If you’re suffering from the quarantine blues, a great read can really help to chase away the boredom and remind you that there’s plenty to life beyond the confines of “shelter in place.”Our guest, Judith Marshall, has penned just such a book. Judith has been writing fiction for more than fifteen years. Her debut, award-winning novel, Husbands May Come and Go but Friends are Forever, was optioned by a Hollywood producer. Now Judith has followed up on that success with her latest book, Staying Afloat. This page-turner is aimed at women of maturity and is a story of marriage and lust set against the responsibility of family. With unexpected twists and turns, Judith explores the key life question: Can a woman ever really know her heart until she faces tragedy?So give yourself a break from the monotonies of “shelter in place,” let your thoughts turn to love, lust and the fullness of life by listening to what our feisty guest has to say!
Chatting With Sherri welcomes back author Judith Marshall!
Chatting with Sherri
Chatting With Sherri welcomes back author Judith Marshall!Author Judith Marshall has written an ambitious novel in which one of the most entrenched problems of modern-day womanhood is explored – our rigid clinging to control over our personal and professional lives and our reluctance to reach out for help when we most need it. Husbands May Come and Go but Friends Are Forever introduces readers to the unforgettable character of Elizabeth (Liz) Reilly-Hayden. Coming out by December is Staying Afloat, a story borne of marriage and lust set against the responsibility of family. It explores a key life question: Can a woman ever really know her heart until she faces tragedy?