More About the Author
Judy Griffith Gill discovered imagination at an early age because there was little entertainment besides books, comics, and cousins in the wilderness where she grew up. She loved all three and with the latter, acted out many scenes from the books and comics. This obsession with the written word and what can be done with it led to a career in writing--well, that and a neighbor who wouldn't leave her alone if she could't hear the sound of keys clicking madly away.
Time passed and she continued to write and to sell to different publishing houses and her seventh novel found a home at Bantam's former Loveswept line and she subsequently wrote two dozen books for them plus a handful or two more for other houses including Harlequin's short-lived Love and Laughter. "I used to get huffy," she says, "when people told me my books made them laugh. That wasn't my aim, but what the heck. I can't help it, so I learned to sit back and let humor happen right along with drama and pathos. If I can make readers both laugh and cry, I figure I've succeeded. At something."
When the mid-list "died" and with it, many of her markets, she didn't let that stop her--the internet and e-books had arrived and she eagerly dove into the new medium, writing new manuscripts and having them published electronically. Futuristic romance, fantasy romance, even erotica spewed out of her computer, needing only the touch of fingers to the keyboard to release that imagination. Then, a call came from someone who'd once worked at Bantam Books, offering a chance to get her backlist up and out and professionally marketed. What and opportunity! Now, under the auspices of Open Road Integrated Media, Gill has finally put most of her Loveswept list of zany, happy romances, complete with new covers, all together along with books she wrote subsequent to her stint at Bantam.
These books are available in all electronic formats for all electronic readers, including audible. Just look for Judy Griffith Gill under the e-book section of your favorite online store and check them out for good reading and great prices. And if you laugh, or cry, please let her know on FaceBook, on Twitter, on Goodreads...wherever you like to hang out--you'll probably find her hanging out there too.