“When I am not writing at home on the edge of a Canadian forest, or in a mountainside village in Crete, or in a Prague cafe, I am exploring history’s awesome powers of love and destruction.” – Jane Bow
COURAGE • WORLD WAR II • DEEP LOVE
Jane Bow’s new novel, Cally’s Way - released Spring 2014
Kirkus Review/ Read The Full Review Here
A skillfully written novel, romantic yet tough-minded, in a beautiful setting...
Rethymnon Bugle/ Read full review here
This book is highly recommended...
Hilary Boyd, bestselling U.K. author
A beautifully written tale...
Robert Begiebing, award-winning U.S. author
Cally’s Way resonates deeply... with surprising connections among the violent and tragic occupations of the Second World War...
A literary adventurer
The daughter of diplomats, I grew up in Canada, in the United States during the McCarthy era, in Generalissimo Franco’s fascist Spain, in England and in Communist Czechoslovakia.
Current Blog Posts
The Angel's Share: A Cretan Grape Harvest
As winter Covid cases surge, why not escape with me to a grape harvest in sunny Crete, home to Zeus, […]Read More ›
by Jane Bow Shortlisted for its Ken Klonsky novella award, Homeless was published by Quattro Books in 2018. Now an ebook, free during the […]Read More ›
Greek gifts have enriched the world for several thousand years, most recently last week. Greece’s myths show us how different […]Read More ›
Prague Diary (2) - Creative Beauty & the Beast
Beauty This Prague diary is about my trip to research my new historical novel. I am looking for the Communism […]Read More ›