As a full-time freelance writer, Judith A. Stock
writes, edits and produces
newsletters for her business clients. She is a grantwriter for Project
Headway, a non-profit organization for the brain injured. Her writing
experience includes poetry, non-fiction, humor, interviews, travel, genealogy
and children's picture books. She is the Fiction Editor for Moondance, a
literary e-magazine. Her work has appeared on-line at Folksonline,
BestBizIdeas, Travelseekers, WebBound, Sennit: A Great Lakes Literary Journal,
The "M" Word-Parenting Humor, and AOL's Writer's Club.
lives in Illinois, near Chicago. She is working on a degree in
She is expecting to complete her first novel by Christmas, 1999.
Freedom is editor of The Fiction Addiction E-zine. Also an active member of
Coffeehouse for Writers, where she is a list Moderator, and workshop
is the author of a Nancy
Drew Mystery in the Simon and Schuster paperback series, and has
published short stories and articles. She is presently collaborating
with her twin sister on an adult suspense novel featuring identical
I began my interest in computers by writing BASIC programs at the
age of 11, I took some courses in high school, then was away from computers until 1993.
At that time, I realized my true life's calling, computers. Currently, I own
Showcase Web Design, volunteer
online, run a site called Mommyhood
Moms, run a local women's high-tech study group, take on new projects as they
come and am mom to my three girls.
has spent several years as a desktop publisher and has added
web design to her many talents. She is the owner of Aprilrain Web Design,
which has been responsible for the design of several successful corporate sites.
She has a strong background in journalism which has included broadcasting,
newspaper editing and publishing, photography and press releases.
April volunteers her time
as the Asst. Website Manager for Moondance and spearheaded
the design templates for the magazine. She enjoys
quilting, smocking, sewing and spending time with her daughter