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Books. 

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  • Disasters in Canada: Prepare and Be Safe Floods (Beech Street Books, September 2019) – juvenile nonfiction

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  • Disasters in Canada: Prepare and Be Safe Wildfires (Beech Street Books, September 2019) – juvenile nonfiction

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  • Canadian Science – Technology and Sustainability: Natural Resources (Beech Street Books, September 2018) – juvenile nonfiction

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  • Canadian Science – Technology and Sustainability: Biodiversity (Beech Street Books, September 2018) – juvenile nonfiction SAUN_TBC_EQUI_COV.indd
  • To Be Canadian – Fairness for All: Equity (Beech Street Books, September 2017) – juvenile nonfiction

 Garden Writing.

  • “Choosing the Right Irrigation System” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Spring 2020) 
  • “The Lovely Lady’s Slipper” – Mother Earth Gardener (Spring 2020) 
  • “Alluring Airplants” – Archive (Winter 2020) 
  • “Grow a Row for Wildlife: Creating Sustainable, Biodiverse Hedges” – The Prairie Garden 2020: Inspired by Nature 
  • “How To: Prevent Browning in Conifers” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Winter 2019-20) 
  • “Go Nutty for Nut Trees” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Winter 2019-20)
  • “Tabletop Gardens” – Herb Quarterly (Winter 2019) 
  • “Keep Your Favorite Annual Plants Thriving All Winter” – Farmers’ Almanac (website) (28 October 2019) – READ IT HERE! 
  • “Plan Ahead to Prevent Common Problems in the Vegetable Garden” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Fall 2019) 
  • “Sublime Scents: Fragrant Perennials” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Fall 2019) 
  • “Fall for Radishes” – Heirloom Gardener (Fall 2019) 
  • “Calgary Horticultural Society: Growing Vines in Calgary” – Calgary Herald (June 27, 2019)
  • “Procuring the Blessings of Basil” – Heirloom Gardener (Summer 2019)
  • “Herbs for the Moonlight Garden” – Herb Quarterly (Summer 2019)
  • “Succession Planting Simplified” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Summer 2019)
  • “Fragrant Annuals” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Summer 2019)
  • “Exhibit in a Flower or Agricultural Bench Show” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Summer 2019) 
  • “Designing a Low-Allergen Garden” – Mother Earth Living (May/June 2019)
  • “Mesmerizing Mosses for Your Garden” – Herb Quarterly (Spring 2019) 
  • “Integrated Pest Management” – The Prairie Garden 2019: Growing Food 
  • “12 Clever Gift Ideas for Gardeners on Your List” – Farmers’ Almanac (website) – (December 2018)
  • “How To: Prevent Seedling Damping Off” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Winter 2018-19)
  • “Perennial Vegetables” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Winter 2018-19)
  • “Wabi-Sabi Garden Design” – Herb Quarterly (Winter 2018)
  • “Protect Your Garden From Winter Damage!” – Farmers’ Almanac (website) – (19 November 2018)
  • “How To: Mulch 101” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Fall 2018)
  • Plants for Fall Colour” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Fall 2018)
  • “Rock Your Garden!” – Herb Quarterly (Fall 2018)
  • “Dooryard Garden Design” – Herb Quarterly (Fall 2018) 
  • “Create your Own Magical Moon Garden” – Farmers’ Almanac (website) – (22 October 2018)
  • “6 Easy Strategies to Prevent an Infestation of Voles” – Farmers’ Almanac (website) – (15 October 2018)
  • “A Trip to the U-Pick Farm: Tips for Harvesting Fun” – Calgary’s Child Magazine (July/August 2018)
  • “Protecting Your Garden From Extreme Weather Conditions” – Farmers’ Almanac – 16 July 2018
  • “6 Spices You’ll Be Amazed You Can Grow At Home” – Farmers’ Almanac – 2 July 2018
  • “Garden Gold: Grow Your Own Saffron” – Heirloom Gardener (Summer 2018)
  • “Wonderful Worts” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Summer 2018)
  • “How To: Prevent Drought and Heat Stress in Plants” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Summer 2018)
