Judith Gould’s Guest Book

I’d love it if you’d sign my Guest Book and become part of my “family of friends.” This way, I can keep you updated on all my latest novels of mystery and suspense in advance of their publication.

Hello There! Some time ago...I discovered who was behind Judith Could,and I was ever so surprised...that there were Two Lovely People behind al Those Fantastic Books!It was on a very Grey ánd Rainy Day...when I walked into a Second Hand Book Store...and found Two of Your Books which both were a Joy too read!!How are the Two of You doing? Still living in Greece? It sure is Beautifull..I myself Lived on Rhodos for about Six Years!! Well...I do hope all is well and how is the writing going? Any New Projects? I started also to write a Book,some Time ago..but it is still not Finished! For now...warmest of regards! Stay Happy and Healthy ánd enjoy LIFE!!!
Written by Grace Johan
2010-05-24 14:06:03
Wunderful books, Bravo......... keep them coming
Written by Kamal Fraser
2010-04-20 05:38:25
1 week ago a buy a book named ,, Till the end of time,, in Bulgaria, in some very funny way it was second hand book and i buy it for some very funny money,when i started to read it i realise that the book have a big price.It is very wonderful book,exciting...especially the part when Leonie discovers that her frinend and ex.husband are lovers that was for me the culmination.I think that i will be very happy if i see this story in a movie is a realy great story.Greetings from Viktorija and Macedonia.
Written by Viktorija
2010-03-12 11:06:17
Hello I was given the books Dazzle and Sins for my birthday recently, I have since read both and I found them to be very exciting books to read. I was also surprised to find out they are written by men. Thank you for sharing your stories, adn I now plan to get more of your novels. Happy New Year
Written by Michael Wagner
2009-12-31 20:44:57
When is your next novel due and what is the title?
Written by maryann fox
2009-10-22 11:29:54
love you uncle rhea! miss you alot face book me got some cool pics of the fam and all. David
Written by david gallaher
2009-10-20 18:59:40
Hello Dearest Nick and Rhea! Some Weeks ago..on a very Sad and Rainy Day..I stopped by a Second Hand Book Store and that is when I saw Your Novel SINS! As I always read before getting into the Night..I was completely swept away,and could just imagine every page,like being just there! I wandered though...how it was ever so possible,for a Woman ( As that is what I thougt was the writer ) to have such a great art of writing!Taking You to Places,which some of them,I even Visited a long time ago!It truely is a Great Story and written fantasticly!!Then...to my great Joy...I found once more,in the same Store Your Book ..FOREVER!! and once more,You are lifting me up and taken me away to other places,and in doing so,just helping to forget my missery! Today,I just was Curious...IF You where on the Internet and to my delight..I did found You..and so I am sending You this Mail! I would Love to purchase the Book You wrote which takes Place in Greece! I just left Greece Two Years ago...living there for almost Six Years...and I do have Vivid memories to some of the Islands You are showing on Your Site! I went to Greece,for my Sister was living there and to try to Finish my Book...which I started some Years ago..but unfortunally...I just lost all inspiration! But who knows??? Well,this was it for now....I do wish You both for all the Years to come..GOOD HEALTH and HAPPINESS and please...do keep surprising ALL of Your FANS by never to stop Amazing us by Your mesmorizing writing!! TAKE CARE and ALWAYS be SAFE!!! With the best of Regards,Sincerly GRACE JOHAN! The NETHERLANDS!!!
Written by Grace Johan
2009-09-20 10:29:16
Please add my name on the email updates list. Thanks. cks2629@comcast.net
Written by Cathy Smith
2009-08-06 20:26:56
I have just discovered your great books. I just finished "Till the End of Time". It was so good,I wished it would go on and on.Sam and Leione were ment for each other. Just loved it.
Written by Maxine Fultz
2009-06-29 16:49:57
I am known as a book-addict. I have read thousands of books in my life. However, "Sins" left such an impact on me that I hold on to it as if my life depends on it. After I finished reading "Sins" (years ago), I wanted to share it with everyone that I knew. As a result, I bought three extra copies, gave to my friends, and asked them to read and to keep passing them on to everyone that I knew at the time. "Sins" is one of my favorite books of all time. Reading "Sins" made me want to read each and every book that you have ever written. And so far I have read most of them and loved them tremendously.
Written by Beauty Nezi-Mosley
2009-05-09 18:07:09
I have recently started reading one of your novels "The Texas Years" from "The Love Makers Trilogy". It was my mums books but she gave them to me to read and I really enjoy it. I must admit I cried in a few parts of the first novel. And so I plan on reading other novels that you have written on future. Cheers!
Written by Reah-faith
2009-04-17 09:04:30
hello..im asnai live in india from a place called ahmedabad nd let me tell u it is very dfficult to come across a novel by foreign authors in d public library..but i found "the best is yet to come" somehow..nd mind u i loved it.den searched d entire net to find out who judith gould was..nd im thoroughly surprized by ur identity though.coz uptil now i felt only a woman can portray another one so completely..
Written by asna
2009-04-03 10:13:54
I loved your book Time To Say Goodbye. I enjoyed so much the story as I could relate to it as I also collect shells. I call them my flowers from the sea.
Written by Elena F. Fals
2009-03-05 13:52:51
I love your stories I read them all the time
Written by LeeAnn
2009-03-04 08:33:34
Hi Judith! Just wanted to state again that you were an absolute delight at that writerspace party. *still looking for those hipwaders* ;) On a major search for the backlist now, and going shopping for the new ones. Mary f P.S. You were right Jolene!
Written by Mary Froelich
2009-02-17 03:59:20
Hi Ms Judith.. so glad you stopped by writerspace last night...what a fun time, and you were charming and fun as ever. Now dont go disappearing anymore..lol.. hope there is another hot awesome book in the works, and i have Greek Winds of Fury in my hands ready to read after work today..((HUGS)) and best wishes..and of course Happy Valentines Day..
Written by Jolene
2009-02-12 08:25:09
I had a great time "meeting" you at the Writerspace Valentine Soiree tonight and your sense of humor was the best. That is one of the things that I look for in an author. I have not read your books before, but I definitely will now. I usually read an author in order of publication, but I think I will start with your latest release this time. Thanks for the conversation! Witty, friendly authors are the best!
Written by Joyce Hadley Hoelzer
2009-02-11 23:02:19
Another best seller! You just keep on getting better. I enjoyed reading your website. As a fellow resident of the upper Hudson Valley, I was pleased to read that you enjoy living here as much as my husband and I do. Get back to the desk.
