Good News.

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new growth on spruce tree

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Wow!  We’re live on Amazon!

The Last of the Living Blue is available NOW– in paperback and Kindle. Amazing – three days ahead of schedule!

Okay, Reviewers: Now you can post your reviews!  Please, when you can… your help is so appreciated and truly needed.

And speaking of Reviewers:

Sammie has wonderfully offered to extend the opportunity:  A free paperback copy of The Last of the Living Blue in exchange for posting a review.  If you would like to take her up on this very generous offer, please write her at sammie@norlightspress.com, and be sure to give her your mailing address. Sammie is super – there are no strings attached – this is just a way of spreading the word, sharing, and generating more interest for a book we both believe in. Seriously, reviews do matter.  Please take the time to share and post.  Most importantly, I hope you read this new book, and I hope you love it.

I’m told you’re not supposed to get too attached to your work.  Too late.  I am.  It is a part of me.  It is my gift to you.

This one matters so much to me.  This one is for the trees…

Thank you all for your kindness and support, for reading, sharing, listening, inspiring… I am just so happy right now!  Thank you!!!

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beetle kill

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10 thoughts on “Good News.

  1. What a heartbreaking photo to end with :( and yet I am so happy you are happy! Enjoying your words so much, about half way through. Will for sure review when I am done and know what I want to say.
    CONGRATULATIONS!!! This is huge, for you and the trees!

  2. HAVE NOT READ THE BOOK BECAUSE EYE CHALLENGES BUT MAYBE IF I GET A KINDLE I CAN LISTEN…ARE ANY OF YOUR BOOKS AUDIBLE?
    ANOTHER LARGE AUDIENCE BUT NO GORGEOUS PHOTOS!
    LOVE YOU AND CONGRATS!!!
    GINNY

  3. Gin, about half way through, while traveling through the Midwest. Your book is amazing and real reflection of the Gin I have come to know. Al

  4. Congratulations, once again, so amazing that you have been able to do so much in such a short time frame. Ordering the book today.

  5. HI GIN,
    BLUE SPRUCE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN MY FAVORITE AND WE PLANTED SEVERAL AT OUR CRYSTAL ISLAND RANCH IN THE ASPEN VALLEY ABOVE CARBONDALE, CO. HOPE THEY ARE ALIVE!!

    ONE WAS FOR SKY WHEN SHE WAS BORN , 1988, AND SKY IS THRIVING!!
    ADELANTE
    BUT WE ARE IN PATAGONIA NOW…THANKS FOR THE MEMORIAL TO THESE GRAND TREES!
    LOVE YOU,
    GINNY

    • I planted a fruit tree for Forrest every year on his birthday until he was about ten or eleven, we were here, and the survival rate of fruit trees was, well, not very likely. Although we moved well over a dozen times, I liked the idea of being a bit of Johnny Appleseed and shared the bounty with unknowing strangers.

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