Wild Indigo, the new historical romance novel by Judith Stanton!

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RITA Finalist! 251
I am thrilled and proud to announce that His Stolen Bride is a finalist for Best Long Historical Romance of 1999 in the Romance Writers of America's prestigious RITA Awards.

Tucked away in the rolling hills of Piedmont North Carolina is our farm Cat Crossing. There I'm blessed with timeless sights that inspire and inform my stories set in our American past. Judith Stanton, author of historical romances

In the mornings as I walk to my office in the barn, a pair of nesting red-tailed hawks loft in the sky.

In the afternoons, deer amble up to feed on clover in the horses' pasture. A ten-point buck clears the gate into the paddock. An albino doe stuns me speechless.

At twilight two elegant blue herons cruise overhead on their way to a neighboring farmer's pond. I've seen bobcats and wild turkeys and heard sly, shy foxes calling to their cubs at night.

And everywhere, there are the cats... ten of them, once lost, neglected or abandoned, now fat and secure of their place in the world. As often as not, one of them is on my lap, trying to help me write the next scene of my next book...

Judith Stanton


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Writing with Style
What is style? How do I know my writing has it?
Wild Indigo
Reviews and excerpts of Wild Indigo
About Judith
A little about me, my family, and how I came to write romance
Answers to questions my readers ask - and don't ask
I love to hear from my readers
Calendar of Events
Upcoming speaking engagements and book signings
Cat Crossing
Meet the cats who give Cat Crossing its name