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 ~ April 21, 2014
By Fay Sampson ~ April 12, 2014
I have made no secret of the fact that places are very important to me. They were the inspiration for my very first books, and still inspire my stories.
By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ March 31, 2014
Well, life is busy, but I'd been a member of the Idaho Writers' Guild (http://idahowritersguild.com/) for a whole year and hadn't been to a meeting yet. Every month I would recieve notice of the time and place— always a luncheon at a local restaurant— and I would put it on my calendar. And then not get there.
Finally it was time to renew my membership for another year. In other words,... Read More
By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ March 26, 2014
I am delighted to have Judy Alter as my guest today. I "met" Judy through a mystery Writers' listserve we both belong to and was fascinated to learn that in a creative sense, Judy and I have traded places. Judy grew up with an English father and now writes mysteries set in the American West. I grew up riding horses with my western father and write mysteries set in England.
Just as Judy mentions below, I have often wondered about the whys and wherefores of this and I hope, as Judy's friend says, bringing... Read More
By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ March 19, 2014
My guest today is the ever-creative Adam Graham. Welcome, Adam. Tell us about your new book Slime Incorporated.
By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ March 14, 2014
Now I can breathe! After months of holding my breath— because one never knows how a book will strike a reviewer— I gave a huge sigh of relief yesterday when the current issue of the wonderful magazine "Jane Austen's Regency World" arrived on my doorstep with a delightful review of A Jane Austen Encounter.
It's not just the fact that the reviewer says nice things— always acceptable to an author, of course—... Read More