Tag Archive | social commentary in fiction

Anniversary & July 4th Celebration Sale

Woohoo! Today is the one year anniversary of the debut of Seed Savers-Unbroken, fifth and final book in the award-winning Seed Savers series. Seed Savers is a futuristic scifi series for ages 10 and up set in the United States at a time when gardening is illegal and most people don’t know about “real food.” […]

Earth Day Sale on All Seed Savers Books

Before I forget to mention it, don’t miss my biggest sale of the year, the Earth Day sale. In 2014 I actually did an Earth Day tour in Texas. At that time only the first three books in the series were out. It was an amazing time and I enjoyed meeting many wonderful people. So […]

The Seed Savers Series–Will You Like It?

I’ve created this flowchart to help you decide. 🙂 Buy the ebooks from you favorite retailer here. 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!

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 […]

Seed Savers-Heirloom Available Now!

Seed Savers-Heirloom is ready to order! If you haven’t heard of the series, Heirloom is book three in the five-book Seed Savers series. It can be read out of order, in case you were wondering. For a quick overview of the series go here. For the lowdown on Heirloom read this. Today’s nugget is this: […]

The Zombie Apocalypse and Other Things You Should Be Worried About

There’s this thing I’ve been doing a lot lately (no doubt to the annoyance of my family) where in reference to, say, junk in the basement or garage–old bikes, backpacks, canned food (I know, gross, right?)–instead of getting rid of it I say, “Oh well, it’ll come in handy in case of a zombie apocalypse.” […]