Tag Archive | garden fiction

#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 […]

Update on All Things #SeedSavers

Today’s post is strictly informational and time sensitive. I’ve been busy with a lot of things and want to keep you up-to-date. First, I am currently giving away the short book, The Lunchroom, with a sign-up to my email newsletter. The Lunchroom consists of several chapter-length stories giving more background to characters in the Seed […]

Ana of Seed Savers

November 7 is a very special day at our house. It’s the day I gave birth to my daughter, Anastasia. Often on or around this date I¬†publish a new book. This is not one of those years. However, in honor of my daughter’s birthday I’m putting the first two books of Seed Savers on sale […]

A Master Gardener’s Review of Treasure (Seed Savers, 1)

Seed Savers: Treasure (Book 1) is a work of fiction, written for age 9 through young adult readers. The subject matter in the book is somewhat based on discussions of current world events suggestive of GMOs, interest in global food supplies, and the science that currently drives these topics. As Master Gardeners, we are non-political […]

#PoweredByIndie

Amazon has deemed October the month to celebrate Indie writers/publishers. Libraries across the country will be celebrating the FIRST ANNUAL Indie Author Day on October 8. So never mind that Wikipedia doesn’t have a page for Indie Author or Indie Publishing. Or maybe I should say “not yet.” All month, Indies are invited to share […]

The Post Heirloom Expo Post

Whew! Time to catch up. Already a week has passed since I arrived in Santa Rosa for my third Heirloom Expo. They switched up a lot of things, and I personally had a bad location for my booth, but all in all it was a great time. I attended these presentations: “MONOCULTURE-Past and Current Issues, […]

Treasure on #instaFreebie Through Labor Day

I’ve been busy enjoying the summer months and neglecting my blog. Deep sigh. But on the other hand, I have posted lots and lots of photos to Instagram! I hope to make amends soon and maybe catch y’all up on what I’ve been doing, but for now I wanted to let everyone know that Treasure […]