Linda Broday is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over thirty historical western romance novels and short stories. A third generation Texan, she finds lots of inspiration for her fictional cowboys on the West Texas short grass plains.
She grew up watching TV westerns and fell in love with the strong men and women who settled this wild country. Those TV episodes, visits to museums, and countless books taught her the values, the strength it took to survive and the tremendous will to keep going when things got tough. On a still day, she swears she can often hear the voices of ancestors whispering in the wind.
Writing is her passion and drives her to keep penning stories that focus heavily on children and family. In her family, she's the storyteller, the one who records ancestral history. Linda comes from a long line of poor but prideful people and she's happy with that. It's her legacy.