Fort Worth, Texas, January 4, 2016, Linda LaRue Austin, Freelance Writer, has been recognized by Elite Women Worldwide, for dedication, achievement and leadership in writing services and entrepreneurship.
For more than 34 years, Ms. Austin has parlayed her experience to her passion for writing. She became an ordained pastor in 1970 which led to her interest in writing, and in 1990 she took writing classes to fulfill that curiosity. Since then, Ms. Austin has worked and retired as a writing instructor and educator, and now focuses on writing manuscripts and novels.
Ms. Austin’s journey into writing can be traced back to her college career, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in theology and Christian education with a minor in drama from Northwest Christian College. She followed the degree up with a Master of Religious Studies from Lexington Theological Seminary. These degrees all require strong writing skills, and the ability to tell stories. Throughout the years she has attributed her success to having a strong support system of friends, good fortune, persistence and her trust in faith.
In the coming years, Ms. Austin looks to finishing and publishing her fantasy novel. She maintains connections to other writers with affiliation as an honored member of the Oklahoma Writer’s Federation, Inc., the Romance Writers of America and is a former member of the W.F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research. She is also an honored member of the National Honor Society and Fort Worth Writers. She has received recognition from Who’s Who Publishers Calendar Series, Pro-Files Magazine and VIP of the Year from Who’s Who Publishers.
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