Bristol-born Linn B Halton lives in the small village of Lydbrook, which
nestles on the edge of the Forest of Dean, in the UK. She resides there with her husband and feline with 'catitude'- Mr Tiggs.
Linn began writing in March 2009 and her debut novel was published in February 2011. In a recent interview Linn was asked about genres:
"From a very young age I knew romantic fiction was always going to be my genre. I am, and will always be, madly in love with love! Whether that's
love of life, a partner, or the things I'm passionate about.
stories are about love, life and real relationships - but romance is always the one thing that holds each story together. Often there's a light, psychic touch and I never dreamed I would write drawing upon my personal psychic experiences. But as my interest
and understanding in the subject has grown, it is now such a part of my life that it finds its way into my fictional tales. However, what is heartening is that most of my experiences have been uplifting and it's wonderful to know loved ones are around me always.
I hope it will make readers stop and wonder 'What if?'
result is that I get a lot of mail from readers who have had similar experiences and some are sharing theirs for the first time with me. I always feel that's something rather special and for which I'm very grateful."
Love, life and beyond... but it's ALWAYS about the romance! Linn is published by HarperImpulse, Endeavour Press and Sapphire
Linn is also the managing editor of Loveahappyending
Romantic Novelists’ Association page
1st Prize A surprise goody bag (UK only) Plus ecopy of book
2nd prize ecopy of Under the Stars (International)
a Rafflecopter giveaway
As always, Linn has managed to write a feel-good, uplifting book that makes you want to keep turning the pages. Many readers will empathise with Katherine being at a crossroads in her life and trying to
make sense of it by reading her horoscope to get a heads up. When the usual astronomer takes on as assistant to write the horoscopes instead, Kate’s life is thrown into even more confusion. I loved the way the relationship between all three of them developed.
There are some lovely anecdotes too and No4
is a brilliant name for the cat. The way Jake looked out for his elderly neighbor was very moving too. If you’re looking for a light-hearted yet interesting book with fabulous characters and a gentle story then look no further. Linn – you are a