Chavez Doyle, Linda

linda chavez doyle

Linda is a former librarian; inspired by a lifelong love of fiction, she now writes novels. As a librarian, she wrote reviews of Spanish-language books for Library Journal and was a contributor to the handbook, Latino Librarianship, edited by Salvador Guerena. In January 2014, she published her first novel, My Doormat Days, the coming-of-age story of a young Latina. She is currently writing a second novel, set in 2010, about three Latinas whose professional and personal lives are adversely affected by the recession and the fiscal crisis occurring in the California desert city where they work.

Linda is a native of Los Angeles County, received her BA from California State University, Fullerton, and her MLIS from the University of California, Los Angeles.

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