Julian Worker is a travel writer and photographer who also writes murder mysteries and humorous fiction. He is the author of eleven books and ebooks. His latest book ‘Animals Evolution Avoided’ discusses 40 little-known creatures who otherwise would have escaped our attention. His third murder mystery novel ‘The Frisby Waterless Murders’ is now being edited for publication. He has taken many photographs that have appeared in travel guides by National Geographic, Thomas Cook and The Rough Guides. Julian is the President of Tillicum Toastmasters in New Westminster and has been a member of that club for seven years. He is also President of New West Writers.
Julian has written articles on architecture for the US magazine Skipping Stones, and his travel articles were published in The Globe and Mail, Fate Magazine, The Vancouver Sun, and Northwest Travel. He blogs about travel on the ‘In The Know Traveler’ website. His work has appeared online recently on the World and I, Offbeat Travel, and GoNomad websites.
These are the titles of Julian’s paperback travel books: ‘Julian’s Journeys’ and ‘Travel Tales from Exotic Places like Salford’, and his four travel ebooks are called ‘Ten Traveller’s Tales’; ‘Scottish Highlands, Caribbean Islands and more’; ‘Travels through History – Armenia and the UK: Journeys in Armenia and the UK’; and ‘Travels through History-The Balkans: Journeys in the former Yugoslavia’.
He has written two books of humorous fiction: ’40 Humourous British Traditions’ and ‘Sports the Olympics Forgot’; and, two murder mysteries: ‘The Goat Parva Murders’ and ‘The Manton Rempville Murders’.
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At the August 26 gathering of Surrey Muse, Julian will present a selection from his published work. More information about the event is here: august-26-gathering-of-surrey-muse