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Dark Wolf Adrift is the tale of an uber-alpha shifter whose inner beast threatens to rip away his last shred of humanity. Here's what the early reviewers had to say:
"A well-written and fast-paced story" --- PenKay
The novella is a prequel to the Alpha Underground series but can be
read as a standalone. Just skip the last couple of pages if you don't
want to be teased about what's to come in Hunter's future.
I'm excited to announce that
the final book in my Ultimate Guide to Soil series is now available for
What early reviewers had
"Thanks to her Ultimate Guide to Soil series, I am enjoying robust plant growth and harvesting gorgeous vegetables and herbs from my garden." --- M
"I know more about composting and soil amendments now than I did before reading this - and I've been composting for 30 years, so I thought I knew it all!" --- Colin B. McGee
thrilled to announce that my newest paperback is now live
The Ultimate Guide to
Soil is a hefty book, full of all of the tidbits I've learned over the
last decade about improving and maintaining soil in a no-till garden.
There are sections on soil testing, no-till management, and
remineralization, plus an encyclopedic overview of organic soil
amendments including everything from manure and straw to bokashi bins,
black soldier fly compost, and humanure.
geared the book toward both beginners and advanced gardeners alike,
including highlights of my own garden's growing pains so you won't have
to repeat those mistakes. I also included my successes of course, along
with tips for turning problematic dirt into prime garden soil. Then I
rounded it all out with the experiences of other gardeners and a hefty
helping of library research.
I've been amazed and
gratified by the public reaction to Half
Wolf, the first book in my Alpha Underground series. Over 6,000
sales and borrows in the first three months --- wow!
“Romance, passion, suspense, and intrigue all in one book” — happyreader10
“Fun, exciting, thoughtful, suspenseful” — L. Dalzell
“An awesome power packed modern story” — Diana P
“I have never read a book that makes me feel so much a part of their world.” — Celeste C. Crotts
“Rarely does a second book surpass the first, but this does.” — Amazon Customer
The third book in my soil series is now live and the fourth
book is up for preorder! I hope you'll
take a chance on a series that has been described as "Easy, useful, and
And here are the links to book 4, Soil Amendments for the Organic Garden:
Thanks so much for
reading! And if you enjoy my ebooks, I hope you'll consider taking the
time to write a brief review. Your social proof helps strangers decide
to take a chance on a new author and gives me the leisure to share my
experiences with you every day on my blog. I appreciate having you
along for the ride!
a bit of random book news today. First, Trailersteading is now
available on all major retailers in ebook form (as well as on paper in
bookstores, libraries, and more). Here are some links in case you've
been waiting to find this crowd favorite somewhere other than on Amazon:
Second, look --- a pretty
new cover for The Ultimate Guide to Soil! I also just got word from my
publisher that this book is going to be translated into German, where it
will be sold by Mobiwell Verlag. Fun, huh?
techniques for real people" and "informational, actionable, and written
in a down-to-earth tone that is easy to read and understand" --- that's
how early readers are describing Small-Scale No-Till Gardening Basics.
This second book in my soil series left the preorder period this morning
and is now available for immediate download on:
Meanwhile, if you've
already tried book two and enjoyed it, I wanted to alert you to my
fan-only two-day sale on the third book in the series. Balancing Soil
Nutrients and Acidity just went up for preorder and you can nab it at 99
cents today or tomorrow before it goes up to its real price of $2.99.
So if you want
to learn about the science behind remineralization, along with
information on how to mitigate soil deficits and problematic pH using
chemicals, cows, goats, chickens, mushrooms, cover crops, dynamic
accumulators, and more, then here are the links for you:
Thank you so much for reading! You are why I write.
The print edition of Trailersteading is now live and I've been amazed at how
well this book has been received. After all, I originally envisioned it
as a bit of a joke. Why would anyone want to learn about our choice to
homestead in a dirt-cheap mobile home when they could dream about
strawbale houses or cob domiciles?