Donna Fletcher Crow

How could you not be enthralled by meticulously researched, entertaining novels of romance, history and mystery in an engaging you-are-there style that lets you live the history? Writing in several genres, her titles include:

Historical fiction:

  • Glastonbury: The Novel of Christian England – her best-known work
  • The Daughters of Courage family saga trilogy: Katherine, Days of Struggle and Triumph; Elizabeth, Days of Loss and Hope; and Stephanie, Days of Turmoil and Victory


  • A series, The Monastery Murders, which includes: A Very Private Grave; A Darkly Hidden Truth; An Unholy Communion; A Newly Crimsoned Reliquary; An All-Consuming Fire; and Against All Fierce Hostility
  • Another series, Lord Danvers Investigates: A Most Inconvenient Death; Grave Matters; To Dust You Shall Return; A Tincture of Murder; and A Lethal Spectre
  • And the Elizabeth and Richard Literary Suspense series: The Flame Ignites; The Shadow of Reality; A Midsummer Eve’s Nightmare; A Jane Austen Encounter; and A Most Singular Venture

Historical Romance:

  • The Where There is Love series: Where Love Begins; Where Love Illumines; Where Love Triumphs; Where Love Restores; Where Love Shines; and Where Love Calls

Short Story Collection

  • A Lighted Lamp

The word “prolific” comes to mind!

Do you have a writing routine? Where and when do you write?

I write in my office, upstairs in our home, Monday-Friday, from mid-morning till 3:00. Then we stop for afternoon tea. After that I like to read or garden.

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TheLastSale – 50% off all

Dean Wesley Smith and Kathryn Rusch have been doing sales on their vast catalogue of online courses all through the pandemic (about every two months) but this is it.

The last sale on every WMG Publishing Workshop, Lecture, Pop-up, Classic, and Subscription.

From 6 June until Thursday 17 June.

And then that’s it.

Read the announcement of the writer’s sale and check out all the offerings. Well worth it.

Stacey Guill

Ms. Guill writes of our past: Idaho’s history. Her work includes:

  • The House in the Cañon: Mary Hallock Foote and A Vision of Home in the West
  • Numerous articles in the scholarly journal, “The Hemingway Reader”
  • Contributed a chapter to Ernest Hemingway in Context (Literature in Context)

Do you have a writing routine? Where and when do you write?

I write best at my office at my desk. This is where I can get into my “work/concentration mode.”  I like to start early (by 8 a.m.) and stop around 2 or 3 p.m.

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