“Hannah Linder dazzles with a timeless voice. I predict she’ll become a staple in the Regency fiction genre.”

—Caroline George, award-winning author of Dearest Josephine (Thomas Nelson, HarperCollins) 

HANNAH LINDER resides in the beautiful mountains of central West Virginia. Represented by Cynthia Ruchti with Books & Such Literary Management, she writes Regency romantic suspense novels filled with passion, secrets, and danger. She is a four-time Selah Award winner, a 2024 Carol Award finalist, a 2023 Angel Book Award third place winner, and a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW). Her latest novels, Beneath His Silence, When Tomorrow Came, Garden of the Midnights, and The Girl from the Hidden Forest released with Barbour Publishing.

In way of career, Hannah is an international and multi-award-winning graphic designer who specializes in professional book cover design. With a Graphic Design Associates Degree under her belt, she designs for both traditional publishing houses and individual authors, including New York Times, USA Today, national, and international bestsellers (hannahlinderdesigns.com). She is also a self-portrait photographer of historical fashion. 

When Hannah is not writing, she enjoys playing instruments—piano, guitar, ukulele, and banjolele—songwriting, painting still life, walking in the rain, square dancing, and sitting on the front porch of her 1800s farmhouse. Her greatest desire is to please her Savior and to write in a way that glorifies and uplifts Him.