Entries by Judith Sanders

Judith Speaks to Leland NC Rotary

Up at the crack of dawn on 25 October, Judith discussed publishing, self-publishing, and her latest novel, “In His Stead (A Father’s War)” with members of the Rotary Club of Leland, NC.  Invited by artist and art-framer, George Murray of Murray Art Studio, Judith shared insights and anecdotes with the crowd.  It was an enjoyable […]

Praise Surges for In His Stead A Father’s War

I am humbled by the wonderful things being said about “In His Stead”.  Check out these blogs… CMash Loves to Read posted my guest blog and wrote:  “I knew I had to share this with all of you.” (CLICK HERE) Confessions of a Psychotic Housewife talks about the main character, Thomas Lane:  “This man might be […]

In His Stead Due out in November

Judith Sanders announced today that IronWord Press, LLC will publish her latest novel, In His Stead (A Father’s War), in November. Three years in the making, In His Stead is A Tale of Redemption and the Power of a Father’s Love The cause of war may have changed since America’s conception. But the loss of […]

“One Bird-flu Over the Coockoo’s Nest”

On 21 December 2011 the world became a more dangerous place. My co-author, Dr. Frank Malinoski has this to say: On that date we learned that a science article was to be censored (see NYTimes article here). Historic and unprecedented, yes. And Tony Fauci, head of the US NIH is quoted as saying that some […]

Ebony Book Club Event

Judith and her Crescent Veil co-author Dr. Frank Malinoski spent a wonderful evening recently with the members of Wilmington’s Ebony Book Club.  What wonderful and insightful discussions around Crescent Veil, my motivation for writing, and the history of biological weapons.  The fellowship, friendship, and dinner were awesome. I can’t wait to share the sequel with this […]

CONTAGION (the movie): Wash Your Hands (OF IT!!!)

It was the night before the 10th anniversary of 9/11, the anniversary of not only the horrible attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, and the plane crash in rural Pennsylvania, but also the anniversary of the date on the note inside the ANTHRAX LETTERS. So what better thing to do than go […]

Unknown Soldier, Unknown Service

A friend reminded me the other day that we have a novel generation gap emerging related to “war as a part of life” here in America.  Clearly, every generation has been exposed to war and the causes that motivated men (and now women) to become soldiers as a way to define and defend America. Since […]