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RITA Award-Winning Author Linda Goodnight & A Young Girl’s Strength — 20 Comments

  1. I love Linda’s books! Thanks so much for the great interview. I can only say ditto to the RITA award but it is an award that is a special honor. This year I am thankful that for now I still have my father with us. He has cancer and things don’t look good but we know that God can do all things!

  2. Rita, I am so impressed with your knowledge of the RITA. Wow! And I agree, without God, I simply couldn’t make it through a day, much less the difficulties and heartaches that arise for all of us. Thank you for the kind words about my books. You blessed my day.

  3. Hi Rose,
    I”m so sorry about the losses in your family, but how precious to have that new baby. By the way, I have a character named Rose in my next book,coming in July!

  4. The RITA Award is the most prominent award given throughout the genre of romance novel and some other romantic fiction.[1][2] It is presented by Romance Writers of America (RWA). It is named for the RWA’s first president, Rita Clay Estrada. It signifies excellence in one of 13 categories of romantic fiction.I am thankful for just having the Lord there to talk to each and everyday , for a close family ,I just don’t know how a person lives without God.Please enter me in the drawing. Thank you! I just love you books and to read have read 13 books so far this year and can’t wait to read more..

  5. The RITA Award stands for Romance Writers of America. I am thankful for God providing me with wonderful friends. I was raised an only child, 39 years ago I met a co-worker and instantly became friends. To this date, we are still close so much so that I have been adopted by all 6 siblings. Please enter me in the drawing. Thank you!

  6. Linda, what an inspiring story. I know how proud you are of your daughters, and what a blessing you are to their lives. Thank you for sharing this story.

    PS–don’t enter me in the drawing. I already have my book, and I can’t wait to read it.

  7. The Rita award is given to romance novels, and it is presented by Romance Writers of America (RWA). I’m thankful for my 7 month old baby girl, Kiaya Faye. She was something special and happy that happened after my family experienced two deaths. This sounds like a great book. Thanks for having the giveaway.

  8. Patti, you made my day with your kind comment. I’m so glad you have your tub fixed now for easier use. Bless that son-in-law! Take care of yourself-those knees and hips– and thank you for reading.

  9. Liz, the little sister is now in our home and we are in the process of adopting her, too. It has been a long journey but the sisters are now reunited.

  10. The RITA Award stands for Romance Writers of America. Rancher’s Refuge sounds like a great story I would enjoy reading. I am thankful for alot of things but mostly for the support and love from my family. Thanks, Linda for sharing the post about your new book, I look forward to reading the story, I hope I win.

  11. I know the award is from the Romance Writers of America. And
    Linda sure deserves it. I love her books. That is wonderful
    about her daughter. I am thankful for a lot of things. But the
    latest being my “renovated tub” thanks to my wonderful son
    in law, I can now get in tub easier and safely to take a shower.
    He worked long and hard and paid for everything himself.
    I have had left knee replacement ’07, right hip ’09 and left
    hip this past Sept. I am 76 yrs young and so thankful for
    his love and care for me. God bless all reading this, Patti
    in VA

  12. Linda, can you share more about the sister?

    RITA awards are made by Romance Writers of America.

    I am grateful for my friends who have helped me more than they willing acknowledge.

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