To learn about Winston Churchill's infatuation with Pol Roger champagne and the glamorous Odette Pol-Roger, read Judithe's guest blog for The Pulpwood Queen here.
The Historical Novels Review says Wickwythe Hall has "substance with endearing characters and solemn subjects. It is based on the true events of WWII Operation Catapult, when Churchill made the decision to bomb the French naval fleet at Mers el-Kebir to prevent their battle ships being handed over the Germany. Little's characterization of Churchill is so well done. She makes his personality and presence so real. Mabry was a character to be admired for her decisions and actions. A good read with a satisfying ending." Read the full review here.
Read Judithe's piece on writersdigest.com called "For Whom the Critique Group Tolls" here.
Foreword Reviews calls Wickwythe Hall “...a riveting and enlightening mix of history and fiction that puts a human face on the costs of war...engaging... ” Read the full review here.
Book Perfume says "If you love history, beautifully rendered characters, and stories that will tug at your heart, add Wickwythe Hall to your list." Read the full review here.
To learn about the historical event that inspired Wickwythe Hall, read Judithe's guest post on Let Them Read Books here.
Judithe was featured on the Writers' League of Texas "Meet the Members" blog here.
Visit Novel Escapes where Judithe plays "Would You Rather..." here.
Listen to a podcast where Judithe is interviewed about Wickwythe Hall on the New Books Network here.
Reader Views says Wickwythe Hall is "an emotional and touching story about the lives of three people during World War II, at the time of Hitler’s invasion of France in 1940. Inspired by real people, places and events in history, this whirlwind novel will no doubt leave an imprint on your heart long after you finish reading." Read the full review here.
Check out Judithe's "office" at Where Writers Write here.
Listen to The Author Inside You podcast where Judithe talks about her writing group here.