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Monday, November 27, 2006

Judith McNaught

Before gaining success as a writer, McNaught has previously worked as an assistant director for a film crew, an assistant comptroller of a major trucking company, president of a temporary employment agency, and president of an executive search fim. She also was the first female executive producer at a CBS radio station.

McNaught's first manuscription was Whitney, My Love, which she wrote between 1978 and 1982. After having difficulty selling that novel, she wrote and sold Tender Triumph in early 1982. She received the book cover for Tender Triumph on June 20, 1983 -- the day after her beloved husband Michael McNaught was killed in an accident.

While McNaught at one time lived in Saint Louis, Missouri, she moved to Texas after falling in love with Dallas while on a book tour. She currently lives in Clear Lake, Texas. McNaught is active in children's charity and with breast cancer causes, and she has recently begun promoting literacy issues. She has a daughter, Whitney, and a son, Clayton.

Tender Triumph (1983)
Double Standards (1984)
Whitney, My Love (1985) (1st in Westmoreland series)
Once and Always (1987)
Something Wonderful (1988)
A Kingdom of Dreams (1989) (2nd in Westmoreland series)
Almost Heaven (1990)
Paradise (1991)
Perfect (1993)
Until You (1994) (3rd in Westmoreland series)
A Holiday of Love (short story) (October 1995)
A Gift of Love (short story) (1996)
Remember When (1996)
Night Whispers (1998)
Simple Gifts: Four Heartwarming Christmas Stories (2001)
Someone to Watch Over Me (2003)
Every Breath You Take (2005)

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