Bonnar Spring writes eclectic international thrillers. A nomad at heart, she hitchhiked across Europe at sixteen and joined the Peace Corps after college. After living and teaching overseas, Bonnar returned to the US where she earned an Ed.M. from Harvard and taught ESL for many years.
Bonnar recently trekked to Macchu Picchu for a significant birthday. Her award-winning debut, TOWARD THE LIGHT, is set in Guatemala, and the newly-released DISAPPEARED takes place in Morocco.
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Mentioned in the podcast:
Phyllis A. Whitney Quote: “A map is not a journey.”
Guppies–the Great Unpublished, an online chapter of Sisters in Crime https://www.sinc-guppies.org/
Sisters in Crime was founded in 1986 to promote the ongoing advancement, recognition and professional development of women crime writers. Through advocacy, programming and leadership, SinC empowers and supports all crime writers regardless of genre or place on their career trajectory.
The SinC Writers’ Podcast is produced by Julian Crocamo https://www.juliancrocamo.com/