Written by speedy
2009-02-09 09:08:02
David and I attended one of the last christmas parties at Bill Clerks house in Malden Bridge. It was a wonderful evening and I remember meeting you and Nick. This morning we were talking about Bill and decided to google to see what would come up. Judith Gould was one of the sites. I smiled while navigating the site, especially the photo albums, bios and recipes. All the best, Iliana
Written by Iliana Ferguson
2009-01-19 13:24:55
Oh you bad bad authors, you, keeping me--us readers--entrance over your lastest gem GREEK WINDS OF FURY. Finally it will see the light of day very soon. Thank you for sharing chapter eight. It was just the fix I needed until I get my hands on a copy, which, BTW, will definitely be a keeper, just like your 17 other novels. Martin
Written by Martin
2008-11-26 21:53:01
Hi Judith I have always been a fan of yours!!!! Love, love, love your site. Myself and my sister put up a little blog mercuranyc.blogspot.com and it would be so superbly blazing to hear from you again. How can I comment, except your story and your life is suvh a story you can feel it in the pages. Lotsofluv Merrilee
Written by Merrilee L. Cohen
2008-11-26 06:52:48
Fascinating reading. My, what adventures, especially since I got to know you in an entirely different context. Its like opening a box in the attic and finding hidden treasure you never knew existed
Written by Bob
2008-08-03 06:07:59
2008-07-03 08:21:21
I love your books. You are a star!
Written by Miriam Kasibante
2008-06-29 07:10:14
i reall enjoy reading your books.there romantic and fun to read.keep up the great work.
Written by heidi
2008-06-01 23:48:28
what a surprise reading your bio, i began reading your books sometime ago and was wondering why there was no info on you as judith gould, i love the books and cannot wait for more, i can at last keep up with my reading now i have a computer.i can not wait too tell my friends who usually have the books after i am thru, june
Written by june parman
2008-04-22 15:08:21
I enjoyed meeting you!
Written by Andrea Langdon
2008-04-01 18:43:18
ive read both dreamboat and the secret heiress, and i couldnt put them down. Im looking into other books now. They were amazing!
Written by melissa
2008-03-06 19:01:11
Hi Guys, how are you? Usually you have a new book out in October, but I haven't read or heard anything? Will we be seeing a new one soon????? Hope so. Tone
Written by Tone
2007-10-08 15:34:34
Hi, my name is Jennifer, I am 35 years old and I absolutely LOVE your books. I think my favorites are "Rhapsody" and "The Best is Yet to Come". I was happily stunned to discover that "Judith Gould" is a pseudonym for you two gentleman, but I have to say that I always wondered why there was never a photo of "Judith Gould" on the backs of the books. You are such gifted writers that when a new book comes out, I don't even need to read a review of it; I just buy it right away since I know it will be great and I have not been disappointed yet. Please keep on doing the brilliant work you are doing and I cannot wait for the next book.
Written by Jennifer
2007-10-03 11:52:43
What is the title of your next book and when will it be published, also when will you update your website - i.e. news, goings on, travels for 2007/2008?
Written by maryann fox
2007-09-24 20:40:52
i love ur novel!!
Written by miss violeta
2007-09-02 01:01:54
look forward to the guest book and contests and want to be a member. read the latest novels and also share some of my own. my name would be water lily and grace. thanks
Written by Barb Wild
2007-08-22 01:57:14
Written by cathie stickna
2007-08-21 22:35:21
Hello, Your site is great. Regards, Valintino Guxxi
Written by Valintino
2007-08-21 08:20:11
2007-05-21 07:24:22
I am reading DREAMBOAT and I love it, can't wait to read your other books!!! And I love the fact that you have DOGS!!! Mine would rather eat your books, but I won't let that happen. Keep up the GREAT work and KEEP the pen flowing!! Love, Jeannie
Written by Jeannie
2007-05-17 23:42:51
Hello, Your site is great. Regards, Valintino Guxxi
Written by Valintino
2007-05-17 18:32:07
Just dropping a note to say hi and to let you know that I'm waiting eagerly for your next published baby to hit the printers. Martin
Written by Martin Boucher
2007-05-16 03:24:43
I like your website and i like reading your books.
Written by Bettye Short
2007-05-06 16:51:36
you write nice books and I can't help reading more though i don't have money to buy every book by judith gould. But honestly I am so shocked about the story of judith gould, i fantasied and now i feel like i have been betrayed
Written by ndilimeke
2007-04-23 04:52:55
The real story is better than the fiction. These are very intertaining novels. Now I know why they make me uncomfortable. However delightful and fascinating the heroines are, they are really not ladies. They are just pretending. Still the novels are fun and I did enjoy them. Look forward to reading more. These are great romantic escapes. XAIPE!
Written by Reylari
2007-03-15 16:09:00
I read "Sins" a long time agao and have always loved it, reading it a few times over the years. I recently stumbled across "The Parisian Affair" and thoroughly enjoyed it. I can't wait to read "Dreamboat."
Written by Anne
2007-02-01 10:15:39
Hi, Judith. I am from south korea and I found your book (love-makers) from an used-book store when I had a visit to Austraila a few years ago. I am 23, and it means you've written that book - love-makers - when I was only 3 or 4 years old. I, by accident, got to know this website, and now I am really glad to. Honestly, I am not an English speaker, so I couldn't say I totally understood your writing - even though I read the book from 1st page to the last page and I was touched - but I really loved your book! And from now I am gonna find other books of yours to read! Anyway, thank you for writing lovely books!! bye!
Written by Danielle Da-jeong song
2007-02-01 04:34:41
I have found your books: Parisian affair; Dreamboat; The Best is yet to come very interesting; informative and to be completed in one go. Please keep it up and write more interesting novels with India as the background in future.
Written by Dr.G.S.G.Ayyangar
2007-01-21 11:15:28
Hi Judith: I just read The Secret Heiress and truly enjoyed the read and the book. I have read most of your other books and enjoy both your locales and characters. I also live in New York state near Corning and Ithaca and visited in-laws when they lived near Hyde Park. Sorry you had such a problem trying to purchase property in Greece. Their loss in our gain. Hope you continue writing as I always look for your books. Thanks again for the wonderful read. I invite you to visit Corning this year and attend the LPGA in May. You may not like golf but you will appreciate the skill of the lady pros if you have never attended an LPGA golf match. I am the only James Haley in Beaver Dams NY and invite you for lunch at one of our lovely local wineries during LPGA week. My Wife and I are avid readers and I will try to introduce her to your books.
Written by Jim Haley
2007-01-09 22:30:48
Your prizes in your monthly contest are fabulous! However, I can't find the *submit* button!!! There was no way for poor little me to enter! Boo-hoo!!! And I have to say your dogs and your gardens are sooo gorgeous! Maybe next month I will find that wacky entry button!
