Born and bred in Cheshire Judith Wibberley moved to Manchester when she married. After raising their children she opened an Arts & Crafts Centre in Manchester specialising in Hand Made Cards. Her love of creative writing lead to her writing original verses, sentiments and sayings especially for card makers and crafters.
Judith's original verses have been published in several leading Craft Magazines, in Craft Books, in Focus Multimedia Software and by publishers David & Charles. Her first book Just the Right Words (2007), published by David & Charles was quickly followed by Words for Every Occasion (2008)and Just the Right Christmas Words (2009). Judith Wibberley is also a writer for a leading Card Manufacturer so her verses are available on commercially produced cards in the High Street.
Recently shorter collections of her original words, Saying the Right Words (2011), Words for Festive Celebrations (2011) Just to Say 101 Sentiments (2011), Special Words for Mothers & Daughters (2011) and Special Words for Fathers and Sons (2011) have been published on Kindle e-books. Her latest Craft Book on e-books is a reference book full of hints & tips entitled the Card Making & Crafter's Companion (Kindle 2011)
Kindle e-books for Inspiration - Christian Verses & Sentiments (Kindle 2011)
Kindle e-books for Children & Special Educational Needs include: Simple Social Stories - Going to School (2011), a collection of 30 stories for children with Autism & Social Communication skills. Also, Where Did We Go To? A collection of Poems and Activities for School Children about days out.(2011)
NEW FOR 2012 - Timeless Words for Life, Love and Loss is a trilogy of Original Words and Verses.
Titles available on e-book are: Timeless Words for New Life & Giving Thanks, Timeless Words for Love, Marriage & Anniversaries, Timeless Words for Loss, Funerals & Remembrance.(KINDLE 2012)
Especially for Writers and Writers Groups:
A collection of 5 Books on Writers Workshops which are collections of 26 writing exercises in each book. Books 1,2 & 3 in this series released February 2012 in e-books.
Although she will always be a Northern Lass, Judith Wibberley now resides in the beautiful Otter Valley in Monkton, Devon where she runs Otter Valley Writers. Currently she is working on more collections, articles and short stories for children with Learning Disabilities.