“Storm Country: The Anthology” – update


On October 26th 2011, I posted about Storm Country: The Anthology. My story, Arctic Arkansas, appears in the book. All sales are donated to the Joplin, Missouri school district, which was wiped out in last spring’s mega-tornado. (I saw a weather channel report and that tornado is one of the top three ever recorded in America.)

The Kansas City Star featured Storm Country: The Anthology in an article on Saturday. Here’s the link:


I’m happy to announce that sales continue to rise. If you purchased a copy to help the schoolchildren in Joplin, thank you very much! Know that you have my heartfelt gratitude. For those who were unaware of this fund drive, there’s still time to join in and make a contribution by purchasing a book.

“Storm Country” is now available at


by sending a check for $13.95 per copy to

MWG Joplin Book Drive
1203 Spartina Drive, St. Louis, MO 63031

Happy Reading!

About Linda Joyce

Award-winning writer and author Linda Joyce has deep southern roots intertwined with her Japanese heritage. She was born in Mississippi, though she considers New Orleans home. She has lived coast to coast in the United States and spent four years in Japan. She married her college sweetheart and now lives in Atlanta with her husband and three dogs: General Beauregard, Gentleman Jack, and Masterpiece Renoir. (Beau, Jack, and Reni.) She’s still trying to convince “the boys” that they are her pets, and not the other way around. Beau in particular is not buying it. She loves boiled peanuts, sushi, and grits. She and her husband share a passion for college football. Linda is a member of Romance Writers of America, Georgia Romance Writers, Atlanta Writer’s Club, and several other writing groups.
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