Linda Farmer Harris

About me

Gender FEMALE
Industry Communications or Media
Occupation Christian Writer
Location Chimney Rock, Colorado, United States
Introduction A recent transplant to Chimney Rock, Colorado, after thirty years in Austin, Texas, Lin and her husband of 46 years are acclimating to real snow, months and months of snow, plus the rich historical culture. She wrote stories in junior high school with cowgirl heroines and the heroes were horses. In high school, she contributed to Seventeen and Ingénue magazines and added cowboy heroes. She’s published in 101 Ways to Romance Your Marriage, Advanced Christian Writer, and The Good News Journal. With Artie Stockton, wrote Stained Glass Windows in the Dark, a novel and audio novel, mystery/romance set in Mexico. The Writer’s Edge published Stained Glass Windows in the Dark on p. 6, of their March-May, 1996 catalog. She wrote Texas Elves for young children. In 2010, she a finalist in American Christian Fiction Writers' (ACFW) Genesis Contest-Young Adult category with Escape to Outlaw Ridge, Westin Chronicles.
Interests All things Western and Horses, Knitting antique patterns, One-Stroke painting, Cooking old recipes, Reading, Sign Language
Favorite Movies Gone with the Wind, Sleepless in Seattle, Princess Bride, Downton Abby, While You Were Sleeping. All Roy Rogers, Lone Ranger and John Wayne
Favorite Music Old church hymns, classical
Favorite Books All C.S. Lewis, All Grace Livingston Hill