Mystery author

Fleur Bradley

I love to meet booksellers, kids, teachers, librarians, and parents. Here are just some of the places I've been invited to teach or speak:

  • Pikes Peak Writers Conference
  • Colorado Teen Literature Festival
  • Mobile, AL Reading Association Teen Writing Fair
  • Alabama Book Festival
  • Mississippi Library Association Conference
  • Bouchercon (mystery fan conference)
  • Left Coast Crime (mystery fan conference)
  • SCBWI Southern Breeze Wik Conference
  • Young Author Fest at William Carey University
  • Mississippi Reading Association Conference
  • Fay B. Kaigler Children's Book Festival




For Educators
I regularly speak at librarian/educator conventions on practical ways to get reluctant readers to read, as well as how to hold a successful Skype author visit. Most recently, I hosted sessions at the Mississippi Reading Association's convention, and at the Fay B. Kaigler Children's Book Festival. 

For Writers
Want to find out how to add suspense to your writing? How to write middle-grade fiction, or how to manage social media as an author? I've spoken on all these topics at conventions like Pikes Peak Writers Conference, SCBWI Southern Breeze Wiki Conference, and RWA Kiss of Death chapter among others.

Contact me to invite me to your event!


School and library visits are the best part of my job! I do both in-person and Skype author visits.
Skype visits run about 20-30 minutes, are simple Q&A format, and are always free. I routinely do in-person author visits in the Colorado Springs, Denver, and Pueblo area (my home base); contact me for pricing and details. I'm also happy to travel to your venue! 

School Presentations

1. George Washington Presentation
to accompany Double Vision: Code Name 711

Length: 45 min.-1 hour
Did you know George Washington was America's first spy? As the founder of the Culper Ring, he helped overthrow the British during the Revolutionary War using clever spy tactics. During this fun, interactive presentation, we'll talk about George Washington's spy history, and little-known facts about the crucial role of his clandestine activities. There will be time for Q&A at the end of the session.

2. Workshop

Length: 45 min.-1 hour
Let’s plot a novel together! This dynamic workshop will have the class come up with a main character, a problem, and plot points that build toward a climax. I will guide students as we brainstorm ideas, encouraging them to avoid clichés, add a meaningful theme, and end the story with a satisfying resolution.