Linda Pendleton has written in a variety of genres: nonfiction, mystery novels, nonfiction ecourses, comic book scripting, and screenplays. She coauthored nonfiction and fiction with her late husband, renowned author, Don Pendleton, including the popular nonfiction book, To Dance With Angels, and Whispers From the Soul. Her other nonfiction books are A Walk Through Grief; Three Principles of Angelic Wisdom; A Small Drop of Ink; and It's Not Too Late! with Fred Bader, Ph.D. Her fiction work includes her novel, The Dawning; the crime suspense novel, Roulette, The Search for the Sunrise Killer by Don and Linda Pendleton; her mystery series, Shattered Lens, Catherine Winter, Private Investigator; and Fractured Image, Catherine Winter, Private Investigator; and Corn Silk Days, Iowa, 1862. She has won awards for her ebooks.
Linda is a member of The Authors Guild, The Authors League, Sisters in Crime, and EPIC Authors. Four of her ebooks won Epic Awards. Although most of her time is devoted to her love of writing, she also enjoys the exploration of her family's genealogical roots.
Linda's book covers are designed with Judy Bullard. They have worked together for more than a decade. Check out Judy's book cover gallery at http://www.customebookcovers.com
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In The Shadow of the Alamo: Short Story Collection
This interesting Short Story Collection was written by Clara Driscoll in 1906. All of her stories in this collection take place in the vicinity of the Alamo, a place Clara Driscoll was very passionate about. The daughter of a wealthy Texas rancher and businessman, she became known as the "Savior of the Alamo," in her efforts to save the Alamo.
Legends of Southern California and San Francisco
In 1919, George W. Caldwell, M.D. published his collections of Native American legend. His two collections, Legends of Southern California and Legends of San Francisco, have been combined for this edition. Dr. Caldwell had an appreciation for the beauty of the Golden State and for Native American legends. New Introduction by Linda Pendleton.
The Forty-niners: The California Gold Rush
A fascinating chronicle of the California gold rush written in 1918, popular fiction and nonfiction American writer, Steward Edward White gives us an historical view of those early days of the mid-19th century, and the many challenges of the formation of a new frontier: incoming population, law and order issues, greed and power, political differences, successes and failures of pioneers.
Missions of California, William Henry Hudson, 1901
In 1901, Stanford Professor of English Literature , William Henry Hudson published his book on the history of the founding of the twenty-one missions in California by Father Junipero Serra, a Spanish Franciscan friar.
Linda Pendleton has written a new Introduction to the book, and her photograph is on the bookd cover.
Whispers From the Soul: The Divine Dance of Consciousness
Don and Linda Pendleton, authors of the popular book, 'To Dance With Angels,' probe the wisdom of the sages, miracles and angelic influences, aliens and UFOs, death and near-death experiences, spirit communication and spiritual encounters, in this definitive examination of mankind's search for the wellsprings and moving forces of the human experience. A thoughtful study of "Who are we?"
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