Find out more about Sharon Marchisello’s new novel, Secrets of the Galapagos and head over to Sue Vincent’s blog to find out more background to the story.
One of the top destinations on my bucket list has always been the Galapagos Islands. Located approximately 1000 kilometers off the coast of Ecuador, this volcanic archipelago is not the easiest place to reach. Although several of the islands are inhabited by humans, approximately 97% of the territory is a national park, protecting hundreds of unique species of plant and animal life.
My husband and I were fortunate to visit the Galapagos in 2014. We marveled at the iconic blue-footed boobies, frigate birds, marine and land iguanas, giant tortoises, Galapagos penguins, and lots of other spectacular wildlife. But I never figured I’d write a novel that is set there. If the story had been planned when we booked our cruise, I would have had a great tax write-off.
About six months after our trip, I was driving home from a conference with a fellow mystery…
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