Judy Ramsook was born in San Fernando, Trinidad (Trinidad & Tobago) to East Indian parents. In the mid eighties she came to the USA where she attended San Antonio College and The University of Texas At San Antonio.
No stranger to accomplishments, by the age of 25, Judy had already published a poem in one of her country’s leading newspapers, The Guardian. And when she came to San Antonio, she was on the Dean’s List in the Spring of 1986 for having a 4.0 GPA.
In 2004 she published her first book, Karen’s Adventure, which is currently available on amazon.com in Ebook format as Princess Tide’s Adventure. It was with great courage she penned her next project: The Lesbian and the Homophobic President which is currently available on paperback, ebook and audiobook formats on Amazon and Audible.com
Her latest audiobook title: Going Home is also available on Amazon, Audible and ITunes.
Judy was raised in a highly homophobic environment when she was growing up in the small island nation of Trinidad and Tobago. If anyone learned you were gay there, you were considered less of a person or even ostracized and disinherited.