Tag Archive | Earth Day

#EarthDay Matters

Today is Earth Day. Established in 1970 and paid tribute to in some way each year since, never before has it seemed as important as now. For the first time, scientists are banding together to “March for Science” on Earth Day. One wonders how, in the year 2017, we got to a place where scientists […]

Why Wait For Black Friday? Two Book Giveaways

As you know by now if you’ve been following my blog, Keeper, book 4 in the Seed Savers series was released last Saturday. As part of the celebration, I’m running a Goodreads Giveaway for a paperback copy of Keeper. It goes through December 10. All you need to do is sign up. I’m also running […]

Excerpt for Keeper (Seed Savers 4)

In NINE days, Keeper releases. All your friends from the first three books are back except for Ana. But November 7 is Ana’s birthday, so we’ll celebrate her birthday with the new book. 🙂 In the meantime, here is an excerpt from Keeper: Excerpt 1 (Lily talks with her father, followed by encounter with Arturo.) […]

Texas Tour Interview with S. Smith

Originally posted on Anakalian Whims:
1. You came to Texas for the first time for an Earth Day celebration book signing tour. Let’s recap, what stores and schools did you visit? Bookstores: Good Books in the Woods, Spring TX Half Price Books in Houston at these locations: Clear Lake Humble Montrose Half Price Books in…

Author S. Smith Texas Earth Day Tour

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:  Sandy Smith, 503-362-6591  AuthorSSmith@gmail.com  http://AuthorSSmith.com AUTHOR S. SMITH VISITING HOUSTON FOR EARTH DAY TOUR Ultimate Food Police Imagined in New YA Series SALEM, Ore. March 26, 2014—Would you still garden if it were illegal? That is the question confronted in Smith’s futuristic series, Seed Savers. Seed Savers envisions a time […]

Garden Talk

On Saturday I spent six hours sitting behind a table advertising myself as an author. It was Earth Day at the Oregon Garden, and since my book is about seeds, gardens, and knowing what food is and where it comes from, I thought it was an appropriate venue. Here’s the funny part: many people didn’t […]