  • “Seedlings Suddenly Withering? Tips for Preventing Damping Off Disease” – Farmers’ Almanac (website) (16 April 2018)
  • “Alberta Garden Tour” – Archive (Spring 2018)
  • ” Carrot Cousins” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Spring 2018)
  • “Preventing Common Lawn Problems” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Spring 2018)
  • “IPM for the Herb Garden” – Herb Quarterly (Spring 2018)
  • “Know Your Seed Source” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Winter 2017/18)
  • “Protect Your Trees Against Sunscald and Other Winter Injuries” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Winter 2017/18)
  • “Tea Time: Growing Herbs for Tisanes” – Archive (Winter 2018)
  • “Vibrant Viburnums” – The Prairie Garden 2018: Shade
  • “Growing Green Flowers” – Heirloom Gardener (Winter 2017)
  • “Designing a Meadow Garden” – Herb Quarterly (Winter 2017)
  • “How To: Use Mycorrhizal Fungi in the Garden” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Fall 2017)
  • “Using Microclimates in Your Garden” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Fall 2017)
  • “Edibles for the Kid in You” – The Old Farmer’s Almanac (2018)
  • “Nutritious, Edible Amaranth” – Heirloom Gardener (Fall 2017)
  • “Designing a Wellness Garden” – Herb Quarterly (Fall 2017)
  • “Building a Rain Garden” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Summer 2017)
  • “How To: Deal with Pocket Gophers and Voles in the Garden” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Summer 2017)
  • “Growing Goji” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Summer 2017)
  • “The Urban Parklet” – Herb Quarterly (Summer 2017)
  • “Gardening is fun! (also somewhat dangerous)” – South Peace News (10 May 2017)
  • “Windbreaks, Shade, & More” – GRIT Magazine (May/June 2017)
  • “How To: Set Up a Rain Barrel” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Spring 2017)
  • “When Your Garden Floods” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Spring 2017)
  • “Blue Bonanza: Growing Haskap” – Archive (Spring 2017)
  • “Pruning Lucky Bamboo Plants: Tips on Cutting Back a Lucky Bamboo” – Gardening Know How (website) – 7 April 2017
  • “The Forest Formula” – Herb Quarterly (Spring 2017)
  • Building Homes and Living.com (website) – (January 2017)
    • These Kitchen Scraps Can Be used In Your Garden Instead of Fertilizers
    • Garden Refresher Checklist
    • How to Get Your Amaryllis Plant to Rebloom
    • Creating Winter Wow in the Garden
  • “Grow Delicious Microgreens Indoors This Winter” – Archive (Winter 2017)
  • “Edible Heirloom Alliums” – Heirloom Gardener (Winter 2016-2017)
  • “A Garden Bounty: Propagating Herbs by Cuttings and Layering” – Herb Quarterly (Winter 2016)
  • “Four Centuries of Gardening” – The Old Farmer’s Almanac (2017)
  • “Processing, Storing, and Preserving Sea Buckthorn Berries” – The Canadian Organic Grower (Summer 2016)
  • “How To: Site a Garden Pond” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Summer 2016)
  • “Choose a Composter that Fits Your Needs and Budget” – South Peace News (11 May 2016)
  • “Plan Now for the Winter Garden!” – South Peace News (11 May 2016)
  • “Garden Store Shopping Tips” – The Gardener for Canadian Climates (Spring 2016)
  • “Work With Your Florist to Get Your Dream Wedding Flowers” – South Peace News (2 March 2016)
  • “Creative Saves for Preserving Your Fresh Flowers After the Wedding” – South Peace News (2 March 2016)
  • “Spring Seed-Starting!” – Herb Quarterly (Spring 2016)
  • “The Straw Bale Garden” – Herb Quarterly (Winter 2015)
  • “Growing Gooseberries” – The 2016 Prairie Garden: Fruits and Berries
  • “The Role of Micronutrients in Your Garden” – The Gardener for the Prairies (Summer 2015)
  • “Herb Wall Gardens” – Herb Quarterly (Summer 2015)
  • “Have Fun Gardening with Children” – South Peace News (6 May 2015) 
  • “Keep Hanging Baskets Fabulous All Summer” – South Peace News (6 May 2015)
  • “The Dynamic Garden” – Herb Quarterly (Spring 2015)
  • “Preparing for a Garden Wedding” – South Peace News (25 February 2015)
  • “How To:  Ready, Set, Germinate!” – The Gardener for the Prairies (Winter 2014)
  • “Growing Herb Microgreens” – Herb Quarterly  (Winter 2014)
  • “Make a Cultivated Exchange” – The Old Farmer’s Almanac (2015)
