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Does a Book Series Have to be Read in Order?

I would argue “no.” Case in point: prequels. Or one better–-is there ever really a beginning? (Or an ending for that matter?) What about those books that are told out of order (I’m thinking of Jodi Picoult’s first book, Songs of the Humpback Whale)? Or a series written out of order such as the Chronicles of Narnia? […]

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 […]

Cover Reveal Seed Savers Lily!

The cover for the new Seed Savers-Lily is here! The story of Lily takes place in August, so this cover reflects late summer and daytime rather than the night cover of Treasure, making it light and airy. I hope you like it. Lily’s release date is August 30 and will be available on preorder soon. […]

Review of Seed Savers-Treasure

Ohh, my publisher just sent me this review of Treasure posted on NetGalley. I don’t often repost reviews because it seems kind of braggy, but it really made my heart sing. The reviewer mentioned a lot of things I always hope people will think and say. So pardon me for reposting, but sometimes we need […]

Introducing Lily of Seed Savers

  As many of you know, my Seed Savers books are being republished with Flying Books House. The first in the five book series, Treasure, was released June 11. Book two, Lily was released August 30. Lily is a character who is left behind halfway through book one and this is her story. It takes place at the […]

Excerpt from Seed Savers Treasure

  In celebration of the rerelease of Treasure today, I’m posting an excerpt from the book that explains the title. Enjoy. From chapter 8: Ana reached down and pulled something from the pocket of her sweater. She rested her closed fist on the table and opened it slowly like a flower opening its petals to […]

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 […]