Donna Meredith's books feature strong women, haloes slightly tarnished.
The Associate Editor of Southern Literary Review, she is the author of five award-winning novels, "Buried Seeds," "Fraccidental Death," "Wet Work," “The Glass Madonna” and “The Color of Lies” that are popular with book clubs, as well as the nonfiction book “Magic in the Mountains: Kelsey Murphy, Robert Bomkamp, and the West Virginia Cameo Glass Revolution.”
She’s worn many hats for the Tallahassee Writers Association, including president, vice president, conference chair, newsletter editor, webmaster, and chair of the Seven Hills Review literary contest.
She became a full-time writer after a teaching career in public high schools in West Virginia and Georgia, where she taught English, Newspaper Journalism, and TV Production.
She earned a Bachelor’s in Education with a double major in English and Journalism from Fairmont State College, a Master’s in Journalism from West Virginia University, and an Education Specialist’s degree in English from Nova University. She also studied creative writing at Florida State and served as a newsletter editor for the Florida State Attorney General’s Office. She resides in Tallahassee with her husband John.