Tagged with The Compleat Gardener

Countdown to Book(s) Launch

Just a reminder that I will be launching two books this Friday, December 6th at 1:00 at First Metropolitan United Church on the corner of Quadra and Balmoral (Victoria, BC). If you are able to come, there will be some refreshments and I’ll do a reading from The Gardener’s Wife and Letters from the Gardener. … Continue reading

Successful launch

It’s great to be back in Victoria after spending a few weeks in Edmonton where I launched by books. If you came out to one of the two events: book signing and reading at MacEwan University Library and book(s) launch at Grace United Church, many thanks for your support. There are still some signed copies … Continue reading

Edmonton launches

My visits to Edmonton are more about descendants than ancestors: my three children and now three grandchildren live here. So my time is more than filled with visits and baby-sitting, but this trip I’m trying to slip in two events to highlight my gardener novels. The first event on September 26 at 3:30 is at … Continue reading

Getting Ready

Fall is here and for me, even though I’m not a teacher or a student anymore, it feels like a time for new beginnings. With great excitement, I’m looking forward to NaNoWriMo in November. [That’s (Inter)National Novel Writing Month.] To prepare, I’ve signed up form a NaNoWriMo boot camp at Uvic that starts in October. … Continue reading

New Book on Smashwords

After a ridiculous amount of technical issues, I have finally published Letters from the Gardener, book 3 in my series of The Compleat Gardener. Please check it out. At least look at the cover and let me know what you think. I did it myself,  I’m no artist, and it’s different. Does it intrigue? I … Continue reading

My first book on Amazon.com

I’m excited to announce that you can now buy a hard copy of my book The Serpentine Garden Path from Amazon.com This is a prequel to A Garden in the Wilderness and the first book in the series I want to call The Compleat Gardener. Books one and two are still available as e-books. The publisher … Continue reading