Author

In the Pink for Pink Baby Alligator

Judith A. Barrett lives in rural northern Florida with her husband, 2 dogs, 2 roosters, 60 hens, abundant wildlife, wild birds, and beautiful butterflies. She has named all of her chickens, and they answer to their names.  To her husband’s amazement, she has not named all the wildlife, birds, and butterflies. Yet.

Two of her books, THE GIRL WHO SAW CLOUDS, YA Fiction, and PINK BABY ALLIGATOR, Children’s Book, are Semi-Finalists in the Florida Writers Association 2018 Royal Palm Literary Award competition in their respective genres.

 

Her newest novel, THE GIRL WHO SAW CLOUDS, is a YA/Adult novel. It’s a story of survival and family. The main character, Aimee Louise, a fourteen-year-old with autism, sees revealing clouds in the place of faces and facial expressions. The story appeals to adults because it is a story of survival during difficult times of technology failure. Chilling.

PUBLISHED by Wobbly Creek, LLC. Choose either the paperback or ebook on Amazon.  Link for The Girl Who Saw Clouds on Amazon

Her new novella, SWEET DEAL SEALED, is a story of bartering and sweet deals. The main character is a nice lady who is a retired school teacher, owner of a doughnut shop, and a convicted felon. The young boy she befriends disappears. Can she find him in time?

PUBLISHED by Wobbly Creek, LLC. Choose either the paperback or ebook on Amazon.  Link for Sweet Deal Sealed on Amazon

Her children’s book, PINK BABY ALLIGATOR, was published in 2016 by Marcinson Press and is available on Amazon.

Another novel is in the works, I ALWAYS WANTED TO BE A SPY.  It’s a standard detective story without the stereotypic detective and with a little extra imagination thrown in. Imaginary Standard.

Her blog – QuickJAB  – shares her trials and joys of writing.

Her blog – FlatRose  –  follows the travels of Rose and her friends.

Her farm blog – Good for the Corn  – shares her adventures and joys of life in the country.

 

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