Judith Arnold

Judith ArnoldJudith Arnold can't remember a time when she wasn't making up stories. Her older sister taught her how to read and write by the time she was four years old, and she's been at it ever since.

A detour in college, thanks to a charismatic professor, led her to spend most of her twenties writing plays, which were professionally produced around the country and in Canada. But she eventually returned to her first love-prose fiction-and sold her first novel, Silent Beginnings,shortly before her thirtieth birthday. (She found out she was pregnant with her first son the same week she made her first sale. Both the book and the baby were October releases. She and her husband nicknamed the baby "Noisy Beginnings.")

Since that first sale, Judith has sold more than eighty-five novels, with more than ten million copies in print worldwide. She's been a multiple finalist for Romance Writers of America's RITA Award and the winner of RT Book Reviews Reviewer's Choice Awards for best Harlequin American Romance, best Harlequin Superromance, best Series Romance and best Contemporary Single Title Romance. Publishers Weekly named her novel Love In Bloom one of the best books of the year, and her novel Barefoot In the Grass has appeared on recommended reading lists at hospitals and breast cancer support centers.

A native New Yorker, Judith lives near Boston. She considers her sons her two greatest creations, but she's pretty proud of all her books, too.

Her Books from BelleBooks/Bell Bridge Books:

Dead Ball
The April Tree
Goodbye to All That