Linda Harris has been a freelance editor and writer for over thirty-five years.
Gold member of The Christian PEN (Proofreaders and Editors Network).
Member of The Christian Editor Connection, which requires rigorous testing to qualify.
Instructor for Editing Children's Books 101 for The PEN Institute.
Certificates in several courses from The PEN Institute, including editing fiction.
Judge for Excellence in Editing, Tapestry, and other awards.
Published in Moody Monthly, Guideposts, Psychology for Living, Focus on the Family’s Clubhouse, Power for Living, and other publications.
Published in an anthology, The Extraordinary Presence of God: True Stories of Faith and Courage in Ordinary Lives.
An article published in Home Life, a Southern Baptist magazine, was included in the book How to Write for Christian Magazines, published by Broadman Press (now B&H).
Placed twice in the top 100 of the Annual Writer’s Digest Writing Competition.
Editor for ten years of The Helping Hand, a Seventh Day Baptist publication, writing and editing over 500 church-school lessons. As part of that position, she worked with the Committee on Uniform Series, both as a member and as a consultant; CUS is the organization that develops the International Bible Lessons for Christian Teaching, used by various denominations and church-school publishers (such as David C. Cook).
Assistant editor for two years at The Kansas Christian newspaper in Topeka, Kansas.