I'm on the second part of my Got-to-get-things-done-cause-Christmas-is-coming break.
From December 15 - December 31
I'll be putting up my tree (finally), helping family and friends wrap gifts (I love wrapping!), baking, candy making, and no doubt driving around one of my siblings (or more) on mad dashes of last minute shopping.
I love my blog! I love all of you! I love doing what I do in the cozy community.
So, no worries. I'll also be taking time to catch up on reviews (way far behind), scheduling tours, giveaways, and getting Lisa Ks Book Reviews ready for 2018!
In the mean time, you'll still see me on Facebook. Did you really think I could stay away from my computer for over two weeks?
Sgt. Windflower is back on the case in Grand Bank. This time, there’s a missing girl, trouble at the factory, and signs of danger everywhere. But, there’s always good food, good friends, and good company to make life worthwhile. All the usual characters and a few new suspects are back to help Windflower unravel the web of deceit and deception that threatens the small community.
The Sgt. Windflower Mystery seies is like no other I've read. The character, Sgt. Winston Windflower is so very intriguing to me. The writing of Mike Martin stays with me long ever reading his books.
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I have always been a writer, even as I have earned a living doing many, many other things. For the last 15 years I have been a freelance writer, specializing in workplace and social policy issues. I have been published in newspapers and magazines acrossC anada, the United States and New Zealand. My first published book was Change the Things You Can: Dealing With Difficult People, published by Booklocker in 2011. The Walker on the Cape was my first published fiction book although I have published a number of short stories in periodicals and on-line. The Body on the T is the second book in the Sgt. Windflower Mystery Series
I am a member of Ottawa Independent Writers, Capital Crime Writers, the Crime Writers of Canada and the Newfoundland Writers’ Guild.