Tag Archive | Heirloom

All Seed Savers Books on Sale This Week

For those of you who don’t receive the newsletter, just wanted to let you know that all of my Seed Savers books are on sale for the remainder of the week. Perfect for summer or any time, the Seed Savers books take place in a future where gardening is illegal in the United States and […]

Load Those Kindles for Christmas

If you missed the sales on Black Friday or Cyber Monday, don’t worry. Readers everywhere are invited to check out the deals offered on Read Tuesday. What am I offering up for Read Tuesday? My book Heirloom is on Kindle Countdown. Normally $3.99, it will be only 99 cents through Thursday, December 11. Heirloom is […]

What the Heck is a GMO? (Just Label It, Part 1)

If you live in Oregon or Colorado, you have the great privilege in November to stand up to the big corporations and let them know you won’t be bought. I’m talking about measure 92 in Oregon and prop 105 in Colorado that call for labeling groceries containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs). There’s a lot to […]

Heirloom Expo 2014

One week ago I attended the National Heirloom Exposition in Santa Rosa, California. Today I’ll kick off a series of posts inspired by the event, beginning with this photo collage. Enjoy. S. Smith is the author of the awesome and award-winning middle grade series, Seed Savers. Visit her Facebook and Pinterest pages. Follow her on Twitter. Sign up for the newsletter.  Download Treasure FOR […]

The Food Revolution — Let’s Win This One

  If food is the new cool, why aren’t people gobbling up my book series? I read an article in the USA Today trending page calling food “the new cool” and asserting that “food has become the topic du jour and consumes consumers.” And it’s true. People today are getting back to the basics when […]

Author S. Smith Press Release

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   LOCAL AUTHOR COMPLETES TEXAS BOOK TOUR Ultimate Food Police Imagined in Speculative YA Series SALEM, Ore. May 10, 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 day when corporate agriculture and the government have merged […]

Texas Earth Day Tour Recap

It wasn’t a blog tour, it was a real tour. We left on April 9 and returned–on schedule–May 1. A rental car we wished we could keep carried us safely through Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Nevada as we attended the wedding of a niece and appeared in bookstores and […]