Judith Lydia Mercure started writing during school months in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho and childhood summers on a family homestead in Frenchtown, Montana. By the time she was 22, she was a keen traveler fascinated by the diversity of our planet. She never stopped writing--whether at desks in a Buddhist temple in rural Japan, in a canal house in Leiden, the Netherlands, in guesthouses in Bangkok, or in cottages in Australia and the US--throughout the following decades.

Now a full-time writer living between Avalon Beach, Australia and Gig Harbor, WA, USA--ideally as near as possible to the nurturing edges of lakes, canals and oceans--Judith Lydia’s stories are drawn from her love of our planet’s extraordinary wildlife and her experiences as a teacher, travel journalist, magazine editor, publisher, translator, and science marketing professional.

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