Juliet Mofford has been researching, writing and teaching about the 17th century and the Salem Witch Trials for 30 years. A professional historian and museum educator, she developed and directed many programs for adults and students. Abigail Dane Faulkner was the heroine of "Cry Witch!-The Andovers Remember 1692," a community play she scripted and produced in 1998 & 1999 under Massachusetts Cultural Council Grants. Like Abigail, Julie lived in Andover, MA where more people were arrested and confessed to witchcraft than from any other town in New England.
Her 2nd historical novel on Kindle "Captain Redlegs Greaves - A Pirate By Mistake" is based on the life of her husband's 17th century Caribbean ancestor, whom she discovered and researched while living in the West Indies.
She also has two children's books currently for sale on Amazon Direct Publishing.
"Polio War" is a memoir but narrated by a 9 year old girl who is hospitalized with F. D.R.'s crippling disease during World War II. It is filled with nostalgic references to life on the Home Front during the 1940s and the sadness of losing a son in World War II.
"The Mail-Order Puppy" is a humorous & heartfelt family story about a third grader whose brother obtains an mischievous Irish Setter in hopes of training the dog to pull him in his wheelchair. It takes place in the 1940s when it was common to ship pets via railway express, decades before Animal Rights agencies and internet shopping.
Juliet holds a degree from Tufts University and pursued graduate studies at Boston University and in Europe. She taught American Studies and English in Japan, Puerto Rico, and Spain. Two of her books received national awards from the American Association of State & Local History. She maintains a presence on Face Book and Linked-In and can be reached at TMOFFORD@GWI.NET and/or email@example.com.