Saturday 24th March I shall be signing copies of High Heatherton and The Orange Autumn in Waterstones at Worthing, 2pm-4pm
Saturday 2nd June I shall be signing copies of my new book, The Distant Hills, in Waterstones at Tenterden 12pm-2pm
Saturday 16th June I shall be signing copies of The Distant Hills in Waterstones at Haywards Heath, 11am-2pm
Saturday 23rd June I shall be signing copies of The Distant Hills in The Rye Bookshop, 12pm-3pm
If you can join me at any of these venues I would be delighted to meet you!
ByEmma Newellon 6 August 2017
Awsome novel! This authors work shows further depth in her story telling with new aspects to her characters personalities and attention to detail in her history. This the 4th novel I have reason is this series and it keeps getting better. An enlightening view of the history of William of Orange, I have learned a lot and enjoyed the adventures of the fictional characters weaved into this important part of history. The lead character Philip as always has my total and utter support!!!
Brought up in Lincolnshire, Judith studied Art in Leicester before moving to Sussex, where she still lives.
She is passionate about the seventeenth century and has gained much inspiration from visits to Paris and Versailles. She has written several stories based around actual events of the period, set in both England and France, and following the lives of some of the same characters.
She likes to paint, enjoys boating on the French canals and scuba diving in the Red Sea. She has helped on a local archaeological dig and enjoys exploring the ancient landscape of Britain as well as following Native American trails in the deserts of southwest U.S.A.
Judith has a blogsite, Judiththomsonblog.wordpress.com where she posts, amongst other things, a monthly blog entitled 350 years ago this month, based on the diaries of Samuel Pepys. She also has a website Judiththomsonsite.wordpress.com and is a Goodreads Author.