Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Tomorrow's Guest: Chrystle Fiedler


Tomorrow, fellow mystery author Chrystle Fiedler will be a guest on my blog. Chrystle loves natural remedies and has been using them for as long as she can remember. As a freelance journalist, she wrote about natural cures for Natural Health, Better Homes & Gardens, Prevention, Vegetarian Times, The Health Monitor Network and was the Good Nature columnist for Remedy magazine. Also, she wrote non-fiction books with a focus on natural remedies. So it was only “natural” that when it came to fiction, she would focus on natural remedies, too. The first book in her natural remedies series, Death Drops, is being released today, February 21st, and the sequel, Scent to Kill, will be available in the fall.

When Chrystle isn't writing, she spends time with family and friends, playing with her two dachshunds, Holmes and Wallander, and her two cats, Tinker and Tuppence (all named after famous detectives!), taking a walk on the beach, gardening, enjoying Psych, Monk and The Mentalist on TV or reading a cozy mystery in her cozy cottage by the sea.

In her guest post tomorrow, Chrystle Fiedler answers my interview questions, and I'm sure you'll be intrigued by what she has to say. Then, feel free to ask her some questions of your own in the comments.

3 comments:

Velda Brotherton said...

Hi Beth, Enjoyed reading your interview. Isn't it fun to write about something that once occupied much of our thoughts?
I wish you continued success with your books.

PJ Nunn said...

Great interview! I love the idea of a protagonist who's into natural remedies. Looks like something I'll have to seek out. Thanks for the heads up and good luck with it, Chrystle!

Chrystle Fiedler said...

Thank you Velda and PJ! I appreciate your support! I hope you like Death Drops!