Many among Lake Chapala’s colony of English language writers connected with their muses only after retiring in Mexico.
Judy King, though, is one of a handful who have lived and worked in Mexico for much of their adult lives. It’s no surprise, then, that much of her written work shares knowledge and experience gleaned from nearly thirty years of life as an expat.
Her first book, Living at Lake Chapala (find it here on Amazon), is a popular handbook for those making the cultural transition.
Judy bring to her books a craftsmanship honed during her career as a journalist. Her articles have appeared in dozens of newspapers and magazines in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. She also published the widely read e-zine Mexico Insights for twelve years and served as Editor-in-Chief at the Lake Chapala Review.
Her work is featured in Head For Mexico: The Renegade Guide (here on Amazon).
She is also one of several local contributors to the award-winning anthology Mexico: Sunlight & Shadows (here on Amazon).
Judy is currently working on a new book scheduled for release early in 2019.
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(Post by Antonio Ramblés.)