Linda Paulson Adams

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Linda Paulson Adams Mormon Author

Linda Paulson Adams is the author of two apocalyptic novels. Her first book, Prodigal Journey, was released in 2000. Her sequel, Refining Fire, appeared four years later. The third in the trilogy Zion Awaits is still underway.

She publishes poetry and short fiction in a variety of literary magazines, including Irreantum, Meridian Magazine, Calyx, Limestone Circle, and Lynx Eye. She contributed to the nonfiction titles Publishing Secrets and Writing Secrets by LDStorymakers, and Famous Family Nights collected by Anne Bradshaw.

Linda was born in Maryland and raised in California. She lived in Missouri for a time and now lives in Colorado with her husband and six children. She earned her bachelor’s degree in English from Brigham Young University.

She is also a singer/songwriter and a member of West Coast Songwriters (WCS).

Linda is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.