Tag Archive | kindle

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 […]

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 […]

Free Christmas Short Story

Looking for a quick and cozy Christmas short story? Look no further! For three days, 28 Days–A Smoky Mountain Christmas is FREE on Kindle. Here is the blurb: It’s Christmas holiday and Lily is stuck in a remote mountain village surrounded by people with unfamiliar cultural traditions.With school out for a month and no internet […]

FREE FOR FIVE DAYS ONLY

  Free is a great price! What do you get in Cat in Mouse? First, you get four short stories–short as in just a few pages, not 20+ pages. The stories all feature characters from the Seed Savers series. You don’t need to have read the novels to understand the stories. In fact, this is […]

Read An Ebook! (And other news…)

The Rooted in Food Fair in Silverton was great. It’s only the third year they have been doing it and I think it’s just going to get bigger and better as time goes on. I met a lot of nice people and signed and sold some books. I also got invited to another “seed” event […]

Kids CAN Change the World—Meet Two Child Activists

Can children really change the future? It’s a tag line on the back of my first book, Treasure (Seed Savers, #1). One criticism Treasure receives on occasion is that the child protagonists are “too smart” or do things too advanced for their ages. So today I’d like to introduce some real life child food activists. […]

Keeping the Children in Books for the Summer

As an author of middle grade books, I’m always on the lookout for sites that help get the word out about children’s books.  When my kids were younger, we brought home boatloads of books from the library on an almost weekly basis. The best way to find a book was to ask the librarian, or […]