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Sunday, February 12, 2012

Win a Copy of The Year Round Vegetable Gardener!!

Storey Publishing is giving away a copy of my book!! 

Click here to enter!!

Another mention of The Year Round Vegetable Gardener on one of my favourite blogs - A Growing Tradition. It was so kind of Thomas to share his photos (and his story) with me! I'm so inspired by him and his passion for edibles. It was fantastic to be able to include him in the book. (Also love his garden gnome photo!)

7 comments:

  1. Unfortunately its only open to US residents! Phoowee!

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  2. Hi Niki, I saw the review in yesterday's Halifax Herald and rushed out to buy your book this afternoon. I just love it!

    I get about 10 months harvest here in Cape Breton; April through January, hope to learn more tricks! I have better luck direct seeding my Broccoli in April under cranberry juice or water jug hot caps than transplanting...

    One wierd thing I just noticed; list price is 23.95 in Canada and 19.95 in US!!! Amazon.ca price is 17.29 while Amazon.com price is 13.57. Go figure!!!!

    Your newest fan!

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  3. Hi Madame M! Thanks so much for your kind comments!! Keep me posted on your soon-to-be 12 month garden! :)

    Thanks too for your broccoli tip.. I will give that a try this year too.

    As for the book price, I had hoped the US and Canadian price would be the same, but it's not to be. I had no control over that as that is a publisher decision. Maybe someday we'll be more on par!! :)

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  4. I must say how much your book has inspired me to tackle the lawn and grow a garden this year! I cannot remember a gardening book that I actually read, cover to cover! Wishing you all the best.

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  5. Why is the draw to win your book only open to US residents??

    *looking forward to your seminar in Halifax tonight!!

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  6. Congratulations on the success of your book. Nothing tastes as good as what we grow ourselves, especially in the depth of winter.

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  7. Hi! I just want to say I bought your book based on what I saw on the Growing Tradition blog and it is very good! Did a quick breeze through and it seems packed with good information and is beautiful to look at too. Good luck with it! Now I will treat myself and read it more slowly and carefully. Patsy

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