I write mystery fiction, both long and short. 

I write the Local Foods Mysteries, in which organic farmer Cam Flaherty has to deal not only with eager locavores but also murder on the farm. A Tine to Live, a Tine to Die is published by Kensington Publishing (May, 2013). As Tace Baker, I write the Speaking of Mystery series featuring Quaker Linguistics professor, Lauren Rousseau, who solves murders in small-town Ashford, Massachusetts. Speaking of Murder is published by Barking Rain Press (September, 2012). I have had several short stories published, most recently in the Fish Nets anthology from Wildside Press, the Burning Bridges anthology, and in Thin Ice from Level Best Books.

My books and stories can be published from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Smashwords, and your favorite independent bookstore.
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edithmaxwell edithmaxwell Apr 22, 2013 12:21PM
And to you! Thanks for sharing your Wattpad experience. I've written to my publisher asking her if I can do the same.
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