking on a new career every half century is a good thing.
Linda's writing grabs attention from readers and critics alike. Her first novel, Give the Lady a Ride, won the 2011 Grace Award and was a finalist in both the ACFW Genesis and Carol Award contests. The Cat Lady's Secret was also a Genesis Award finalist in 2010, and The Final Ride won the 2017 Texas Association of Authors Best Fiction Award in the Christian Fiction category. Saturday Evening Post gave her short story, "Slider," an honorary mention and published it in their America's Great Fiction Contest.
A self-described nut, she says, "I keep my feet candy-coated, because there's no telling when one or both will land in my mouth."
Candy flavor of choice? "Peppermint. Chocolate melts too fast."
Her primary claim to fame is her remarkable ability to walk with her feet in her mouth.
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