Judith Ryan Hendricks Biography
Judith Ryan Hendricks was born in San Jose,
California, when the Santa Clara Valley was better known for its orchards than for computer chips. Armed with a degree in journalism, she worked as a journalist, copywriter,
computer instructor, travel agent, waitress and baker before turning to fiction
writing. Her experiences at the McGraw Street Bakery in Seattle became her first novel, Bread Alone.
A life-long infatuation with the Southwest was the inspiration for Isabels
Daughter, and her third novel, The Bakers Apprentice, is a sequel to
Bread Alone. Her fourth book, The Laws of Harmony, was published
in February, 2009; Hendricks fiction has been translated into 11
languages and distributed in more than 15 countries worldwide. She and her
husband Geoff now live in New Mexico.
This biography was last updated on 08/26/2013.
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