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We had a ghost in our 1790's house in upstate NY, perhaps a relative of James Thurber's famous ghost.

Background Information

A varied group of favorite authors and composers: T. H. White, Mary Renault, Gore Vidal, Margaret Irwin, M.C. Barnes, Elizabeth Goudge, Ray Bradbury, George McDonald, Robert Graves, Frances Hodgson Burnett, ETA Hoffmann. Classical and Romantic music, up until the 1900's, early German and French operas, Mozart, Beethovan, Haydn, & 50's-60's-70's rock'n'roll, psytrance, and operas by John Adams.

Birth Place
Springfield, OH USA

Nominated for Frankfurt e-Book Awards by London Literary e-Publisher, Online Originals, 2000.
Juliet Waldron appears in "Writer's Digest Publishing Success", November, issue, Motivation section.
Winner, First Independent e-Book Award for fiction given at the prestigious 7th Annual VA Festival of the Book, March, 2001 for "Mozart's Wife". Winner, 2003 Epic Best Historical, for "Genesee".

"Mozart's Wife" published again by Hardshell Word Factory, perhaps the oldest e book publisher, as was "Independent Heart." These books are both currently available at B&N and Amazon.

"Genesee" wins EPIC Best Historical.
"Independent Heart" companion story to "Genesee" published by Hardshell Word Factory.

I was a panelist on the subject of characterization at the first Historical Novelist's (American) Conference. At the second conference, held in Albany, I gave a talk on "Independent Women of New York," an exploration of the unique cultural traditions which made New York a breeding ground for the women's movement.

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"Genesee" is the story of a young woman caught between two worlds. Her mother, a Dutch runaway, dies at her birth, her father a proud Iroquois warrior. Abducted from the Indians by her Uncle, Genesee grows to womanhood, torn between loyalties. Scorned by many of her Dutch relatives, she wonders where she will find her true "home." When a handsome West Indian immigrant begins to court her, it seems as if her dreams have come true, but will they survive the Revolution's bloody frontier battles? "Independent Heart" is a romance/road/war/adventure story, set during the American Revolution. Angelica, a Dutch heiress attempts to make her way from British New York City back to Albany during the worst of the fighting along the Hudson Valley. Jack, who claims to be an ex-cavalry officer, gallantly offers to help her home. With a brutal fortune-hunter pursuing her, bandits, Indians and opposing armies in the way, Angelica has little choice but to put her trust in Jack, who, she quickly realizes, may not be exactly who he says. Short story, part of the "Mozart Duetto," "Fraulein Gottlieb Remembers" published by ByGone Days, an e-zine dedicated to historical short fiction. Also on "Mozart's Wife" is now only available through

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