By the time Juliet Waldron was twenty-one, she had lived in twenty-one places, including Cornwall, England and Barbados in the West Indies, where she attended school. Although accepted by two English Universities, she returned to the US for college. She attended Antioch, and then the University of Massachusetts at Amherst where she received a B.A. in English.
Her "Mozart's Wife" won the First Independent e-Book Award for best e-published fiction. "Genesee," set during the Revolutionary War in upstate NY, is based upon family history. Genesee won the 2003 Epic Award for best historical novel, as well as succeeding as a romance, receiving five stars from Affaire de Coeur.
The author married her first boyfriend and stayed that way. They can be found riding their Hyabusa all over scenic Pennsylvania. They have two sons and three granddaughters, the eldest of whom just proudly finished her service in AmeriCorps.
Hiking, gardening, cycling, motorcycling, reading mythology, history, archeology. Cat Mama, Grandma, baker.