Written by cmflan122@gmail.com
2006-12-31 09:37:30
Hi... I just finished "Dreamboat" & enjoyed it very much. It kept me guessing all the way through as to who the "bad guys" & "good guys" were. I did, however, have a couple of problems along the way. I don't understand, for instance, how two good friends (or so they seem to have been) could go away together & end up virtually hating each other - for no apparent reason - as in the case of Jenny & Crissy. The other issue I have, quite frankly, is a bit more serious, for lack of a better word. I've been on 4 'major' cruises in the last 3 years & would never ever think of acting the way Crissy & Luca did; after all, you have no idea who you're dealing with on a cruise ship, if the person is honest & where else he/she has been. Furthermore, as much as I love happy endings, can you really believe that these 2 people fell in love with each other, wanted to get married & spend the rest of their lives together? I sincerely doubt it!!! Just a couple of thoughts! Take care & happy holidays, TERRI...
Written by Terri Spiegel
2006-12-28 10:03:52
Have a Happy Holiday Season
Written by Jackie Wisherd
2006-12-18 18:25:32
HI, Just wanted to say that the Secret Heiress was yet another Judith Gould work of art... what an awesome read... hope to catch you at the writerspace halloween chat tomorrow night..always a lot of fun.. ((HUGS))
Written by Jolene Fehr
2006-10-28 11:49:27
Hello from cold Montreal, you two. Just a note to say I totally enjoyed your latest, "The Secret Heiress". Once again, you managed to impress me with your imagination and sense of style. Your Adriadne character was the ultimate heroine (OK, Niki was cool too--in her own way). As usual, I will look forward to your next delivery. Sincerely, Martin
Written by Martin Boucher
2006-10-13 00:32:24
I love, love love all your books and can not wait for the next one to come out. I also reread my favorites which would be The Best Is Yet To Come and The Parisian Affair. Keep thos great books coming! Karen in New Hampshire
Written by karen laliberty
2006-08-07 11:37:06
A message in response to Sue Pepin's regarding the lack of portection against pregnancy and aids in Judith Gould's books. I'm only 16, and i've been reading Judith's books for around a year now, along with Jackie Collins, both of which i don't think i've ever come across the mention of a condom. However, i personally don't think this is going to send out negative messages to teens, as i am one myself. I know that these are simply fictionally books and that in the real world it would risky to do the things the characters sometimes do. I think in a story it is not necessary to include such minor details, when people are aware it is infact fiction and that in real life it would be somewhat different. Although, if teens are not aware of just how important it is to protect themsevles, and percieve from such books that these women never seem to get pregnant, then i can understand the point being raised. I believe teenagers should be more careful, but i do not feel that Judith would need to include the mention of protection during every sex scene, as i personally do not feel this would make any difference.
Written by Kimmie
2006-07-20 14:07:25
Hi Have read most of your books and like many of your readers was a little curious as to the lack of glossy photo or info! Somehow was imagining a very glam glossy 'dolly bird'! I just finished The Greek Villa for the 2nd time and read you spend part of the year in Greece, I lived on the Greek Islands for 8 years and was intrigued as to where this 'dolly bird' would chose to live in Greece? Amazingly to find the books are written by 2 guys! Brilliant, someone will be making a movie of you guys soon if not already! Anyway, also had a question on the Greek Villa, it sounds as if Page 329 was a bit before the revelation from Tracey! (I don't want to put in too much info incase it spoils it for some who has not yet read the book)! Am going to go and re read Sins and all the other books and see if there is any evidence they are not written by a moman! Congratualtions Looking forward to your next release! Niki ps if you ever need any info on which islands to go to just ask me!!
Written by niki montes de oca
2006-06-30 18:39:09
What an absolute thrill! Time has been a gentleman to you both, as you are looking as GLAMOREXIC as ever!!! I send you all my love..... always. Love, mike
Written by Michael "tuffmike" Achille
2006-06-14 19:32:02
Written by Madeline Jaaskela
2006-06-12 11:35:36
We love your books at the Richland County Public Library, Columbia, SC Cooper Branch and recommend them to lots of people. Would never have guessed who the authors really were, keep the books coming.
Written by Lucy Harney
2006-05-18 16:49:11
I just discovered your books and I love them and can't get enought, keep writing and I will keep reading!!! Thanks alot and keep up the good work!!! Sincerly Anna Harris
Written by Anna Harris
2006-05-01 12:24:41
Holy smokes!!!!!! never in all my years of reading and loving Judith Gould books would I ever have imagined that you guys are Judith! I just thought "Judith" was a very private person and did not want her info out there. I have read and loved all your books- my favorites are Love Makers (read that one three times ) and Sins ( twice). Hope you are enjoying your work as much as we readers do! Keep up the good work. Sincerely, Arlene Holy smokes!!!!!! never in all my years of reading and loving Judith Gould books would I ever have imagined that you guys are Judith! I just thought "Judith" was a very private person and did not want her info out there. I have read and loved all your books- my favorites are Love Makers (read that one three times ) and Sins ( twice). Hope you are enjoying your work as much as we readers do! Keep up the good work. Sincerely, Arlene
Written by Arlene
2006-03-15 20:30:31
Dear N & R, I wrote a short review at Amazon for your so-enjoyable TOO DAMN RICH novel. I hope you like it. Martin
Written by Martin Boucher
2006-02-20 23:48:21
Just wanted to say thanks for the chat last night at the Valentines Soiree..you guys are such fun and quite the flirts..haha.. cant wait for October for the new release..i will be first in line that day.. keep em coming...Happy Valentines Day N and R...
