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Thursday, May 2, 2013

Just released - the cover of my next book!

To celebrate this, my 499th post, I am very exited to share the cover of my next book with you..  I was thinking  that perhaps I should wait and make this my 500th post, but I'm too impatient!! :)

So, without further ado, I'm pleased to introduce Groundbreaking Food Gardens! (coming to a bookstore near you in Dec/Jan).. Preorders are now being accepted in the US here and Canada here.

As the release date nears, I will give you previews of some of the AMAZING designs in the book - I can say that without ego as 72 of the 73 designs were created by experts from North America and beyond. The contributors include fellow bloggers, garden writers, home gardeners, professional horticulturists and a whole bunch of awesome food gardeners who are as passionate about growing veggies, fruits and herbs as I am.


8 comments:

  1. Congratulations to you! I truly enjoyed your first book and will definitely purchase your new one.

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  2. Huge congrats from me to!!! So excited and can't wait to buy it. I am thinking the chapter "Is it 5 o'clock yet" will interest me greatly
    ;-)

    Can't wait to see the designs. B

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  3. This is exciting- can't wait til the release! :)

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  4. So exciting ! Seems like dec/ jan is a long time away, but it'll be here before we know it!

    Congratulations !


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  5. I'm sooo excited for your next book! I had no idea it was coming out, I haven't been able to out down your first one. Congratulations!

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  6. Oh JOY! I just bought your forst book off Amazon, and it came this past week. I love reading about how I can extend my vegetable-season here in the cool Norwegian climate. I will definitaly get your next book :)

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  7. Can't wait. Love your first book and it's definitely helping to expand my food gardening season and capabilities. Thank you.

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