Author: Judy Greenlees

Judy Greenlees is the co-author of a decidedly different romance novel, Cherished to the Utmost. She’s also written several short stories, a few zombie apocalypse adventures, and the prologue for 8 Women of God. Judy has written for the Internet since 2007, focusing on the arts, culture, and science fiction. Her more than 34 years as a fine arts professional has included founding Artistic Journeys, a non-profit, arts educational organization in Southern California. She has taught music, art, and English, and performed as a piano accompanist on many stages in different venues. Her favorite was the Royal College of Music, London. Judy’s formal education began when she was a public-school student in Hashimoto, Japan. Her B.A. in Music History from CSU Fullerton was followed over 20 years later with an MBA from NYIT. She currently lives in a lovely small town in New England near her daughter, son and daughter-in-law.

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