LT TAYLOR spent her youth in the Golden Triangle of Texas (Beaumont-Port Arthur-Orange). She earned a BBA degree from Lamar Tech, Beaumont, Texas, before joining Delta Air Lines as a stewardess. Fast forward 30 years, and she earned an M.Ed. degree from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Belton, Texas. She worked as a teacher, writing trainer for teachers, and principal for more than 32 years at various school districts in Texas. She has written curriculum books published by C&L Correctional Educational Systems a division of Don't Choose Crime, Inc., which are out of print. Taylor received National Teacher of the Year from the National Juvenile Detention Association and the Outstanding Educator Award from the Williamson County Juvenile Services. Her website, LindaTaylorOnAging.com, continues the conversation about her book, AGING OUT LOUD. Her passion is "we need each other," and her straight forward style of writing leaves no doubt about the necessity for human connections. She resides in North Richland Hills, Texas.