About the Three Glindas

We are three writers who met and formed a sisterhood of support as we each individually and collectively navigate our publishing journeys. We have four Master’s Degrees, seven children and four grandchildren between us. We love to write and live to love–our passions include music, cooking, baking, knitting, golf and shopping. You can find us and our available books at our personal websites, too.


Geri Krotow is a romance novelist whose debut A Rendezvous to Remember was met with critical acclaim in 2007. She has since published What Family Means and Sasha’s Dad. Geri’s fourth novel is a June 2012 release, Navy Rules, the first in her Whidbey Island series involving the love and sacrifice of military families. Geri has recently relocated with her family from Moscow, Russia to the USA. www.gerikrotow.com

Linda Cardillo is the author of the critically acclaimed novels Dancing on Sunday Afternoons and Across the Table.  After graduating from Tufts University with a degree in American literature, she worked as an editor of college textbooks and then earned an MBA at Harvard Business School at a time when only 15% of the class were women.  Armed with her Harvard degree, she managed the circulation of a magazine during its successful start-up, founded a catering business and then built a career as the author of several works of nonfiction, from articles in The New York Times to books on marketing and corporate policy.  She later went on to teach creative writing at Drew University and the Hilltop Writing Retreat before her debut novel, Dancing on Sunday Afternoons, launched Harlequin’s Everlasting Love series.  She is currently working on her fifth book, a work of historical fiction set in 16th-century Italy. Visit her at www.lindacardillo.com

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