The Surreal Killer

The Surreal Killer
Machu Picchu. Peru

Monday, June 9, 2014

Next Stop in the Writing Process Blog Tour

I’ve been invited by fellow mystery writer, Mike Martin author of the Sgt. Windflower mystery series to participate in a unique blog tour on writing.  Mike’s latest installment in this popular series is “Beneath the Surface”, available in Chapters/Indigo Bookstores across Canada and on Amazon in print and Kindle formats at  Sgt. Windflower solves crimes and performs heroic deeds on the rugged East Coast of Canada.  You can visit Mike at or at http//  Links on Mike’s blog can take you to other authors on this tour.

And so, to continue the tour, I will answer the four questions posed to participants in the Writing Process Blog Tour:

1.     What are you working on?  

I just published “The Origin Of Murder”, which brings Roger and Suzanne to Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands.  That means I’m spending a lot of time trying to sell the new novel via social networking sites and guest blogs like this one. 
I’m also currently part of the way through a work in progress, a new Roger and Suzanne novel set in Alaska.  The current Alaska-based work in progress will be my sixth novel (and ninth book overall) in the Roger and Suzanne South American mystery series, about halfway completed.  This entry will take place in Alaska’s Denali national park wilderness, where a couple of Roger and Suzanne’s friends have been killed in what appears to be a random attack by a bear.  It’s a pretty good bet they were murdered, but how, and by whom?