Judith Victoria Hensley is an award-winning teacher, writer, newspaper columnist, and photographer. As a single-again woman, mother of one and grandmother of two, she has made her home in the mountains of southeastern Kentucky, where she says exists an endless supply of story inspirations and photographic opportunities.
Judith has written or been involved in over thirty book projects, short stories, magazine articles, and continues to write a weekly newspaper column for the Harlan Daily Enterprise for over twenty years. She describes herself as a story gatherer.
Her latest projects have included a six book Warrior Women series devoted to gathering and sharing stories from women who have experienced God’s love and intervention in unique ways during life’s challenges. The latest in the series, Warrior Women, Outpouring is anticipated for publication in the fall of 2019. She is also working on the third book in the Panther Tales series, which includes eye-witness encounters with big cats in the southeastern United States. Other projects are in progress, as well.
“My greatest desire is to honor God in all that I do, and especially with the gift of words.”