Sharon A. Crawford

Published by Blue Denim Press: Beyond the Tripping Point, Beyond Blood, Beyond Faith

Sharon A. Crawford

Watch Sharon’s interview on the Liquid Lunch show where she discusses and reads from her debut novel Beyond Blood : http://youtu.be/i2bBaePIWgY

Listen to Sharon talk about her latest book Beyond Blood on Northumberland 89.7 FM:

Sharon A. Crawford once worked as a secretary and clerk for the Ontario Government, an insurance agency, a law firm and Toronto Police Services. The latter might have something to do with her penchant for writing mysteries but so might reading Nancy Drew and Agatha Christie and watching the Perry Mason TV series as a child and teenager. For the past 25-plus years Sharon has worked as a freelance writer, editor and writing instructor. She’s written for community newspapers, theToronto Star, Globe and Mail, Toronto Life, Quill & Quire, The Prairie Journal and cbc.ca. Her short stories have appeared in anthologies and she co-authored a novella Fire Underneath the Ice with Rene Natan under the pseudonym R.S. Natanevin.

She is currently Writer in Residence for the Canadian Authors Association Toronto Branch, runs the East End Writers’ Group, is a member of the Periodical Writers Association of Canada, Crime Writers of Canada and Editors’ Association of Canada, and teaches short story and memoir writing workshops at Toronto Public Library branches. Sharon spends her spare time walking and out in her Toronto garden where she dreams up new story ideas, especially those involving murder and mystery.