Linda Wood Rondeau




NEWEST RELEASE: Fiddler’s Fling

COMING SOON! Miracle on Maple Street 

When Ryan McDougal’s past collide’s with his present, he needs a miracle to make his world right again.

Also, look for the short story sequel, Snow on Bald Mountain




Is it possible that God will use our worst mistakes toward building our best future? I believe this to be true and it is the heart of all my books, whether fiction or non-fiction.

I have found this to be true in my personal life as well. Currently married for nearly forty years, my first marriage ended in disappointment. Not only did God right my mistakes, but through the struggle of single parenting, God led me on to a long career in human services. Now He has called me to share this truth with you, my audience.  

I am a cancer survivor and a recovering food addict, a mother, grandmother, aunt, sister, cousin and friend, among a host of life’s adventures. In each instance, God has turned my disappointments, struggles and failures into something beautiful. Life lessons I might never have learned otherwise.

Many of these lessons may be found on my blog: Snark and Sensibility. 

As you peruse this site, I hope you will gain an understanding of God’s love for you. In His mercy and with His Grace, your worst past becomes your best future.

I welcome your comments. Follow me on any of my social media listed at the bottom of this page, and I will follow you back. Have a prayer request? I will pray for you.

I am available to speak to your group. For suggested fees and topics of interest as well as contact information refer to my speaker page.

This site also contains information about my writings, where you may purchase them, what they are about, and sample pages. 

Please take time to peruse my books and visit my publishers  who are dedicated to providing quality Christian Literature. It is joy to be part of their ministries.






What I Write

After more than 25 years in human services field, working with the elderly, families in crisis, and protective services for children, I decided perhaps I could reach more people with books than governmental authority.

All my books, even speculative genres, are based upon my human services experiences and represent various psycho social issues, such as autism, widowhood, domestic violence, divorce and separation, societal issues, post traumatic stress disorder, drug addiction, grief, mental illness,and spiritual warfare. My non-fiction writings are sources of encouragement, designed for individual or group study.

And a combination of history, humor, and romance.

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