Linda Kay Christensen, a former farm girl from central Illinois, has enjoyed many years as a bank manager, a self-employed accountant and tax preparer (CPA), and an online instructor for Keller Graduate School (DeVry University). She earned her undergrad in Business Management and her Masters in Human Resources from the University of Illinois, Springfield. Linda's history in writing has included everything from business communication and teaching, to journaling and occasional poetry. 


Publishing as Linda Kay, her inspiration for Annie's Love, Sophie Writes a Love Story, Out of Darkness to Accepted Love, and We Promised: A Story of Abiding Love, comes from a series of five prints by C. Clyde Squires given to her grandmother in 1916 as a wedding gift. Linda also helped her mother, Wilma Diekhoff, complete her memoirs in a book that includes 200 recipes from family and friends. Wilma held a book signing at Barnes and Noble at the age of 82. Flavors From the Past: Memoirs and Recipes of Wilma Weiland Diekoff is now available only in e-book format at Barnes and Noble and Amazon. 

Linda is married to Jerry, a former engineer and now a master gardener, living in Fredericksburg, Texas. They have traveled extensively, meeting many characters who contribute to Linda's writing. Linda is a member of the Hill Country Women of Words in Fredericksburg, TX, and the Writer's League of Texas in Austin. 


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