Tag Archive | gardening

2019 Heirloom Expo: Serendipity & the Littlest Fan

We made it back from the Heirloom Expo late Friday night, driving it all in one day and not spending time with the lovely Redwoods as we sometimes do. I didn’t think the Expo was as well-attended as when we had last visited (2016), but all the things I love about it were still intact: […]

Heading to the Expo!

For the first time since 2016 I’m heading to the Heirloom Expo in Santa Rosa, CA! If you’ve never thought vegetables were beautiful, think again. (And get yourself to Santa Rosa next week :)) I’m very excited to be going. I love the displays, the educational sessions, and the people! For the three years I […]

Excerpt from Seed Savers-Unbroken

Tomorrow is the release of the fifth and final book in the Seed Savers series. While it’s a relief to be finished with the series, I know there is still a lot of work ahead as an author who is not with a large press. Our books don’t tend to get the “air time” of […]

Celebration and Fan Giveaway!

In fifteen days the final book of the Seed Savers series will finally be out!!! For those of you who have been fans of the series since the first book was self-published back in 2012 this has been a long wait. If you found the series last year when Flying Books House began republishing them […]

Seed Savers-Treasure, Benjamin Franklin Award Finalist!

It’s been a while since I posted. Not because nothing is happening, but quite the opposite– I’ve been very busy. But first things first: I am thrilled to announce that Seed Savers-Treasure is a finalist for a coveted Benjamin Franklin Award. Read the press release here. Treasure is a finalist in the Children’s/YA cover design […]

Seeds with Stories: Excerpt from Seed Savers-Heirloom

Now that Seed Savers-Heirloom is available for preorder, let me just say how much I enjoy this book. I know it sounds a little weird and very immodest, but I do love reading Heirloom, and believe me, I’ve read it numerous times in polishing, proofing, the re-release, etc. And I still always get drawn in… […]

A Series the Whole Family Can Enjoy

    For today’s post I’m going to step back and introduce my series for any new readers to the blog. So if you haven’t yet heard of my children/YA series, Seed Savers, here is a quick introduction: Seed Savers is set in a future where gardening is illegal and real food unknown. Three young […]