Isha Crowe is a quaint middle-aged housewife who lives in a quaint old seaside town with her husband and during holidays also with her student son. Her hobbies include baking cakes, eating cakes, and serving her two cats, the noble and magnificent Millicent Shadowfluff and the not-so-magnificent but very cute Charlotte Ringtail.
She’s worked in childcare for thirty-odd years, but has been writing since she was able to control a pen. Her very first stories focused on kittens and puppies and were written in Dutch, her first language.
Isha grew up in Suriname, became an adult in the Netherlands, ripened in Cornwall and now lives in Wales amongst dragons and daffodils.
Books: Her YA dark fantasy/horror novel Gwithyas: Door to the Void is due to be published through Kristell Ink
Charity's Shop: Where the boundaries fade between spirits, witchcraft, and philanthropy; where the stock is spooky, the customers peculiar, and where 'being charitable' takes on a mystical new meaning.
'ANGEL' is a novelette, approximately 9500 words long, and it is the first episode in the 'Charity's Shop' series.