LINDA BALLOU: PARKS & TRAVEL DESTINATIONS
A love triangle of extremes has proven to be a solid base for Linda’s writing.
BIG BLEND RADIO INTERVIEW: Linda Ballou talks about her various travel adventures, books, writing her upcoming novel about Isabella Bird, and her latest audio book adventures for her memoir “Lost Angel Walkabout,” and more. Listen or download the podcast on Spreaker.com, SoundCloud.com, and YouTube.com, or hear the whole show on BlogTalkRadio.com.
From her roots in Alaska she received strength, centeredness, and respect for the awful power of nature that carried her forward into and adventure travel writing career. Her travel memoir Lost Angel Walkabout is an armchair traveler’s delight that takes you from Alaska to New Zealand. While living in Hawaii, she found nurturing, a spiritual awakening and the heroine for her historical fantasy novel, Wai-nani: A Voice from Old Hawaii. In 2015 she published The Cowgirl Jumped Over the Moon an action-adventure, new-adult novel set in California where she resides today.
She enjoys guest ranches and horse treks with outfitters all over the Wild West of North America and more. In addition, she is the adventure travel expert for the National Association of Baby Boomer Women. Her latest effort Lost Angel in Paradise take readers to her favorite day trips on the Coast of California. This book is Linda’s way of giving back to all those friends who have said they would like to hike with her.
You will find a host of travel articles on her site www.LostAngelAdventures.com. For more about her novels and her media offerings go to www.LindaBallouAuthor.com. Linda has several talks she loves to share about her travels and books with book clubs and other venues.