About

At Urban Poetry 2017, Linda J. Wolff is the author of 2 eBooks (poetry, and a romance short story) on Amazon. She writes about the lessons and blessings of life, how to transform anger to love, about forgiving, growing and most of all sharing inspiration through poetry and quotes.

Linda has just delivered the final copy of the manuscript for publishing with Bookbaby!

The eBook will be a series of her poetic writings titled:

“Urban Pen – Poetic Writings of Linda J. Wolff”

  • Volume #1 – Time Pieces
  • Volume #2 – Awakening
  • Volume #3 – Voyage

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It will contain some of her poetry from WordPress Urban Poetry 2017 website and her other blog AttitudeBomb.

In addition to her writing, Linda is an artist. Sketching, Digital, and doodling art are of her favorites.
Where she is transforming her digital designs into unique wearable digital street art handbags and accessories.
CONNECT WITH LINDA:
Contact Linda via email: linda3691@live.com
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MORE ABOUT LINDA:

Linda June Wolff has experience in social media, a blogger of Fashion Take-Out, she has been writing poetry since 2013 to present.

As a single mother living in Seattle, Washington, she is a multitasking mother of three amazing young ladies. With the passion she has to write, she shares her views on the good, the bad and beautiful through words.
 …She is an avid lover of life, nature, and a color interpreter, she believes in giving back, and “sprinkling” hope supersedes all aspects of her life, writing, and art. Also, as a creative woman, she understands the journey and process of turning her passion into a reality and a dream that so many people can achieve themselves.
HER MOTTO:
Sprinkle Hope…Hope through Art, 
Hope through Words, 
Hope through Giving.”

Awards and Accomplishments

Awarded & Rank #13 in the “Top 25 Poetry Blogs of 2017” on Feedspot.com


 

Published eBook Urban Pen: The Poetry Writings of Linda J. Wolff

eBook Urban Pen: Vol #1 Time Pieces is available on Amazon

Download from Amazon – Urban Pen: Poetic Writings of Linda J. Wolff

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138 thoughts on “About

  1. Wow, I saw the name Linda Wolff and completely missed the initial. My best friend of 43 years is named Linda Wolff (different initial) and I was so excited that she had finally visited my blog! (Why is it that those closest to us…) Anyway, I looked at saw that you are NOT my Linda Wolff but was pleased to see how many other interesting connections we have…single mothering (now grandmothering), Seattle, passion to write, lover of nature, etc.

    I’ll look forward to reading more about you.

  2. Thank you Linda for visiting my blog and liking my poem- 13 ways of looking at the rain. It’s an honor! Looking forward to learn a lot from you through your blog.

  3. Thanks for visiting my blog! You might be interested in my son’s poetry. He has 4x been listed on Amazon’s top 100 books in poetry and has a book out called “Oh Sleepur!” (deliberately misspelled) by Marty Schoenleber III.

  4. You went and done it. You went and followed Uncle Bardie’s Stories & Such. You are now one of Uncle Bardie’s Band of Merry Followers. Just so you know, Uncle Bardie’s a hoot, and he’s got quite a few whoppers in his bag of stories. Some funny, some not so funny. But all told for your entertainment. Thank you for following his blog.

  5. Seattle is a place that can provide lots of inspiration. Perhaps that is where some of yours comes from. I’ve spent a bit of time there and still have family there and up to the north.Has your love of colors taken you to the Chihuly Glass Museum? I just looked at it online and I do believe the gardens were still on the drawing board when I was there. Léa

    1. Hi, Lea! I have not been to the Chihuly Glass Museum! I will have to check it out. Most my inspiration is through life experiences, the loss. joy, happiness. I love writing about all of it in an inspiring way, bringing light to my once dismal days, with the spilling of a pen.

      1. Understood. That is what a lot of my poetry is about. One of my favorite writing quotes: “Writing is easy. You sit at the typewriter and bleed.” – Ernest Hemingway
        You can take a peek at the Glass Museum online. It is amazing.

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