I’m a teacher by day and a writer by night… which is probably why everything I write is in the realm of the paranormal. I have been known to duct-tape my Muse to a chair and offer her champagne. So far, she has been brilliant. *smiles*
Favorite Books that I Wrote:
They practically wrote themselves, and I fell in love especially hard for the characters in all three. My wolf books differ from my Blood Knight Chronicles books in how deeply into a character they go. I love the seven Blood Knights because they feel every emotion, every situation so greatly, having lived from the time of the Round Table to now, in our current century. And those sexy wolves – mostly in law-enforcement of some kind in their day jobs – live and love more wildly, and like there’s no tomorrow.
Immortal Redeemed, Immortal Obsession (just won the PRG Reviewer’s Choice Award for best paranormal mystery/romance /suspense, Red Wolf, Wolf Trap, Golden Vampire
covers on the first three lines on my shelf on my website = www.lindathomas-sundstrom.com (or contact me for other links because this keeps timing me out).
Favorite Books by People who Aren’t Me.
I fell in love with Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings trilogy in high school, and fell hard. I actually taught a class in English Literature at a California college that focused on Tolkien’s work, and believe they are my all-time favorite books, ever. Discovering Ayn Rand’s books, such as The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged, taught me a lot about the best level of writing skills. Sue Monk Kidd’s Secret Life of Bees struck in me an emotional high. I bought several copies of the audio version for family and friends. Cornelia Funke’s fantasy series, starting with Inkheart, captured my mind for a long time and sit with pride on my bookshelf. So you see, I like to read in many genres. I mean, a great book is a great book, right, and the writing can teach us so much.
The Lord of the Rings by Tolkien, The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand, The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd, Inkheart by Cornelia Funke
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