As the sun shines through the windows of the den, Judith and I are enjoying a glass of Riesling and chatting about her book, Flight of the Raven.
Judith, tell us a little about yourself.
What’s your guilty procrastination secret?
I don’t procrastinate often, but when I do, I’m either reading or watching a movie.
What does your writing space look like?
I have a small writing desk (with a standing desk on rollers at the ready) in front of a bay window which affords lots of light.
What do you enjoy doing when you’re not writing?
Reading, watching classic movies, visiting historic sites, hanging out with my family, and working a part-time job at The Witch House here in Salem, Massachusetts.
What can we look forward to with your upcoming or next writing project?
I just finished The Stone Awakened—the second book of my Guardians of Erin young adult paranormal series—and turned it in to my editor. Now I’ll start writing Night of the Owl, the fourth book of my medieval romance series, The Novels of Ravenwood.
Where can we find you and your books online?
Look for Judith Sterling on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, The Wild Rose Press, Goodreads, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/judithsterlingfiction/ and on my website at https://judithmarshallauthor.com/my-books/
Let's take a peek at, Flight of the Raven.
How eager would the bridegroom be if he knew he could never bed the bride?
William the Storm isn’t a man to be gainsaid. He’ll give her protection, loyalty, and as much tenderness as he can muster. But malignant memories quell the mere thought of love. To him, the curse is codswallop. He plans a seduction to breach Emma’s fears and raze her objections. What follows is a test of wills and an affirmation of the power of love.