Written by Jolene
2006-02-13 08:33:11
Judith- I was the winner of the boo boo prize, and I apprecited it very much. Awesome person, and writer. Take care. Booker
Written by booker
2006-02-12 22:35:05
I appreciate the update, N & R. For a moment there I thought you guys had ventured into the VC Andrews pseudonym world, since one of "her" novels is called MELODY. As for the 12th, I sure will try to make it. Peace, Martin
Written by Martin Boucher
2006-02-10 13:17:33
FROM JUDITH GOULD TO MARTIN BOUCHER: Sorry, even the inestimable Ms. Gould can make a mistake. I checked my files and MELODY is indeed a Judith Gould novel; it's a Spanish translation of RHAPSODY. Sorry for giving you the wrong info. Hope to "see" you at the writerspace Valentine's Soiree on the 12th. There'll be gobs of Gould prizes being given away at random by Cissy. From Ms. Gould? The following: 2 Amazon.com and 2 Barnes and Noble gift certificates, 2 sterling silver necklaces, 2 sterling silver bracelets, plus several signed books. Ms. Gould will be popping in and out at various times, so do attend! Also, "Ms. Gould" will be attending the Romance Writers of America's 26th Annual National Convention in Atlanta, from July 26 to 29! So spread the word! All the best regards, always, Judith (aka N & R)
Written by
2006-02-07 01:01:31
Dear Martin, You're right. MELODY is not a Judith Gould book, unless the Rhapsody title was changed somewhere among various countries, which is possible. But as you read English, I'd certainly not recommend it as a "Gould." Many thanks, and remember: the writerspace Valentine's Day soiree is coming up - and there are PRIZES to win! Best, Judith
Written by Judith
2006-01-21 21:00:59
JUDITH GOULD'S REPLY TO SUE: Dear Sue, Thanks so much for your comments about Dreamboat. I'm thrilled that you liked it, and it's a great boost to hear from someone who does after spending so many months working on it and not being sure that you've accomplished what you've set out to do. Regarding your comments about the lack of protection in sex scenes: I'm very glad you brought this up and am posting your letter so that other fans can read it on the website. (If you have any objections, let me know. I assume it's okay since the message was left in the "Public Message" section.) In any case, to respond to your remarks. This is an issue that I've brought up with editors in the past. Their response ran generally like this: "Interrupting a sex scene to have the character use a condom or discuss it - or the possibility of disease and/or pregnancy - takes the reader out of the romantic world of the novel and brings her/him down to reality." I have argued that it can be done without being disruptive to the scene if handled properly, but to no avail. I have to admit that I haven't argued the point for some time now, but your letter has given me new impetus to put my foot down about this issue in future novels. As you can see from the website, Nick and I (Rhea is responding) write the Judith Gould novels together, and we both lost a host of friends and acquaintances to AIDS in the 1980s and '90s. It got to the point, in fact, that we dreaded answering the phone for fear that it would be a friend relating a new death. We have friends now who have lived with AIDS for years and are by no means "out of the woods." So, we've seen the horrors of HIV/AIDS firsthand. Regarding teen pregnancy and disease in general, we've both been shocked to discover in the country (the Hudson Valley of New York) that there are an enormous number of single mothers, living in poverty or near-poverty, many of them children themselves, attempting to bring up children. It's not a pertty picture. We were insulated from that in New York City, while exposed to HIV/AIDS. Thanks you again for your comment. I promise you that this is an issue Judith Gould will address in future novels, even if it means going to combat with an editor. I've heard from readers who complain about the graphic sex in the novels, and I tell them that sex is a natural part of life and can be rewarding and beautiful (though certainly not always) and that readers shouldn't be given short shrift of their characters' sex lives. Now, I can make sure they know it should be safe as well.
Written by
2006-01-09 10:15:59
Loved the book "Dreamboat" and put a small note on your visitor register. Just concerned that there was no mention of using protection against Aids or pregnancy in your book, and concerned what message is going out to young women and teens - what with the Aids and teen pregnancy epidemics we have in this country. Please do your part to help emphasize protection for both of these things in your books. Thank you and will look forward to future books! S. Pepin
Written by Sue Pepin
2006-01-09 10:05:19
Loved the book, but am a little concerned that you do not mention using any type of protection for your love scenes. With the Aids epidemic (not to mention pregnancy) I think you should consider a brief mention of using something!! Concerned about what young women or teens who read the book might think about not having "safe sex" promoted in your book, especially for the promiscuous Jenny.
Written by Susan Snyder-Pepin
2006-01-05 11:25:57
I so enjoy all of your books. Have just finished The Parisian Affair which was delightful and am looking forward to starting Dreamboat in a day or two. Thank you for all the wonderful stories and hours of pleasure I get from reading your books!
Written by Carole Grace
2005-12-18 11:41:24
Just wanted to thank Judith for her books and for being a very sweet and kind person. Looking forward to more reading.
Written by Colleen
2005-12-08 12:04:59
Dear Judith. I just finished The Parisian Affair. I enjoyed the novel completely, and I quite honestly, "...could not put it down." While reading, I wondered if the character of Allegra Sheridan was autobiographical and I was intriqued to find out more about Judith Gould. I ask you now to please forgive me if this email rambles on for too long, but I felt compelled to send you this message and share these thoughts with you. While I do not read prolificalIy, I usually read classics since there are still plenty of them that I have not yet enjoyed. I was using specific criteria while I was browsing at a local book store in my search for something "different". My intention was to find something by a contemporary female author. Contemporary because I usually read older material, and by a female author because I am very interested in experiecing an adventure story from a woman's point of view. I'm really getting quite bored with the "macho" male hero character and becoming especially dissatisfied with getting everything from a male author's perspective. I was hoping to discover a forceful, independent woman hero who, instead of being the typical helpless victim with some dependable hunk at the rescue, would be the brave and strong savior of a crisis. Of course, I found exactly the qualities that I was looking for in Allegra Sheridan. In addition to Allegra, The Parisian Affair also took me to Paris, introduced me to the world of gemology, and reinforced my belief that manners, great food, beautiful gardens, expensive clothing, and high-quality everything is important and fascinating. I thoroughly enjoyed the story and all of these elements of my experience. After visiting your website, I was quite disappointed at first to discover that Judith Gould is you two guys. After all, I really was looking for something by a female author, you know. But I did enjoy your website as much as your book. And, while I was not deeply "betrayed" to learn of the pseudonym, I was particularly intrigued to discover through your website that all of your "stuff" is very much like my own. I am a skilled computer programmer and webmaster, having produced many fine websites. I am also an accomplished film historian with my degree in Film Scholarship and much experience producing educational film and video. Most of my life, I worked in the Hollywood movie business. I had served as the Exposition Manager at the Los Angeles International Film Exposition and for six years I was the Film Archivist at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. (An environment that would, I think offer a fertile source of plot for a future Judith Gould novel!) What I most enjoyed in Hollywood was cooking and entertaining for my fascinating, creative friends. While living in my Hollywood apartment, I most wanted a home of my own where I could create a restive, comforting environment as beautiful as any found in books and magazines. For six years, I had a lovely house in North Hollywood, that I completely re-modelled according to my dreams and desires. My simplest and most profound pleasure is spending an entire day working casually in my garden. Before returning north or perhaps, to northern California, I plan to spend a year in NYC to attend the French Culinary Institute. In the meanwhile, I shall continue my search for a dynamic female author while at the same time, surely continue to enjoy the novels of Judith Gould. Thank you for creating her. kind regards, ~Rodney
Written by Rodney
2005-11-25 09:44:00
i read forever about a year ago and till date it is my best novel of all time.do wish 2 some more judith gould novels.
Written by tope
2005-11-18 16:49:06
Please can you paste on your web site the British publication dates too. I don't think we have even seen The Best is Yet to Come in England.
