Linda Juliano is an author and mother who lives in San Francisco, California. She writes short stories as well as women’s fiction and romantic suspense novels.
Her debut novel is Cadence Beach, a romantic-suspense. In 2019 she won a Writer’s Digest Magazine contest and was runner-up for the Booksie flash fiction summer contest. She has several short stories and flash fiction pieces published in magazines.
When not writing, Linda can be found walking through Golden Gate Park, hiking along the cliffs at the coastline, kayaking, haunting small-town “antique” stores (junk stores if you ask her husband) in search of vintage treasures, losing herself in the local library, or traveling the world.
Visit Linda’s “published work” page on this website for links to her novel and published short stories.
You can follow Linda and the trajectory of her writing career on her website, Facebook author page, Twitter, or Goodreads.
“The most fearless hearts, the audacious dreamers, have always maintained a sense of optimism that often flies in the face of the available evidence.” –Martin O’Malley
“For myself, I am an optimist–it does not seem to be much use being anything else.” –Winston Churchill