Judy Fischer is a teacher turned novelist, born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1949.
She is Hungarian by birth but Canadian by choice.
Judy is a proud mother to two daughters and a stepson.
Presently, she lives in Pointe Claire, Quebec, with her husband.
She is a lover of dogs, an advocate of human rights and a passionate believer in justice and peace.
She is a former high school teacher, now retired, who has recently written several books of fiction. The departure from a full-time career as a teacher and a mother has given Ms. Fischer time to dive into a serious writing career. Life has given her a wealth of experiences from which she draws her stories. Her books are deep pockets, full of realistic characters, based on those authentic ones, who had once touched the very fibre of her soul.
She blends fantasy with reality, but maintains a human element to her tales that are not only believable, but plausible. Her romantic narratives are marked with symbolisms and metaphors about life’s complexities and adversities. “Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind, is written large in his works” is her favorite quote of Virginia Woolf’s.