Written by Linda Smith
2005-11-16 10:28:49
Hi Judith, I wanted to let you know i am almost done reading Dreamboat.. what an awesome book.. its hard to put down.. i had to run to town and find every book i could find but could only find Parisian Affair and i cant wait to read it too.. Id love one of your autographed photos that you talked about at the Halloween chat, to put with my book... keep em coming guys you have me hooked on Judith Gould...now just to find the books.. guess i will be scouring the internet for them... best of luck... Jolene Fehr
Written by Jolene
2005-11-03 10:42:27
It was nice to meet you at the Writerspace Chat last night. I had a look at your website and it’s lovely, very pretty and I love Mina’s picture—I’m an ailurophile and cats are just…well…little fluffballs of heaven to me. Okay, that sounds warped but my caffeine hasn’t hit yet this morning. I’ve a good friend who lives in Greece, she’s with the geological survey office (or whatever their equivalent is) over there, and she’s also a novelist, so I’ve seen lots of pictures that have convinced me that Greece is one of the must-visit places. Not to mention my interest in the remains of the Parthenon, etc. Anyway, again, nice to meet you and I’ll be looking for your books. Yasmine
Written by Yasmine
2005-11-01 11:23:28
You guys were great in the chat room. Full of witty and smart talk. I enjoyed chatting with you both . You said if I email you, and request one of your guy's autographed photo that you will send one in. So here I am, begging you to send an autographed photo to this address: __________________ __________________ __________________ And by the way. Nick is hot, too bad that I am already married . Who says I can't compliment though? And here is a photo of me (and of that husband of mine) that you guys "wanted" .... I really do like your books...they are just HOT ....and love the locations too. And the fact that you guys spend so much time in Greece...not fair. I adore Greece. I am originally from Romania, not to far from Greece..so I had the change to go over there for a few times. Loved it. Have you been to Crete yet? I got to see the Palace at Knossos which is the main attraction in Crete. It puts you in a state of bliss to walk on this palace that was built between 1900 and 1700 BC, you fall into a haze and every step you take loses it's importance in the sands in time. Stairs lead to nowhere and rooms carry vibrations that penetrate your thoughts into deep personal stories of lives that understood Knossos as the center of civilization. Even in a state of ruin you feel as if your in a labyrinth that grows from the ground. It is better to be there in the off season because all the tourist sites are dead, so you feel a sense of isolation that leads to a closer connection with the sacred site. Anyhow...I will release you now from my overbearing email. I hope you will indulge me with your autographed photos. Most sincerely, you fan Daniela
Written by Daniela
2005-10-31 12:34:06
2005-10-19 09:48:27
Subject: Re: Thank You... Date: Fri, 7 Oct 2005 13:37:21 -0500 feel free to post my email.. thats fine with me.. and thanks for the recipes.. sounds like something i could handle.. here is a recipe for one of my specialties..its a favorite at all the national guard parties... meatballs...or meatloaf... 2 pounds extra lean ground beef 1 cup of either italian style bread crumbs( i buy them in a canisterin the baking aisle at walmart) or cornflake crumbs 1/3 cup parsley flakes 2 large eggs 2 tablespoons of soy sauce 1/3 cup ketchup 2 tablespoons of instant minced onion or fresh either way works this is the basic recipe for either meatballs or meatloaf.... to finish as meatballs..heres the sauce part 1 16 ounce can of jellied cranberrys 1 12 ounce bottle of chili sauce 2 tablespoons of brown sugar 1/4 tsp of lemon juice heat til melted and pour over the golf ball sized meatballs... bake at 35 for about 35 minutes... if i do meatloaf i spread a bit of bbq sauce on top before i bake.... i will be a regular visitor on your site..i loved all the travel pictures.... some people get to live a dream life and some of us just dream of living a life...lol... sincerely Jolene Fehr
Written by Jolene Fehr
2005-10-11 07:12:12
Hi Ms Judith I just wanted to tell you that my sister and I read your books a long time ago and I remembered how great they were I'm going back to reading them getting them tomorrow an old fan Sue
Written by Sue
2005-10-10 12:59:01
Ms Judith I just read you note. Thank you for answering me that was so kind of you. You can put it in the guest book only if you want to. your old fan try to be a new one again Sue
Written by Sue
2005-10-10 12:57:12
Just wanted to thank you for a wonderful chat on NAL the other day. It was a true pleasure. I am so anxious to read your new book Dreamboat. Im sure its going to be a great hit. Thanks again and keep em coming. Hope you get a chance to try the meatloaf recipe.. the italian cheese stuffed meatloaf is great..
Written by Jolene
2005-10-09 15:50:49
Hey, it's kimmy, again! I finished reading Dazzle ages ago now, and it was amazing!!! It was like having 3 books in one really, because of the different generations, i loved it and i thought it really worked well. I've also read Time To Say Goodbye, i did think i was going to be extremeley upset at the end, because it was such a depressing story-line, but i was more shocked by the ending really, and kind of dissapointed in a way, that she didn't die with Josh, but hey, i suppose i'd have been more dissapointed with a pradictable ending!!! I think there was a live chat on here with you the other day, i had an email about it, im upset i missed it, i was at college :(. I'm starting to read 'Forever', and i must be honest - i do prefer your more recent books as appose to the older ones, but i should give it a chance, ive only read like one section. All the best, From Kimmy x x x x x
Written by Kimmy
2005-10-08 13:23:26
I just love your book SINS-have read it several times and I also have it on VHS and DVD. Will more of your books be made into films? Hope it will be a sequel to the book and that it also will be made into a movie.
