Tag Archive | middle grade novel

Sandra Smith Returns — Anakalian Whims

Sharing a recent interview I did over at Anakalian Whims! Sandra Smith grew up on a farm with a tremendously large garden. She maintains that if you can’t taste the soil on a carrot, it’s not fresh enough. Although she now lives with her husband, cats, and three chickens in the city, she still manages […]

Introducing Seed Savers-Keeper

As most of you know, Flying Books House has been republishing and polishing the Seed Savers series. I’m very pleased to announce that book 4, Keeper, is scheduled for release on April 16, in time for Earth Day! But I’m most pleased to show you the beautiful cover. This may be my favorite of them […]

Lily Guerrilla Gardens

  Here is an excerpt from Seed Savers-Lily when she first sees Arturo’s back yard. Arturo called out ahead of us. “Abuelo!  Lily is here.” We walked straight through the house and out the back. An old man was rocking in a wicker chair under a hastily-made awning. He wore a straw hat and held […]

Seed Savers Treasure in Pictures

Day three: celebrating the rerelease of Treasure in pictures.                     Sandra Smith is the author of the awesome and award-winning middle grade/YA series, Seed Savers. Visit her Facebook and Pinterest pages. Follow her on Twitter. Sign up for the newsletter!

Announcing Seed Savers:Treasure Cover Reveal

Many of you have probably noticed that I haven’t been blogging much recently. I’ve       been        busy.  🙂 Here is my great news: Seed Savers is being rereleased by a new, small publisher called Flying Books House. The books are getting great new covers and interior work as well. I’m very […]

A Fiction Author at Master Gardener Conference

Because my books have a gardening theme, I often attend garden & foodie events, as well as trade shows large and small. This is a no-brainer for non-fiction titles. My book series, Seed Savers, however, is fiction. It’s always a bit of a challenge to get passers-by to realize the books are fiction, despite my […]

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, […]