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The Book Bazaar / Looking for a Fourth of July Read?
« on: June 30, 2011, 12:29:46 PM »
Looking for a politically-themed novel to go along with your Fourth of July weekend relaxing? STEPHANIE, Days of Turmoil and Victory, book 3 in my Daughters of Courage trilogy, might just be the mustard in your potato salad. (Actually, I use vinegar, but you get the image.)
For starters, how about spending your Fourth of July in northern Idaho at the 1971 rock festival sponsored by the Universal Life Church? Billed as a "church picnic" it was sure to be a bigger and better Woodstock: better bands, better weather, better drugs. Stephanie is all set to enjoy the warmth, the freedom, the creativity. And her childhood sweetheart Jimmy, now a reporter for United Press International, is all for mixing business with pleasure. The only disturbing note is Carlton Sperlin, newly returned Vietnam War hero and candidate for Idaho Attorney General who confronts Stephanie with cases of drug overdosing and rumors of bags of money disappearing out the back gate.

http://ning.it/lekQW4.

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The Book Bazaar / NEW: Pioneer Family Saga
« on: May 13, 2011, 05:17:04 PM »
THE DAUGHTERS OF COURAGE a pioneer family saga just went live on Kindle.
Kathryn:  Days of Struggle & Triumph
Elizabeth:  Days of Loss & Hope
Stephanie:  Days of Turmoil & Victory
http://www.donnafletchercrow.com/articles.php?id=72

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Writers' Cafe / STellar Review
« on: March 29, 2011, 03:58:06 PM »
I'm so excited, my new romantic suspense just received it's first review:

A Midsummer Eve’s Nightmare by Donna Fletcher Crow has all the elements of a throat-gripping, sleep-robbing thriller, while still wooing the reader with the tenderness of sweet romance. Set in the idyllic Southern Oregon town of Ashland, where bard-lovers abound, this is a charming page-turner that will keep readers on edge to the very end.

 

Kathi Macias (www.kathimacias.com)

Author of more than 30 books, including the international thriller People of the Book

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The Book Bazaar / Win free copy of new Romantic Suspense
« on: March 29, 2011, 03:52:49 PM »
I'm so thrilled--just receivbed my first review!

A Midsummer Eve’s Nightmare by Donna Fletcher Crow has all the elements of a throat-gripping, sleep-robbing thriller, while still wooing the reader with the tenderness of sweet romance. Set in the idyllic Southern Oregon town of Ashland, where bard-lovers abound, this is a charming page-turner that will keep readers on edge to the very end.

 

Kathi Macias (www.kathimacias.com)

Author of more than 30 books, including the international thriller People of the Book

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The Book Bazaar / Romantic Mystery on Spring Sale
« on: March 24, 2011, 10:56:14 AM »

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The Book Bazaar / Bargain Price for romantic Mystery
« on: March 23, 2011, 07:04:52 PM »
Google Alerts just notified me that A VERY PRIVATE GRAVE is now available at the bargain price of 2.99.  I don't know how or why that happened, but I'm delighted to be able to offer a bargain on book 1 in the Elizabeth & Richard romantic intrigues.

Donna www.DonnaFletcherCrow.com
Shadow of Reality (Book One in the Elizabeth and Richard Mystery Series)

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Introductions & Welcomes / New and feeling overwhelmed
« on: March 12, 2011, 05:32:35 PM »
Hello All,  As an author with 2 books out in Kindle and several more coming soon, I'm determined to get acquainted with the Kindle Board world.  but, oh, my, there's SO MUCH here.  And I can't make the upload photo bit work.  But, still, I'm delighted to be here and look forward to chatting with lots of you.

I write mysteries.  A VERY PRIVATE GRAVE, The Monastery Murders, is a clerical mystery.  If you like Julia Spencer-Fleming you'll like it.  (I hope.)  THE SHADOW OF REALITY, Elizabeth & Richard Mysteries, is a retro romantic intrigue.

I'll see you in the chat room,
Donna Fletcher Crow
www.DonnaFletcherCrow.com

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The KBoards Photo Gallery / The Author as Researcher
« on: March 12, 2011, 05:25:55 PM »
Research is one of my favorite parts of the writing process.  My English son-in-law snapped this picture of me at work in an atmospheric graveyard in Norfolk.

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The Book Bazaar / Meeting Your Favorite Character
« on: March 12, 2011, 04:53:22 PM »
Have you ever wished you could meet your favorite character in the flesh?  in THE SHADOW OF REALITY That's what happens to Dr. Elizabeth Spencer at a Mystery Week high in the Rocky Mountains.  Roleplaying a romantic week in the 30's with Lord Peter Wimsey seems like a great idea until the situation becomes life-threatening.

If you could meet your favorite character (without the life-threatening bit) who would it be?

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