More About the Author
"Not all who wander are lost." Juliet Waldron earned a B. A. in English, but has worked at jobs ranging from artist's model to brokerage. Twenty-five years ago, after the kids left home, she dropped out of 9-5 and began to write, hoping to create a genuine time travel experience for her readers. "Mozart's Wife" won the 1st Independent e-Book Award and still, many years later, garners high praise. I've recently published "My Mozart" which is the companion novel, a passionate story of love and madness told by a young fan. "Genesee," set during the American Revolution won the 2003 Epic Award for Best Historical. Juliet is delighted that both books are again available from Amazon and Books We Love. A historical romance set in German country, PA, "Hand-me-Down Bride," published by Second Wind Publishing, is based on the immigration story of a great grandmother. "Red Magic," a romantic adventure set in 18th Century Austria, tells the story of a spoiled, proud young woman who has to grow up fast when she's forced into a marriage with a man she despises. Her latest novel, "Roan Rose" is a medieval novel "owed" to the last Plantagenent King since the day she was introduced to him by reading "The Daughter of Time," more than fifty years ago.
She enjoys playing doorwoman for cats, long hikes, reading about history and archeology, and making messy gardens with native plants. She rides behind her husband of forty-nine years on his bucket list bike, a Hyabusa. Three granddaughters, one all grown up, make her incredibly proud.