Check out Judythe’s guest blog interviews to learn more about her and her novels.
Capturing the Idea devotionals – Another visit with Judythe Morgan, award-winning author (02/17/2017)
Capturing the Idea devotionals – Award-Winning Author Judythe Morgan shares a devotional and book (02/16/2017)
Preslaysa Williams – Five Questions with novelist Judythe Morgan (02/05/2017)
Go For a Walk – Americ Christian Fiction Writers (02/07/2015)
Thursday3Some: Claiming Annie’s Heart by Judythe Morgan – Joan Reeves aka Sling Words (02/05/2015)
SlingWords Honor Roll – Joan Reeves aka Sling Words (12/31/2014)
Judythe Looks Ahead: Christmas Yet To Come – Joan Reeves aka Sling Words (12/30/2014)
Holiday Cheer with Judythe Morgan – Anna Kathryn Lanier (12/31/2013)
Interview With Judythe Morgan, Author of Love in the Morning Calm – Babette James (10/15/2013)
Life Tales of a Military Wife with author Judythe Morgan – The Book Boost (08/07/2013)
What’s Your Author Brand? – Savvy Authors (06/2013)
The Pendant’s Promise from Judythe Morgan – Stella Riley, Houston Books Examiner (02/20/2013)
The Pendant’s Promise – Gimme a Little Kiss (10/13/2012)
An Interview with Judythe Morgan – Cindy Woolf (10/13/2012)
Interview: Judythe Morgan – Wonderstruck (09/05/2012)
Metaphor Monday with Judy – Catherine Johnson (08/27/2012)
The Pendant’s Promise by Judythe Morgan – Joan Reeves aka Sling Words (08/04/2012)
Story Idea By Judythe Morgan – Joan Reeves aka Sling Words (08/01/2012)
Judythe Morgan Writes From Her Heart – examiner.com (02/04/2010)
Charming Judythe Morgan – wn.com (06/29/2009)
Sample her favorite recipes from any of guest spots on cooking blogs:
Oma’s Pralines – Romance Cooks
Christmas is my favorite season. I love the sights, the smells, and the tastes. One of my fondest memories is watching my grandmother make her pralines. Now my husband makes them for our holiday. I hope you enjoy the sweet southern confection as much as we do.
Christmas Crack – Romance Cooks
I’m happy to be here today to share a favorite recipe for the holidays. Easy peasy to prepare. You can vary using saltines, graham crackers, or even chocolate graham crackers. Peanut butter chips can also be substituted for chocolate chips and almonds or walnuts sprinkled on top. Once you taste the toffee-like confection, you’ll find it addicting hence the “crack” label.
Picnic Baked Beans – Romance Cooks
It’s summertime and the living is easy. I grab my aunt’s vintage recipe box and pull out our favorite baked bean recipe for cookouts and picnics. It’s fast and easy and DELICIOUS.
deng shim Gui – Cooking with Cloris, the blog of Anastasia Pollack
In writing Ace and Lily’s love story, I drew from my experience as a DAC in South Korea. That’s why you’ll find the story sprinkled with cultural details like this delicious BBQ-like dish.