Judith Marshall is a third generation native Californian, born St. Helena, California and raised in Concord, CA. Although fiction, her debut novel "Husbands May Come and Go but Friends are Forever" (winner of the Jack London Prize awarded by the California Writers Club) is informed by the author's own experiences. She, too, has experienced the devastating effects of being laid off, losing a dear friend and has been blessed with the friendship of a group of women she has known since high school.
A mixture of hilarity and heartbreak, this story is a celebration of fresh hopes, second chances, and the anything-but-simple art of relationships. The book has been optioned for the big screen!
Ms. Marshall is currently at work on her second novel, Staying Afloat, the story of a devoted stay-at-home wife and mother who morphs into a sex-starved adulteress.
For more information, visit www.judithmarshall.net