I write Science Fiction, Fantasy and a few random other things. Most of my stories are about healing, magic and a sense of wonder. I love stories about mysterious worlds, with complex histories. Stories with characters that grab you and won’t let you go. Stories about everyday people who end up rising above themselves. Stories filled with the magic of everyday life. Stories that come to life and transform me along with the characters. If you like them too, then you’ve come to right place!
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Genre: Contemporary Fantasy
Stand-Alone BooksNotes on the Moon PeopleLiving in the Lower Chakras
Series: The Bones of the Earth SeriesFaerie UnraveledFaerie ContactFaerie DescentFaerie FlightFaerie Confluence
Genre: Cozy Mystery
Stand-Alone BooksHorticultural Homicide
Genre: Post Apocalyptic Science Fiction
Stand-Alone BooksFalling Into Flight
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
Linda Jordan writes surprising characters, funny dialogue and imaginative science fiction and fantasy worlds. She creates novels and short fiction, serious and silly. Her main themes revolve around healing and transformation.
She’s fascinated by nature’s peculiarities, mythology and spirituality, what makes humans (and aliens) tick, political systems and the creation of music and art. She loves including all this and more in her stories.
In another lifetime, Linda coordinated the Clarion West Writers Workshop as well as the Reading Series for two years. She also spent four years as Chair of the Board of Directors during Clarion West’s formative period. She’s worked many other jobs, more than she cares to count. Eventually, she fled the city to live out among the tall cedars.
She lives in the rainy wilds of Washington state with her husband, daughter, four cats, seventeen Koi and an infinite number of slugs and snails.