  • “Give Your Garden a Makeover on a Budget” – Canadian Farmers’ Almanac (2015)
  • “Enjoy Spring Early: Grow Flowering Bulbs Indoors” – Alive (October 2014) READ IT HERE!
  • “How To:  Build Your Soil with Bokashi Compost” – The Gardener for the Prairies (Fall 2014)
  • “Growing Fall-Blooming Herbs for Pollinators” – Herb Quarterly (Fall 2014)
  • “Comfrey to the Garden Rescue” – Farmer’s Almanac (website) (23 June 2014)READ IT HERE!
  • “Plants for Privacy and Green Screens” – Farmer’s Almanac (website) (16 June 2014) – READ IT HERE! 
  • “Why Bokashi Composting May Be Easier than Recycling” – Farmer’s Almanac (website) (26 May 2014) – READ IT HERE!
  • “Accessible Gardening is for Everyone” – South Peace News (14 May 2014)
  • “Prepare Your Seeds for a Plentiful Harvest” – Farmer’s Almanac (website) (21 April 2014) – READ IT HERE!
  • “For a Happy Garden, Balance Your Soil” – Farmer’s Almanac (website) (7 April 2014) – READ IT HERE!
  • “Tips for Low-Allergen Gardening” – The Gardener for the Prairies (Spring 2014)
  • “Carrot Kin” – Heirloom Gardener (Spring 2014)
  • “Get Ready for Gardening Season with Community Orchards” – Calgary Herald (15 March 2014) – READ IT HERE!
  • “Germination Motivation” – BackHome (March/April 2014)
  • “Choosing a Grow Light” – Farmer’s Almanac (website) (17 February 2014) – READ IT HERE!
  • “Orchid Care for Everyone!” – Farmer’s Almanac (website)  (15 January 2014) – READ IT HERE! 
  • “Using Plants for Dye:  A Gardener’s Guide” – The Gardener for the Prairies (Winter 2013)
  • “A Microguide to Microgreens” – The 2014 Prairie Garden:  Gardens
  • “Winter Care for Houseplants” – BackHome (November/December 2013)
  • “Time to Winterize Your Lawn!” – Farmers’ Almanac (website) (21 October 2013) – READ IT HERE!
  • “Beautiful to Look At, Delicious to Eat” – The Old Farmer’s Almanac (2014)
  • “Gardening Tip of the Week:  Thinning Vegetable Seedlings” – Calgary Herald (28 June 2013) – READ IT HERE!
  • “Encouraging Green Thumbs” – The Gardener for the Prairies (Summer 2013)
  • “Working Worms:  Boosting Soil Health With Vermicompost” – Rural Roots (Spring 2013)
  • “Dyeing for Color” – The Old Farmer’s Almanac All-Season Garden Guide (2013)
  • “The Symbolism of Wedding Flowers” – South Peace News (Weddings) (February 2013)
  • “Gasplant:  Perennial on Fire” – The 2013 Prairie Garden:  Perennials
  • “Larch Trees in Canada” – Tree Canada  (27 November 2012) – READ IT HERE!
  • “Refreshing the Garden” – The Gardener for the Prairies (Fall 2012)
  • “You-Pick Berries:  Not Only for the Backyard!” – The Old Farmer’s Almanac (2013)
  • “Deer-Proofing Solutions for Your Garden” – South Peace News (16 May 2012)
  • “Planting Checklist for New Rose Gardeners” – South Peace News (16 May 2012)
  • “Create a Fido-Friendly Garden” – South Peace News (16 May 2012)
  • “Creating a Low-Allergen Garden” – Alive (May 2012)
  • “Sublime Vines” – The Gardener for the Prairies (Spring 2012)
  • “Make Eco-Friendly Flower Choices for ‘Green’ Weddings'” – South Peace News (29 February 2012)
  • “Little Leaves:  Grow Great Microgreens”  – The Canadian Organic Grower (Winter 2012)
  • “Microgreens from a Kitchen Garden” – BackHome (January/February 2012)
  • “Apricots for the Prairies” – The 2012 Prairie Garden:  Trees
  • “Marvellous Microgreens” – The Gardener for the Prairies (Winter 2011)
  • “Screen Schemes” – The Gardener for the Prairies (Fall 2011)
  • “Best Shopping Tips for Trees and Shrubs” – South Peace News (25 May 2011)
  • “Planting for the Birds, Adding Gems to Your Garden” – South Peace News (25 May 2011)
  • “Good Bugs for the Garden” – South Peace News (25 May 2011)
  • “Hardy Haskaps for the Garden” – Alberta Gardener Living (Early Spring/Planning 2011), Manitoba Gardener (Early Spring 2011)
  • “The Whys and Wherefores of Green Manure” – The 2011 Prairie Garden: Healthy Gardening
  • “Grow Your Soil Green” – The Gardener for the Prairies (Fall 2010)
  • “Enrich Your Compost:  Just Add Worms” – The Gardener for the Prairies (Summer 2010)
  • “Making Great Conditioners for Your Soil” – South Peace News (12 May 2010)
  • “Keeping a Green Focus:  Best Shopping Tips for Gardeners” – South Peace News (12 May 2010)
  • Calgary Horticultural Society – “Calgary Gardening” (Issues from Aug/Sept 2009 to 2018)

