Donna Fletcher Crow
Donna Fletcher Crow (US) is the author of forty-some books, mostly novels dealing with the history of British Christianity. She is the author of The Monastery Murders series; The Lord Danvers Victorian True-Crime series; The Elizabeth & Richard literary mysteries, GLASTONBURY,A Novel of the Holy Grail and more.
Fay Sampson (UK) is a writer of adult and children's fiction and non-fiction, including A MALIGNANT HOUSE, #2 in the Susie Fewings series, a British Crime Club Pick.
By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ July 21, 2014
Murder in Time, Another Ellie Quicke triumph for Veronica Heley.
Ellie Quicke remains... Read More
By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ July 9, 2014
Few things can make a usually rational person want to run through the streets shouting or grab perfect strangers and tell them your news like the release of a new book. And that's exactly how I'm feeling at the moment— that breathless bubble in my throat that makes me want to jump up and down and, yes, run through the streets shouting.
By Fay Sampson ~ June 2, 2014
We’re just back from a delightful research trip to Glastonbury, where I have set my latest crime novel, The Wounded Thorn. If I already have some knowledge of a place, it is good to write the... Read More
By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ May 18, 2014
The delightful Jenny Milchman and I have been online friends for nearly five years and have the joy of supporting each other through the ups and downs of the writing life. I have twice been a guest on Jenny's "Made It Moment" blog and we have often moaned about the vat distance separating New York and Idaho. But Saturday night we finally got to meet in person.
I was so privileged to be part of Jenny Milchman's 20,000 mile "World's Longest Book Tour." Yes, that's twenty thousand... Read More
By Fay Sampson ~ May 4, 2014
Donna Fletcher Crow has generously invited me to carry on the blog tour started by Pen Wilcock: and to follow her own exploration of the questions: What am I working on? How does my work differ from others in its genre? Why do I write what I do? How does my writing process work? You can read Donna’s thoughts on.
I’ve just finished the first draft of a new crime novel for Severn House. The Wounded Thorn is set in Glastonbury, which is steeped in ancient Christian history and is also home to esoteric expressions of New Age spirituality. Into this eclectic mixture come two new characters, Hilary... Read More
By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ April 28, 2014
I was recently asked to be part of a mini blog tour. Since the invitation came from Pen Wilcock http://j.mp/RFNNRq who has long been one of my favorite writers— and her invitation came from Claire Dunn http://j.mp/RFOLxi , another writer I greatly admire— I readily accepted.
Likewise, my invitations went out to two more of my favorite writers (okay— I have lots of favorites) Fay Sampson http://www.faysampson.co.uk/ and Dolores Gordon-Smith http://www.doloresgordon-smith.co.uk/ . Who accepted with equal affability.
That got me to thinking about how lucky I am to be a writer. Not just because I get to tell the stories I love to share, but, even more importantly, because I get to do it in company with such lovely people. The writing community may be unique in the support it gives to its members. There may be the odd limelight-grabber or back-stabber, but, if so, I’ve been fortunate enough not to encounter them. Perhaps in the heady heights of best-sellerdom, but not in... Read More