Tuesday, June 04, 2013

Tomorrow's Guest: Edith Maxwell

Tomorrow, fellow mystery author Edith Maxwell will guest on my blog. Also, Edith will run a contest for a free autographed copy of her latest release, A Tine to Live, A Tine to Die.  She will choose the winner from among those who leave a comment.

 Edith Maxwell writes the Local Foods Mysteries. A Tine to Live, a Tine to Die introduces organic farmer Cam Flaherty and a Locavore Club (Kensington Publishing, May 2013). Edith once owned and operated the smallest certified-organic farm in Essex County, Massachusetts. Edith also authored, under the pseudonym Tace Baker, Speaking of Murder (Barking Rain Press) featuring Quaker linguistics professor Lauren Rousseau. Edith holds a PhD in linguistics and is a long-time member of Amesbury Monthly Meeting of Friends. A mother and former technical writer, Edith is a fourth-generation Californian but lives north of Boston in an antique house with her beau and three cats.

In her guest post tomorrow, Edith answers my interview questions, and I'm sure you'll be intrigued by what she has to say. Then, please leave a message for her or ask a question in the comments, and good luck in the contest!

1 comment:

Donnell Ann Bell said...

Good morning, Beth, hi, Edith, your blurbs always intrigue me! And what a great cover. Avacados are one of my favorite foods. I never would have guessed you grew up in California. Best wishes on a fantastic series!