Other Non-Fiction.

  • “Refresh Your Wardrobe with Herbs” – Herb Quarterly (Spring 2020)
  • “Cooking with Sea Buckthorn” – Culinaire (October 2019) 
  • “Make Your Own Kefir” – Archive (Fall 2019) 
  • “Make Your Own Herb Kombucha” – Herb Quarterly (Fall 2019)
  • “Cooking with Sea Buckthorn” – Mother Earth Living (July/August 2019) 
  • “Eat Your Greens” – Archive (Summer 2019)
  • “Berry Bounty: Cooking Up New Flavours with Haskap Berries” – Culinaire (June 2019) 
  • “Cooking and Baking with Rhubarb” – Archive (Spring 2019)
  • “Brew Your Own Kombucha” – Archive (Winter 2019)
  • “Pickle Anything Like a Pro! 10 Pickling Tips for Success” – Farmers’ Almanac (website) – (23 October 2018)
  • “Check Your Pulses: Doing Comfort Food Right With Dried Beans, Peas, and Lentils” – Archive (Fall 2018)
  • “Perfect Picnicking” – Archive (Summer 2018)
  • “Flour Power” – Archive (Fall 2017)
  • “Lexicon of Canning” – Archive (Summer 2017)
  • “Fall Cleaning Hacks with Herbs” – Herb Quarterly (Fall 2016) 
  • “Herbal Wax Melts” – Herb Quarterly (Summer 2016)
  • “Lacto-Fermentation with Herbs” – Herb Quarterly (Fall 2015) 
  • “Preventing Muscle Cramps, Groin Strains, and Stitches” – Minor Hockey Life (November 2014) – READ IT HERE
  • “Revive Your Tastebuds (and Tradition) with Drinking Vinegars and Shrubs” – Culinaire (September 2014)
  • “Drink Your Vinegar” – Farmer’s Almanac (website) (14 July 2014)READ IT HERE!
  • “Herb-Infused Shrub Syrups” – Herb Quarterly (Summer 2014)
  • “Fight Fleas:  Keep Your Dog Itch-Free By Taking a Well-Rounded Holistic Approach to Flea and Tick Control” – Animal Wellness (April/May 2014)
  • “Stalk Talking” (personal essay) – Beer and Butter Tarts (Issue #1, Winter 2013)
  • “Homemade Chocolate, Done Right” – Farmer’s Almanac (website) (23 December 2013)READ IT HERE! 
  • “Fuelling the Vegetarian Athlete” – Minor Hockey Life (October 2013) – READ IT HERE
  • “The Gift of Chocolate” – Curious the Tourist Guide (September 2013)
  • “Brewing and Using Homemade Vinegars” – Country Connection (Winter/Spring 2013)
  • “Taking a Bite Out of Oral Allergies” – ParentsCanada (October 2012)
  • “Is Sodium Necessary to Re-Hydrate?” – Minor Hockey Life (September 2012)
  • “Practical Relief from Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome” – I Love Cats (Spring 2012)
  • “Flours for Yeast Breads” – Country Connection (Winter/Spring 2012)
  • “Travel Tips for Young Hockey Players” – Minor Hockey Life (December 2011)
  • “The Lowdown on Carbohydrates and Proteins for Young Hockey Players” – Minor Hockey Life (February 2011)
  • “Dealing with Concussions and Head Injuries” – Minor Hockey Life (September 2010)
  • “Quick Tips for Nutrition on the Road and on the Run” – Minor Hockey Life (minorhockeylife.com) (March 2010)

Fiction.

