P.O. Box 225
Arroyo Seco, New Mexico, United States
Home page: www.susanmurdochpublications.com
Susan Murdoch grew up on the seacoast of Maine, and currently resides in Taos,
New Mexico. She has a son, Tim, and a daughter, Jacquelyn, who have been her
foundation through the years.
Susan has an eclectic collection of scholastic achievements. She attended the
Military Police Academy at Fort McClellan, Alabama, while serving in the United
States Army as well as graduating from the New Hampshire Institute of Therapeutic
Arts in Hudson, New Hampshire, as a Licensed Massage Therapist. She holds an
Associates Degree in Business Science from McIntosh College in Dover, New
Hampshire, and spent 16 years working as a Licensed Nursing Assistant and
continues to devote her time as a caregiver to the elderly in the surrounding
As an Illustrator, Susan was a member of the Kittery Art Association, and student of
the Art Instruction School in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Susan’s thirst for learning,
knowledge and anything creative is constantly driving her forward and has played an
important part of who she is today.
Murdoch’s latest book is an enlightening story that brings an awareness of an
important issue in today’s society, bullying. Children can learn how the Iwogs battle
against Snip and Snap, the turtle brothers, and how together they learn that with
kindness and forgiveness anything is possible.
Susan is the author and illustrator of the acclaimed children’s book, Plaid Frogs, Blue
Toads & Pink Pollywogs, which was designed to help kids with cancer or any
childhood disease in search of a cure, discuss their emotions with a parent, teacher
or healthcare provider. A portion of the proceeds of Plaid Frogs…goes to the
American Cancer Society.
Interests: Writing and Illustrating Children's books. Writing screenplays. Oil and acrylic
painting, Music and cooking.
Published writer: Yes