I am a successful writer who enjoys writing provocative mystery/thriller novels including the popular Nicolina Fabiani series.
When I am not living out little princesses' fantasies and puzzling over teenage boys' take on life I create fantasies for adults, armed with nothing more than an active imagination, a great deal of research and a burning interest in other people's culture and their countries
Living in New Zealand, which is about as far away from the world's hubs as one can get, I love travelling to places to find ideas and characters for my novels.
Please open your minds and hearts to events we don't understand and are currently overwhelming us. Check out my latest topical novel: BEYOND JERUSALEM http://amzn.to/2u9Q0uu
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I had a run in with Stage 4 breast cancer, but chose to treat this successfully with a natural therapy. No surgery and no chemotherapy. I have been cancer free now for five years.
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Blood Diamonds Conspiracy
by Yvonne Crowe
The number of deaths attributed to "conflict" or "blood diamonds" diamond mining is in the millions. Slave labor has always been used to mine those diamonds, the working conditions left the workers dead and maimed. Starting with the mining of the diamonds, this story traces them all the way until they become the jewelry you could have bought and worn. A fiction novel rooted in reality.
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Smashwords book reviews by Yvonne Crowe
Write To Remember
on July 30, 2014
What a heartwarming tribute from a son to his father with whom he obviously had a comfortable relationship and learned so much from. I wonder if he is a mirror image? I suspect so.
The author invites the reader to voice their opinion about his writing ability. Without a doubt I say as he brought to life for me the man toiling in his garden to provide for his family; and the teacher, the lover of words. His respect for his parent shows through strongly, yet he also acknowledges his father's charming idiosyncrasies.
The keen gardener in his father, and to some extent his mother, evoked memories of the household garden with its fresh flavors which was the norm in my era. No running down to supermarkets to purchase vegetables that had languished in chillers, or fruit that is picked green and ripened in some obscure ways I don't want to think about.
Thank you Phil for this salute to your father and bringing him to life for me. Your mother reminds me of my father's mother, a stalwart Scots married to the gentle Irishman who left it to her to run the household of 13 people and bring some semblance of order to it.
Yvonne Crowe, author of The Magdalene Conspiracy and The First Madonna.