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Kiwi Judy L Mohr is a writer, freelance editor, and radio show host. Check out her crazy adventures on Twitter (@JudyLMohr).
Kiwi Judy L Mohr is a writer of fantasy and science fiction. She is also a freelance editor with Black Wolf Editorial Services, working on projects from writers around the world. When she isn't writing, editing, or doing something for writing within the local community, she is hosting her own radio show about science on KLRNRadio. You can follow her crazy adventures on her blog (judylmohr.com) or on Twitter (@JudyLMohr).
Kiwi Judy L Mohr writes fantasy and science fiction filled with adventure, dark monsters, humour and romance. She's the co-treasurer of the Christchurch Writer's Guild and a member of SpecFicNZ and Romance Writers New Zealand. She is also one of the NaNoWriMo co-Municipal Liaisons for her regions. Judy is also a freelance with Black Wolf Editorial Services (blackwolfeditorial.com), working on projects from writers around the world.
When she isn't writing, editing, recording audio, or volunteering in her local community, she can be found in her backyard looking through her telescope or in the New Zealand bush enjoying the world around her.
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