  • “Opening Night” (drabble) – #YEG Coffee Sleeves Project (Winter 2019)
  •  “Seams” (flash) – Scary Snippets (Hallowe’en) (October 2019)
  • “The Driving Lesson” (flash) – Short Edition Short Story Dispenser (Calgary, Central Library) (Spring 2019)
  • “Haskap” (flash) – Short Edition Short Story Dispenser (Calgary, Central Library) (Spring 2019)
  • “The Heir” (short story) – Polar Borealis Issue #8 (December 2018)
  • “The Beauty of Mount Sagitta” (short story) – Sharkasaurus! anthology (May 2017) 
  • “The Architect” (flash) – 365 Tomorrows (5 November 2016)READ IT HERE!
  • “GEUs” (short story) – Unicornado! anthology (March 2016)
  • “Dendros” (flash) – Every Day Fiction (13 January 2016)
  • “Holding the Bag” (short story) – Tales from the Script (Ficta Fabula) (December 2015)
  • “Cold Flame” (short story) – Luna Station QuarterlyIssue 24 (December 2015) – READ IT HERE!
  • “Sheeple” (short story) – Under a Dark Sign anthology (October 2015)
  • “With Friends Like That” (flash) – Every Day Fiction (21 October 2015)
  • “The Commute” (short story) – Alternate Hilarities: Weirder Science anthology (September 2015)
  • “The Graduation Gift” (flash) – Every Day Fiction (2 August 2015)
  • “New Bride” (drabble) – The Were-Traveler – Issue 17 (28 June 2015) –  READ IT HERE!  
  • “Hosting Happy Hoarders” (short story) – The Dragon’s Hoard anthology (June 2015)
  • “Rover” (short story) – A Robot, a Cyborg and a Martian Walk into a Space Bar anthology (January 2015)
  • “Early Retirement” (short story) – Ficta Fabula (Summer 2014) *SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2015 HOWARD O’HAGAN SHORT STORY AWARD (ALBERTA LITERARY AWARDS)
  • “Soundtrack” (short story) – Ficta Fabula (Winter 2013)
  • “The Outrider Gets His Man” (short story) – Ficta Fabula (Summer 2013)
  • “The Road to Twisted Spruce Lake” (short story) – Ficta Fabula (Summer 2013)
  • “Wake” (short story) – Different Dragons anthology (April 2013)
  • “…If You Were the Last Man on Earth” (short story) – Universe Horribilis anthology (March 2013)
  • “Johnny Cache Steps Out” (short story) – Time Traveling Coffers anthology (October 2012)
  • “No Man is an Island” (flash) – microhorror.com (December 2011)

Poetry.

  • “Kintsugi 1: The Broken Bowl” – Rat’s Ass Review (23 July 2016)

For Children.

  • “Mosses and Liverworts and Lichens – Oh My!” – The Old Farmer’s Almanac for Kids Volume 8 (2019)
  • “Pet Horoscope: Warthog” – Bazoof! (Fall Fun 2015)
  • “Feet Up Chronicles:  Parents: The Gift that Keeps on Giving” – Zamoof! (Spring Flinger 2015)
  • “Pet Horoscope:  Ostrich” – Zamoof!  (Winter 2014)
  • “Don’t Do This At Home, Kids!” – Zamoof!  (Spring 2014)
  • “Sticking It Out to the End” – Zamoof!  (Spring 2014)
  • “In the Watering Can” (poetry) – Crow Toes Quarterly (Issue 16, December 2010)

E-Books.

  • On the Go Gluten Free Snacks – self-published (6 July 2016)
  • Sea Buckthorn Bounty: Recipes – Amazon (26 April 2015)
  • Little Leaves:  Intensive Gardening Goes Micro – Amazon (16 February 2015)

Book Reviews.

  • “Book Review:  Selling the Dream: How Hockey Parents and Their Kids are Paying the Price for Our National Obsession by Ken Campbell and Jim Parcels” – Minor Hockey Life (February 2014) – READ IT HERE! 
  • “Book Review:  Fighting the Good Fight by Adam Proteau” – Minor Hockey Life (December 2011)

Miscellany.

