Elly Griffiths on Knowing When to Say Goodbye — CrimeReads

Have you read the Ruth Galloway series? What do you think about this post?

When I wrote The Crossing Places in 2009, I didn’t think that it would be the start of a long-running series. I was only grateful that it was published at all. My first four books, written under my real name of Domenica de Rosa, were romances and my publisher didn’t want a crime novel. Luckily,…

Elly Griffiths on Knowing When to Say Goodbye — CrimeReads

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2 thoughts on “Elly Griffiths on Knowing When to Say Goodbye — CrimeReads”

  1. Wow, thanks for posting this, Joyce. I am glad I read it because it puts Elly Griffiths writing life into perspective. It’s all very well for readers to shout for more but it’s not like baking a cake. I think Griffiths thoughts echo many authors in different ways over the years but she seems to have a compassionate and level-headed approach. After reading the final book in the series, the sneaky feeling came over me that Ruth and Nelson will get bored and soon start coming across murder victims and criminal intent 🙂 Gretchen.

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