Written by Vivi Aarnaes
2005-10-04 16:49:55
Dear Ms. Gould, writing to an author, is a first for me. First I want to say thanks for writing your books and keep up the good work. The first book I read was Never Too Rich, which is still my favorite. I have passed that book on to so many people. I had recently purchased it again to continue to pass it on. I noticed in the reprinting you changed the beginning of the famous Chapter 4. The originial started with Hump hump humpity hump. That was just too funny. If your publishers made you change it, they had no sense of humor. Even though I read it back in the 80's I still remember the pistol packing granny. Those characters were so colorful. Another favorite was Forever. Wow, what a trip. So after those I had gone and read everything from Sins to Til The End Of Time. I stopped there for awhile because The end of time was not adventurous like all your past novels. I imagine that's what a Harliquin novel may be like.( I love a book that has a good bitch or bastard, with a little mystery and a little romance.)Then I noticed you put out some other novels after that. I would look at the back of the book and check it out, but none of the stories sound that exciting. I bought either A Moment In Time or The Best Is Yet To Come, I'm not sure since it was a few years back. I haven't read it yet. One of these days I have to check it out. Last year I saw The Greek Villa at the library and from reading the inside cover, I could tell you were back to your original form. It was wonderful. I just started The Parisian Affair and I can tell with the introduction of Kitty Fleishman that she has the potential to be a wonderfully munipulating arrogant bitch. Can't wait to see. I wonder what you have up your sleeve for next year? Like I said earlier, keep up the good work. Take Care, Tone
Written by Tony
2005-10-03 10:37:25
Judith Gould > Hello there. > I wrote to you a while ago, congratulating you on "The Parisian Affair". > I've been doing a comprehensive writing course for about a year and > have > started my first fiction novel. > I'm finding that there are millions of writers out there! > And unpublished writers do seem to be at the bottom of the pile, > however > my question is: > What is your opinion of PublishAmerica, a publisher in the States (I'm > in Australia). They have an online site www.publishamerica.com > and they seem really good!! > I see you published "The Texas Years" with Futura. (I enjoyed this book > lots too!) > I'll bet you get lots of e-mails like this, but if you have a spare > moment, I'd really appreciate and value your expert opinion. > > Kindest regards, Christie.
Written by Christie
2005-10-03 10:24:54
I was really happy when i received your email, i just couldn't believe you'd taken the time to reply, so i'd like to thank you for doing so. Also, i take back what i said about your book "Too damn rich" i am now finding it quite interesting with the story around Kenzie and Zandra and Kenzie asking her to marry him and her turning him down, its all so gripping !!! JUst wondering if there are any books of yours that you would recomned i read? I am about to read "Dazzle" and that already sounds very interesting. Anway, are you still continuing to write books? i guess it must be such hard work, finding inspiration for them, and then having the motivation to actually sit and write them. But i just want to thank you for doing so anyway, as they have provied me with something to do other than revision for my exams recenetly, which are now over thank the lord. Well i hope to hear from you, if possible, i mean once was amazing so i shouldn't be greedy should i !!! From Kimmy xxx
Written by Kimmy
2005-10-03 10:18:52
My name is Kimmy, and i am 16, i just wanted to tell you that i have never honestly been interested in reading books, and never really enjoyed it. But i was going through a rough patch in my life earlier this year, and my nan recommended i read a book, to block out the stress and to help me "drift off into another world", anyway i gave it a go, and brought "the best is yet to come", and i have to say i enjoyed it so much that i got two of your other books out of the library, which were "a moment in time" and "rapsody". A moment in time is by far my faviourte book of yours, it has such a wonderful ending, it was such a nail bitting climax when i thought he had been killed, and so the ending was amazing when i realised he hadnt been shot, and everything worked out ok!!!! I have yet to read dazzle, which is another one i brought recenetly, and i am half way through TOO DAMN RICH, which i have to say, isnt keeping me hocked like the others, but its still interesting and getting better as i read on. Anyway, i just want you to know that you have really inspired me, as i really enjoy writting, if your ever interested in hearing an extract from the one i am writting at the moment, just to help give me some constructive criticism, thats if you have time and read the email, anyway, you can contact me at : ___________________________ I'll look forward to hearing from you maybe, all the best, from Kimmy xXx
Written by Kimmy
2005-10-03 10:14:01
Hi - I have really enjoyed Texas Born and have the third book of this trilogy - can youplease giv e me the name of the second one as my Library does not have it - thank you Jocelyn
Written by Jocelyn
2005-10-03 10:11:29
Looking forward to the next book :D love Liesel
Written by Liesel
2005-10-03 10:08:43
Thanks for the reply! I really appeciate it. Sure, you can post my email to your website. I have been to your website, and found it to be quite interesting as it was the first time I realized that Judith Gould was not a woman! Imagine my surprise.... It's amazing how well the two of you come together as "one" in your writing styles. Judith Michael, another "Judith" author I love is the same way in their writing style...they come together as one quite well. Thanks again for the inspiration. Penny
Written by Penny
2005-10-03 09:58:29
Judith- It's booker from the chat at writerspace.com chat on June 26th. I was the one that won the boo boo prize. My addess is: __________ __________ __________ Thanks so much Judith!! You are so awesome and nice.
Written by Booker
2005-10-03 09:43:41
Judith- (WRITERSPACE.COM WINNER): Just a quick email to thank you for sending the book. I really appreciate you sending one, and autographing it. Hope to talk to you in the chat room at writerspace.com -Karl (booker)
Written by Karl
2005-10-02 19:08:09
Hello, I've just finished reading your latest books "The Greek Villa" and "The Parisian Affair." I enjoyed both very much, but my favorite is "The Parisian Affair." What a story! It kept me on the edge of my seat until the last page -- and I didn't peak at the ending like some people! I'm looking forward to your next book. I hope you don't retire for a long time! Jean Thomas Winter Park FL
Written by Jean Thomas
2005-10-02 19:02:15
Hi Judith, I just had to write and tell you that I am now reading Time to Say Good-bye in Braille and as always, find it so hard to put your books down. Unfortunately many of your published books have not been narrated so cannot keep up with all your books! My seeing eye dog Kesha enjoys listening to me reading this story aloud to her. Would I be speaking out of turn by asking if you could send me one of your autographed books so I can enter it into a raffle that Kesha's guide dog school is having next May? If not, i can well understand. Cheers, Kesha and me
Written by Lillian Johnson
2005-10-02 18:50:23
I just love your books Thank you
Written by Sylvie
2005-09-01 15:27:40
I wanted to know if you wrote a book called Tigers Woman. Thanks, Cindy
Written by Cindy Quigley
2005-08-29 22:30:27
I am a fan of the books written by you guys. I like the story lines and plot. The way you describe the events and setting were really fantastic. In short, once I start I find it difficult to stop. Really great! Enjoyed reading the stories. I was glad that my buddy introduced the books to me about 2 weeks ago and so far I've read about 5 books. I will really strongly recommend books written by Judith Gould to my friends. If i were to rate the books, I will give a perfect 10. Congrates and hope you will write more books for us to enjoy.
Written by nas
2005-08-12 12:17:02
Love the books, please write lots, lots more
Written by Linda Smith
2005-08-10 07:07:26
Have been a huge fan for years and have just been visiting the website for the first time. Thank you for entertaining me with your wonderful stories which have enthralled, thrilled and delighted me for years and will no doubt do so for years to come. Liane xxx
Written by Liane Barnes
2005-07-31 15:43:13
I loved your Parisian Affair. It was filled with adventure, danger and romance. What could be a better than spending an afternoon reading that kind of book?