  • “Sweet Tooth” – Curious the Tourist Guide (December 2013)
  • “The Blanket” – Curious the Tourist Guide (October 2013)
  • “Consulting” – GreenPrints (Autumn 2013)

 Recipes.

  • “Roasted Pumpkin, Carrot, and Turmeric Soup” – Farmers’ Almanac (website) – 28 September 2018
  • “Acorn Squash, Parsnip, and Apple Soup” – Farmers’ Almanac (website) – 28 September 2018
  • “Slow Cooker Beef Cabbage Soup” – Capper’s Farmer (Guide to Slow Cooking) 2016

 

E-books.
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Sea Buckthorn Bounty: Recipes is available at Amazon!

In Sea Buckthorn Bounty: Recipes, you’ll find over fifty original, tested recipes using sea buckthorn berries and leaves, including desserts, beverages, condiments, mains, sides, breakfast dishes, and preserves. Many selections are gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, and vegetarian. If you have ever asked the question, “What on earth do I do with sea buckthorn berries?” – this is the book for you!

GET YOUR COPY OF THE E-BOOK ON AMAZON:
SEA BUCKTHORN BOUNTY: RECIPES (CANADA)
SEA BUCKTHORN BOUNTY: RECIPES (UNITED STATES)
SEA BUCKTHORN BOUNTY: RECIPES (UNITED KINGDOM) 
ALSO AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE – CHECK YOUR COUNTRY’S AMAZON WEBSITE.
*DON’T HAVE A KINDLE?  NO WORRIES!  YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE FREE KINDLE SOFTWARE TO YOUR PC, TABLET, OR OTHER DEVICE AND GET READING RIGHT AWAY.
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Little Leaves:  Intensive Gardening Goes Micro is available at Amazon! 

Little Leaves brings a practical and accessible approach to the concept of micro-gardening, comprehensively covering everything readers need to know about growing 50 varieties of microgreens using sustainable, environmentally-friendly techniques. Detailed chapters dig deeply into topics such as seeds, containers, light, water, nutrition, planting media, and cultural practices, including organic troubleshooting for pests and diseases. For anyone uncertain what to do with a (literal) handful of vegetable or herb leaves once they’ve been harvested, there is a selection of tasty recipes and suggestions for using microgreens in cooking.

GET YOUR COPY OF THE E-BOOK HERE: 
LITTLE LEAVES (CANADA)
LITTLE LEAVES (UNITED STATES)
LITTLE LEAVES (UNITED KINGDOM)
ALSO AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE – CHECK YOUR COUNTRY’S AMAZON WEBSITE.
*DON’T HAVE A KINDLE?  NO WORRIES!  YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE FREE KINDLE SOFTWARE TO YOUR PC, TABLET, OR OTHER DEVICE AND GET READING RIGHT AWAY.

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As anyone with celiac disease or a gluten sensitivity knows, it can be difficult to find gluten free snacks to pack every day in school or work lunches, take along on hiking or camping trips, or have on hand for long commutes or other travel. In On the Go Gluten Free Snacks, you will find 50 kitchen-tested recipes that will easily and deliciously cover snack time, no matter when or where it is!

Get your FREE PDF copy  of On the Go Gluten Free Snacks by heading over to my Contact page!  Simply let me know you want a copy and I will send it out to you as soon as possible.  

11 comments

    • Hi! I actually don’t have a menu of my previous posts…I never thought to add one in before! 🙂 I will definitely get on it and build one today – thanks so much for mentioning it!

      The list above is sort of a resume of articles and other work I’ve written for (mostly) print magazines and books. The content isn’t available on the Internet, for the most part. But again, you’ve given me a great idea and I will try to link up the ones that at least have a website, so that if someone wants to look up the publisher, they can. Thank you for giving me this great input, I really appreciate it!

      UPDATE: There is now an “Archives” button on my home page! 🙂

      • O great, I will definitely pop by, thanks for your message. You have a very extensive resume then. It’d be great to read about your garden philosophy for our climate.

  1. I had no idea you were such a prolific writer! I’ve just clicked over to the orchid article and I’m delighted to learn so much about them. My blooms dropped recently and I lost one of the leaves. Now it know to water from below and to cut back the stalk. Thanks, Sheryl.

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