Tag Archive | food movement

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.) […]

Meet Me At the Fair

I’m going to the fair. Not that one! Next week, September 8, 9, 10, I’ll be in Santa Rosa, California at the National Heirloom Exposition, billed as “The World’s Pure Food Fair.” It will be held at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds. Here’s what they have to say: Education about heirloom growing, sustainability, market farming, and […]

Tricks or Treats: Treasure on Sale

It’s no trick. Treasure, first book in the Seed Savers series, is currently on sale across all ebook platforms for only 99 cents! How do you know if this series is for you? Do you like books with adventure, but not gore? Do you like fiction books that are sprinkled with facts? … social commentary in […]

Wow–You’re One of Us!

“Wow, You’re One of Us!” It was an exclamation I heard from across the way at the iris booth. The venue was the National Heirloom Expo which took place recently in Santa Rosa, California and is billed as The World’s Pure Food Fair. And though I don’t know what exactly the reference was toward, the […]