Robbie Jordan here, from Maddie Day's Country Store Mysteries - with an audiobook giveaway!
My customers kind of demand high-quality breakfast food though, and I realized I didn't know where the grits came from. What kind of corn is used, and who grinds it into those little bits? Then I came across the Original Grit Girl. She's a woman my author used to know in Bloomington. She's got a real name, sure, Georgeanne Ross.
But as The Original Grit Girl, she buys up corn and stone grinds it fresh every single week. Well,
My author included The Grit Girl's recipe in When the Grits Hit the Fan - with permission, of course.
To celebrate how great grits are, we're giving away an audiobook version of Grilled for Murder! And if you don't win, the ebook versions are on sale right now.
Edith Maxwell writes the Quaker Midwife Mysteries and the Local Foods Mysteries, the Country Store Mysteries (as Maddie Day), and award-winning, Agatha-nominated short crime fiction.
Maxwell is Incoming President of Sisters in Crime New England. She lives north of Boston with her beau and three cats, and blogs here, with the other Wicked Cozy Authors, and with the Midnight Ink Writers. You can find her on Facebook, twitter, Pinterest, and at her web site, edithmaxwell.com.