After early retirement from teaching economics and business studies, Lynda turned to her first love – writing historical romances. She graduated from the New Writers Scheme in 2012 with her first novel Marrying the Admiral’s Daughter.
This was followed by Captain Westwood’s Inheritance and Tomorrow Belongs to Us. All three novels were first published in the USA. Two further novels, Heart’s Desire and Colonel Weston’s Wedding plus three volumes of short stories followed.
Further Regency romances are in the pipeline, plus a series family saga set in the 1930s in her native Birmingham.
A keen researcher and genealogist, Lynda has traced her paternal family line back to 1485. Currently she is working on her maternal line which she describes as, “far more challenging”. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America and is secretary of the Jane Austen Society Midlands.
She lives in Derbyshire (UK) with her husband, Mike.