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Recent Reviews for Judy Griffith Gill

Whispers on the Wind (Book) - 11/4/2008 1:06:35 PM
WHISPERS ON THE WIND Staid, uptight, accountant Lenore Henning is on the receiving end of a psychic sexual seduction coming from the injured Psi Cop Jonallo who has come to Earth in pursuit of crazed drug king from his own world who has kidnapped Jonalloís scientist twin sister. Thinking she must be going crazy, Lenore tries very hard to hold on to her sanity even when she is faced with the reality of the multi-talented alien. Almost against her will she tramps up into the mountains around the cabin where she is staying and follows the voice in her head to a cave where she finds the injured Jon. There is nothing for it but to help him recover his team which he calls an Octad, and then go on to assist him as he tries to carry out his mission. She might be able to hold on to her heart if she can keep Jon from delving into the emotional baggage she has carried around for years. A marvelous story constructed with imagination and panache, Whispers on the Wind blends the right amount of romance with adventure and sets it in a future Earth where technology can do more than ours yet isnít showy or intrusive. Gillís wealth of craft talent presents itself from the first page. She gets the story racing before she attends to character development through backstory. Gillís characters reveal themselves through action and dialogue rather than through exposition or mind speak. Gill does not overload her story with action, action, action. Rather she provides opportunities for quiet time so the major characters can present themselves to one another and the reader. The psionic abilities of Jonallo and his fellow aliens can seem overpowering at times, almost to the point of turning Lenore into their victim, but Gill does solve this problem as the plot moves toward its natural and satisfying conclusion. Judy Gill is a master of storytelling craft and the reader reaps the reward of her hard work. I for one look forward to many, many more stories from this complete author. Reviewed by Nancy J. Silberstein

No Strings Attached (Book) - 11/4/2008 12:54:41 PM
NO STRINGS ATTACHED, start to finish, fluff--a fairy tale for grown-ups. (The book) makes its fantastic premise clear from the first page, and I never expected--and didn't find--absolute logical consistency in its plot. Instead, this is the book for that day when you need to escape to an untroubled world where everyone is attractive, the setting is idyllic, and the biggest problem anyone has is a meddlesome genie. Reviewed by Nancy J. Silberstein

Getting in Character; Keeping in Character (Article) - 5/11/2009 4:32:07 PM
Great information Judy appreciate it kindly. All the best to you, Gwendolyn

Getting in Character; Keeping in Character (Article) - 7/23/2008 11:16:22 AM
Hi Judy! I read the excerpt from "Getting in Character;Keeping in Character". I found that,even that little bit of info was quite helpful especially to a fellow writer. Thanks for this. I will look for your other writng. Please feel free to visit my site here in the "Den"

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