An Autobiography by Graphologist
Judy Inman

Graphologist, poet, author Judy Inman presents her autobiography in a series of fascinating chapters from childhood to her work in the field of handwriting analysis. Mrs. Inman has analyzed the handwriting of thousands of personalities spanning a period of nearly 50 years from 1960 to the present day.

A variety of celebrity autographs and letters are also featured here including: Katharine Hepburn, Eve Arden, Laurence Olivier, Myrna Loy, Marlene Dietrich, Joseph Cotton, Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Mitchum, Angela Lansbury, Woody Allen, Glenn Ford, Burt Lancaster, Helen Mirem, Betty White, George Peppard, Robert Young, Capucine, Rex Harrison, Tom Hanks, Chevy Chase, Gregory Peck, Kathy Bates, James Garner, Ginger Rogers, Danny Kaye, Deborah Kerr, Emma Thompson, Julie Christie, Vince Lombardi, George Carlin and many others.

As a widow, Mrs. Inman writes about her husband's battle with Leukemia and her own struggle to survive without him, thanks in part to her friendship with Hall of Fame singer, songwriter and actor Paul Williams. Paul is an Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe winner and at the present time is President and Chairman of the Board of ASCAP, the American Society for Songwriters, Authors and Publishers.

Mrs. Inman has also included stories on her family's struggle with Polycystic Kidney disease; her father, Chris Cassling, was one of the first chosen to use an early kidney dialysis machine in Dallas, Texas in 1968. Her sister, Betty Janko, is the recipient of a kidney donated by the family of a young woman killed in the Long Island New York railroad massacre in 1992.

Having a diverse background, Mrs. Inman has enjoyed many facets of life, ranging from the restaurant and club business in Dallas Texas to rural life in the Red River Valley. There she wrote the first of eight books, titled, Portrait of Bulcher. She is also the author of Handwriting Analysis: A Common Sense Guide, Letters From A Confederate Soldier: 11th Texas Cavalry, Nana's Cookbook for Kids and three books of poetry.

She and her daughter, Kathy Fernandes are also associated with North Texas artist, Joel Hale, who is well-known for his western and wildlife artwork. Over the past 25 years Hale has illustrated a number of Mrs. Inman's books.

Handwriting On The Wall: An Autobiography by Graphologist Judy Inman expresses a natural philosophical perspective based on the author's fundamental belief that each person is unique in the grand scheme of things. Often comical, her thoughts reflect an instinctive child-like nature throughout a life of changing scenes and characters.





Handwriting On the Wall: An Autobiography by Graphologist Judy Inman


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Also by Judy Inman:


Eternal Dreams l Something in Common l Except for You

Nana's Fun and Easy Cookbook For Kids
l Portrait of Bulcher


Letters from a Confederate Soldier:


11th Texas Calvary, Company F, Fannin County, Texas

Handwriting Analysis: A Common Sense Guide



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