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Judy Fischer

Judy Fischer is a novelist, born in Budapest Hungary, in 1949

Presently, she lives in Pointe Claire, Quebec with her husband.

She is a former high school teacher, now retired, who has recently written several books, since her departure from full-time careers, both as a teacher and as a mother. Life has given her a wealth of experiences from which she draws her stories. Her books are deep pockets, full of realistic characters, based on those authentic ones, who had once touched the very fiber of her soul.

She blends fantasy with reality, but maintaining a human element to her tales that are not only believable, but plausible. Her romantic narratives are marked with symbolisms and metaphors about life’s complexities and adversities. “Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind, is written large in his works,” is her favorite quote of Virginia Woolf’s.

Her books to date are:

Memory Soundtrack

Above the Cobbler

Destiny’s Triumph

Adam

René

Judy Fischer is a novelist, born in Budapest Hungary, in 1949

Presently, she lives in Pointe Claire, Quebec with her husband.

She is a former high school teacher, now retired, who has recently written several books, since her departure from full-time careers, both as a teacher and as a mother. Life has given her a wealth of experiences from which she draws her stories. Her books are deep pockets, full of realistic characters, based on those authentic ones, who had once touched the very fiber of her soul.

She blends fantasy with reality, but maintaining a human element to her tales that are not only believable, but plausible. Her romantic narratives are marked with symbolisms and metaphors about life’s complexities and adversities. “Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind, is written large in his works,” is her favorite quote of Virginia Woolf’s.

Her books to date are:

Memory Soundtrack

Above the Cobbler

Destiny’s Triumph

Adam

René