JUDITH McNAUGHT: SERIES READING ORDER &Judith McNaught is an American author of historical and contemporary romance novels. Before becoming a novelist, Judith worked as an assistant director, for a major trucking company, as president of an employment agent, president of an executive search firm and was also the first female executive producer for a CBS radio station. Judith started out writing Regency romances, but then went into writing contemporary romance once she was having trouble breaking through in a saturated market. Judith McNaught made her debut as a published novelist with the novel Tender Triumph , published in However, something was missing… That is, until she met Ramon Galverra.
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Judith McNaught born May 10, is a bestselling author of over a dozen historical and contemporary romance novels , with 30 million copies of her works in print. She married a St. Louis dentist and had two children, a daughter, Whitney, and a son, Clayton, before her divorce. Before gaining success as a writer, McNaught had previously worked as an assistant director for a film crew, an assistant controller of a major trucking company, president of a temporary employment agency, and president of an executive search firm. She met her second husband, Michael "Mike" McNaught, while working as an assistant director for a film crew, working on a movie for a General Motors division.
She majored in Business at Northwestern University and held many jobs before becoming a writer. Besides being an assistant director for a film, and comptroller for a trucking company, she was also the first female executive producer at a CBS radio station. Her second husband, Michael McNaught, encouraged her to become a writer. Her first manuscript, Whitney, My Love, was published in after she had proven her worth with two successfully published novels. Those early novels did not adhere to the rules of Regency romances and she is credited with inventing the Regency Historical genre.