Spring Reads: Guest Post by Matthew Redford author of Addicted to Death (@matthew_redford; @authorightUKPR)

Today I am delighted to welcome author Matthew Redford to my blog as part of Spring Reading Week. Matthew has penned a guest post about the journey from inspiration to publication with his novel, Addicted To Death. First things first though – the all important bookish bits.

Addicted to DeathOfficial Book Blurb

Following the murder of Benedict and Darcy Blacktail, two eggs savagely beaten to death outside their home by an unknown, fedora wearing assailant brandishing a large metal spoon, Detective Inspector Willie Wortel, carrot and the leading food detective in the police force, is called in to investigate.

When the only food sapiens minister in the Government, Professor Perry Partridge, is murdered at the Strawberry Strip Club, run by the young damson Victoria Plum, DI Wortel suspects that the two cases may somehow be linked.

As the Head of the Food Related Crime Division, DI Wortel is ably assisted by his human colleague Sergeant Dorothy Knox. But as their investigation begins, four celebrity chefs are sent death threats.

It’s a recipe for disaster as the incarcerated evil genius MadCow McBeef is seeking parole; someone appears to have crumbled Mr Bramley’s apples; and there is an anti-GM food protestor on the prowl. And why do Oranges and Lemons think they owe someone five farthings?

DI Wortel and his team must find out who is seemingly addicted to death. It will take all efforts – human, fruit and vegetable – to figure this one out.

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Blog Tour: Accidental Damage by Alice May (@emmamitchellfpr; @AliceMay_Author)

I am delighted to be joining the blog tour for Accidental Damage by Alice May. I have a guest post to share with you in a moment about Alice’s road to publication, but first of all, here is what the book’s about.

CoverThe Official Book Blurb

If you think the normal school run on a Monday is entertaining you should try doing it from a tent in your back garden surrounded by the jumbled up contents of your entire home. It is vastly more diverting.

Our heroine has survived the sudden collapse of her home – or has she?

Certain events two and a half years ago led her to deliberately destroy an important piece of herself, hiding away all remaining evidence that it ever existed. What happens when she decides to go looking for it?

Does she really deserve to be whole again?

Inspired by a true story, this is an account of one woman’s secret guilt and her journey in search of forgiveness! Continue reading “Blog Tour: Accidental Damage by Alice May (@emmamitchellfpr; @AliceMay_Author)”