Profile: Judi Moore

About This Author

About the author In December 2017 Judi published her second full length novel, 'Wonders will never cease', through FeedARead. Her novella 'Little Mouse', volume of short stories 'Ice Cold Passion' and novel 'Is death really necessary?' are also available from FeedAread. Judi was born and brought up in Cornwall, and faced the prospect of spending her working life in the chilly depths of local government with a sinking heart. She made her escape by sneaking off to the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth as a mature student. From the fastnesses of west Wales she moved to the new town of Milton Keynes (no culture shock there, then …) and worked as a crisis manager for the Open University until 1997. That was lovely. But 17 years of troubleshooting the same old troubles is enough. What next? She took voluntary redundancy and started to write full time. In 2006 she returned to the Open University fold as a part-time Lecturer in Creative Writing, from which she retired in 2013. At the turn of 2016 she moved to the south coast of Britain. The sea has become both inspiration and balm for the soul. Judi’s poetry and short fiction has been published in anthologies and magazines over many years. She reviews indie fiction regularly for Big Al & Pals and a broader spectrum of writing on her own blog, which you can find at judimoore.wordpress.com Judi is currently working on her next novel, also short fiction and poetry for local publications. Look out for 'Made in Dorset' later in 2018.

This Author's Books

Novelette: The primrose way Short stories: Arnhem, 1944; Suffer little children; The perfect name; An angel passing through; Lul's war; Judas; Pretty words; Ice cold passion. What are these nine stories about? Engaging a gardener; a civilian experience of....
ISBN: 9781786101884
Published: 6 October 2015
In 2038 the enormous potential of Nanonics has finally been realised. Now it can heal the terminally sick at a molecular level. Terrorists can also use it to turn vital petrol supplies into something resembling molasses. This is the story of what happens ....
ISBN: 9781849234320
Published: 1 November 2011
** Winner of the Georgina Hawtrey-Woore Award for adult fiction, 2018 ** After Kristallnacht in 1938 Doktor Theodore Goldstein, his wife Lisl, and their small son Theo, flee from Berlin, across the North Sea to Edinburgh. There, for more than ten years, t....
ISBN: 9781785100994
Published: 19 September 2014
The novel is a satirical, campus novel set in the recent past. It concerns the ivory towers of academe, what it is to be Non-PC in the Eighties, and a great deal of alcohol.It is December, 1985. The year is winding gently towards its close until Dr Fergus....
ISBN: 9781788761901
Published: 1 January 2018