Written by Kim
2005-07-24 23:40:08
Dear Nick and Rhea, Just a note to let you know that the cover of your forthcoming novel DREAMBOAT is absolutely engaging, as is the description. Can't wait to get my hands on it. Best to both of you, Martin Boucher
Written by Martin Boucher
2005-07-05 13:25:57
I just recently read your book FOREVER, and I absolutley loved it. I couldn't put it down for a second. I can't wait to start reading more of your books. Keep up the great work!
Written by Angelica Guzman
2005-06-16 18:12:18
Love your books the way they are written can't get enough time to read them looking forward to hearing from you. Barry (Australia)
Written by barrygodkin
2005-05-18 00:40:26
Hey, I've just read Greek Villa. My first book by you guys (I can't believe its not written my a woman ;)), well all I can say is, you've just gotten yourself another fan.
Written by Liesel
2005-05-14 12:08:57
Hi Judith! Thank you for writing such wonderful stories. I simply have loved every one that I've read, and plan to read more now that I've found some (through this website) that I haven't read yet. I'm an aspiring writer myself, so it makes your books all that more enjoyable...to see how you weave your characters and the entire story into this exciting rollercoaster ride of emotions. Great job, and keep the books coming! Penny
Written by Penny
2005-05-02 16:40:28
I absoulutely love your books. Can't wait for the next one to come available. Look forward to reading your books in years to come
Written by Shelly
2005-04-25 13:53:16
Can't wait to read Dreamboat. When is is coming out? I loved A Parisian Affair and I am currently working on your backlist titles. Your cat is adorable! I love them too! Thanks! Janet
Written by Janet Carfora
2005-04-23 14:22:04
i think your writing is absolutely amazing. I am currently reading "Forever". Im actually doing a report paper on the book and happened to see this website. anyways i thought i'd just let you know that even young teenagers like your stuff!!!!
Written by sheila
2005-04-19 19:14:53
Written by evey giordano
2005-04-18 12:52:56
I LOVE all your books, Can you tell me when DREAMBOAT might be published?
Written by maryann fox
2005-04-09 22:23:32
A MOMENT IN TIME I won an autographed copy of this book in your Valentine contest and I thoroughly enjoyed the book. I had never read any of your work before but you are a terrific writer and I could hardly put it down. I'll definitely be reading more.
Written by Therese
2005-04-09 08:44:29
Hi Judith, I wanted to tell you how much I enjoy your books! I have been reading for many years and have recently discovered your books. I am recovering from breaking my ankle and they are such a bright spot. The first one I read was TIME TO SAY GOODBYE, it was a real tearjerker. I hated for RHAPSODY to end. I have read about six of your novels so far. I am currently reading SECOND LOVE and I will hate for it to end as well! Well, take care, keep up the good work. Your Friend, Donna Miller
Written by Donna Miller
2005-04-09 08:41:57
Hi! I just had the chance to read Forever for the first time. My husband's Nana, who is 87, gave it to me. She read it and like me loved it!!! Is this going to be a movie? It really should...:) I very much appreciate your talent for writing a story with th details of characters, backgrounds, history, etc. I will be looking for your books to enjoy at night when the family sleeps;) I just finished Forever in m hammock as my kids were busy and my spouse was out of the house for a few hours...(such a nice book for such a treasured few hours of peace adn sunshine!) :) Again, you are very talented and will look forward to catching up on reading. I had to ask if Forever is already a movie or are there plans for a movie as I would ove to take Nana to see it :) thank you for sharing your gift :) Cheryl Mee, Cape Coral, Fl
Written by Cheryl Mee
2005-04-09 08:33:28
hi there, i LOVE your books, like sooooo many! I only have six of your books, for now and i have red all of them and now i have nothing to read, your books are hard to find here in my city, i am from Ontario, Canada, but day does not go by that i think where will i look tomorrow...... i really really enjoy your books, you keep up the BEST WORK and i will do my best to find more, soon.... all the best Maria :0)
Written by Maria
2005-03-27 17:39:47
Hi, You dedicated some of your earlier books to mrs. Gladys Allison. I had a teacher by tht name at Havre de Grace High School in Maryland. Was she your teacher too? Thanks, Bruce
Written by Bruce
2005-02-09 20:19:24
Hi! I am a friend of one of your neighbors. Shannon and I went to high school together, and she has told me how wonderful you (both) are. Nice to meet you! Hello to you (and your precious pets) from South Carolina -- Amanda
Written by Amanda
2005-02-03 18:21:53
HELLO JUDITH!!!!!!!!!!! This is so weird because I just found an email where it says I could email you and I just did and just right on the same page it had your website address. I had no idea because I have been to that site before and I lost the email addy I got so I went back looking for it. Like I wrote in the email I sent you, I LOVE YOU, YOU ARE FABULOUS, FANTASTIC WRITER...........ONE OF MY FAVS. I read "Pariashia Affair" in just a week pluz school work. I just couldn't put it down. You amazes me everytime. Keep it up and I CAN'T WAIT TO READ DREAMBOAT. Love, Lydia
Written by Lydia
2005-01-29 02:07:57
Judith, Just finished The Parisian Affair and LOVED IT!!! I'm wondering whether you will be writing a book about one of the characters in it - Hilton Whitehead??? He sounds fascinating!! Please tell me you sare!!!
Written by Mary Jo Sayers
2005-01-27 00:24:29
After spending five years living in Paris, I found myself back in the States and wandering around a Barnes and Noble. Missing the City of Lights, I was immediately intrigued by the title of your book, The Parisian Affair. I was hooked from the first page! Your book helped me ease the pain of missing my adopted home town. Keep up the amazing work Nick and Rhea! Kate
Written by Kate
2005-01-25 18:51:37
I have read all of your books, and throughly enjoyed them from beginning to end. I am so glad to have found your website and been able to read information you have provided. Just keep those wonderful books coming. Lyn Ford Sydney - Australia
Written by Lyn Ford
2005-01-19 19:25:19
Hi Judith, I am a great fan and have read all your books accept your new one, can't wait for it. Just finished "The Greek Villa", loved Tracey Sullivan and found it very gripping. Just to say thanks for all your wonderful stories and please keep up your writing. Love Cynthia, Cape Town SA
Written by Cynthia Lake
2005-01-13 07:46:29
Dear Judith I have been a fan of yours for many years now, have read all of your books and love your stories. Found the last novel of yours that I have just finished "The Greek Villa', very gripping. I enjoyed the herione, Tracey Sullivan very much. Just to say thanks for wonderful stories, keep it up. Cynthia
Written by Cynthia Lake
2005-01-13 07:43:14
Have just recently been introduced to your books. Can't wait to get into the next one! and was pleasantly surprised to find your web page. Thanks for a "can't put it down" book.
