"JUDY'S STORIES" CHANGE OF SCHEDULE!Some adjustments in this weekend's scheduled public readings ... check out the Takin' It To The Seats" Tab for the new schedule.
The session at King's Books as part of the Tacoma Swans Day Celebration is still a GO! Click Here to learn more!
SPECIAL PROMOTION OF REFLECTIONS FROM THE GOLDEN WHEEL STARTS FRIDAY!
In recognition of Sunday's Swans Day event and its efforts internationally to celebrate the creative spirit of Women and raise consciousness (and funds) to combat violence against Women, Reflections from The Golden Wheel will go on a special promotion. For three days only, beginning Friday, the Kindle edition will be available to download for FREE! Tell you friends and family -- share this special deal with any one and everyone you think might enjoy it!
HERE'S WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT A TRIO OF IRISH TALES...
"Judith Cullen's skills as a story teller and voice actress are obvious in these Irish tales. There is nothing as an engaging as a good story shared by a great story teller. If you have never had the opportunity to hear Cullen perform her work, I'm sorry. I imagine she will one day record these stories for you to hear in her own voice. In the meantime, I recommend reading them aloud to yourself and your friends. Seriously, these tales demand to be heard! Even read silently to oneself, these tales are engaging as well as touching. I love them!" ~ Stephanie
"I imagined these tales being spoken aloud as I read them and how delightful it would be to hear the author's voice in the telling. I was pleasantly surprised at the mix of modern and ancient in the tales' settings and enjoyed how well the phrasing suited both eras. I am looking forward to future tales told by this author (and hoping for an audio book of the collections!)" ~ KFD
And from enthusiastic readers in the UK ...
"Three short stories, all based in an Ireland. that exists half in reality, half in myth: The clash between a sulky teenager, umbilically connected to his laptop, and an older kind of game-player; the beautiful sense of continuity in a family's connection with its place on the land, and a walk in the mist that nearly takes someone through the veil between realities that is still so present in Ireland, all evoke an Ireland that all with Celtic blood recognize and long for." ~ CASB
"A wonderful trio of atmospheric tales from a writer who really is a great storyteller. It is a pleasure to read someone who truly understands the short story." ~ John
COMING IN MAY ...
~ A Trio of Cat Tales
~ A Trio of Tales Told by My Father