Written by Gerry Funk
2004-12-22 12:58:56
My what a surprise! How wonderful this is, and very, very clever! I just completed "The Parisian Affair", and found I couldn't put the book down. I became totally swept along in a wonderfully rich plot, which I believe, would make a great movie(As do all your books). Thank you so very much for sharing of yourselves with us over the years, giving us so many hours of reading pleasure, weaving the landscapes of fantasy and dreams, and allowing us to lose ourselves in those dreams. Take care, and please, keep writing your wonderful novels! Light, Light, and Love, Christie.
Written by Christie
2004-12-09 02:38:57
Just a delightful message to all of your readers. Thank you for taking your readers to places we sometimes might not ever get to visit.
Written by noreen gartland
2004-12-07 21:53:49
Hello Judith! Well this is Megan "Moo". I just wanted to say that your website is excellent. Very impressive.
Written by Megan Bissell
2004-11-15 00:12:28
What a wonderful web site! Thank you for sharing so much of yourselves. I love your books and can't wait to read "The Greek Villa".
Written by Julianne Deans
2004-11-02 16:11:57
(THE PARISIAN AFFAIR) Thank you for a super "read." I thoroughly enjoyed the premise, plot and the characters. Certainly got a vicarious thrill with the description of the jewels. Looking forward to your next novel. I'm 82 so don't take too long. Bess Berkowitz, Boca Raton, Fl.
Written by Bess Berkowitz
2004-10-26 22:57:17
This is all just fabulous! I am enchanted with your books and pass them along to dear friends and family members who relish every word as I do. Kudos and more kudos to the best romance novels EVER! Meredith
Written by Meredith Gordon
2004-10-17 17:50:08
Hi Judith - I had a great time the last couple of days with THE GREEK VILLA. It was definitely a very interesting story and a memorable reading experience. The book was beautifully written. What inspired you to write the book? Good success with your future writings and endeavors. Have a marvelous day! Best, Mary
Written by Mary Dewse
2004-10-17 10:19:26
How nice to finally learn more about the wonderful mind (s) behind Judith Gould! Your new website has allowed me to learn so much more about my favorite author (s). And what handsome writers they are. Keep the adventures coming.
Written by Bill
2004-10-14 22:55:10
I am currently reading my first Judith Gould book, A Moment in Time, and I cannot wait to get some more to read. This is wonderful writing and hard to put down. I won't be able to stop until I have read everything she has written. Keep up the work, Ms. Gould!
Written by Brenda Talley
2004-10-13 22:46:04
Hello, Thanks for your web site and the good books.Look forward to all the new ones.Your letter was very interesting,and the pictures great.Have a great day and keep on writingthose good novels. Helen ,
Written by Helen Francis
2004-10-12 14:00:25
Hello Judith. Or should I say Hello Nick and Rhea. You guys had me fooled - and that, for more than twenty years. Chapeau! This is very cool, I have to admit. You can't believe how thrilled I was seeing your e-mail. THE Judith Gould writing me back! Of course, you will FOREVER be Judith in my heart because she is you. You made her, and she exists for millions of devoted readers out there. But I will call you Rhea and Nick from now on, as I plan on continuing corresponding with you now and then, if you don't mind. Do not worry, I will not become your Website stalker and bombard you with e-mails. I know how busy you all are. And between you and me, I have a life too. But just to say hi and to talk about another of your many novels. Or just to find out about the new pseudonym you guys will use when the time comes. Because, needless to say, I plan on continuing following your great career. Continued success, Martin P.S. I didn't know Joan Collins had the screen rights to FOREVER. I would have loved to see her in the FOREVER adaptation, playing the role of Zarah, of course. Such a shame nothing came out of it. How I miss mini-series. I'm so tired of seeing those reality shows all over. Let's hope the faze comes to an end soon.
Written by Martin Boucher
2004-10-11 13:18:02
I don't know if you'll get this, Judith, but I am a big fan of your work. My name is Martin and I'm from Montreal. I'm currently finishing up (again) your FOREVER, which, needless to say, is such a great read. I discovered you while viewing the SINS mini-series way back when it was premiering on CBS. (I'm in my late 30's - 39 actually). By the way, what did you think of the adaptation? I thought the mini-series was very good. True to the book, most of the times. I've been a fan ever since. I'm sort of new to the Web thing, and finding a Judith Gould Website was one of my first priorities. Alas, I didn't find one, but I did discover one which mentioned this e-mail address as a way to contact you. So here I am, babbling to my fave writer in hoping she'll get this. I won't take much of your time except to thank you for writing these wonderful books. I simply love them. Best, Martin Boucher P.S. Are you working on something right now? If so, I'd love to read about it.
Written by martin boucher
2004-10-11 13:10:55
Love the web site and the pictures! The pictures make your books come alive!
Written by Katherine Meyer
2004-10-10 16:39:41
What a gorgeous and well thought out site. Kudos! I signed up for updates and look forward to checking back often.
Written by Jessica
2004-10-04 10:35:09
I'm delighted to see the wonderful Judith Gould website, and I'm looking forward to keeping up with your adventures and upcoming projects. I especially love all the photographs of such exquisite spots in the world. It was also fascinating to read what inspires you to write a book--no small undertaking--and to be given such a special glimpse backstage. I particularly loved knowing that you're really working on your own shell grotto, just like in Time to Say Goodbye (maybe my favorite of your books)! Thanks for all the terrific information, and I'll check back often for updates!
Written by Nancy
2004-10-02 16:55:05
I think I'm probably your number one fan, ever since I first read 'Sins' more years ago than I care to remember. In the beginning I wished you published more than one book every few years. Now that I can look forward to your books every 12 months or so, I'm a lot happier, even though they're shorter and the plots are less complicated. Are you going to write any more real long novels like 'Sins' or 'Dazzle' or are you going to keep them shorter. I just love your books and wish they would never end. God bless, and keep up the good work. Your fan, Jeanne.
Written by Jeanne
2004-10-01 23:34:13
My family cannot put Gould's books down once we get started.
Written by Auntie
2004-10-01 20:18:56
Dear Judith, I thought Till the End of Time was a heart-warming good read that had me flying through it. Being familiar with all of your other works, I'm definitely a fan. This is probably the shortest, but the real locations vs. operatic drama and epic scale are much more "now" and the characters more down-to-earth. It's a love story that's kind of a spiritual rebirth. I can't wait for your next novel! Judith Gould is my absolute FAVE!
Written by A Fan
2004-09-27 22:59:59
The Greek Villa is a thoroughly enjoyable book that captured my attention early and held it all through the book. The scenes surrounding the villa are typically as I remember them from my trips to Greece in the 1960s.
Written by A Reader
2004-09-27 22:29:28
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Written by Stephen
2004-09-27 18:22:33
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