More news on "Create Your Own Florida Food Forest"
My new booklet has been doing well thus far; many of you picked up copies of Create Your Own Florida Food Forest on Lulu and Amazon and I thank you.
The other day it actually hit the top 10 in "Gardening and Horticulture":
After originally posting the book, I noticed in the Amazon listings that the cover looked rather sad when shrunk down. In fact, the title was almost unreadable.
I know you're not supposed to judge books by their cover; however, somebody might do just that, hence the cover design change to a cleaner and easier-to-read format.
I've now changed it on both Lulu and Amazon.
If you ordered a paperback copy before the change, you're now in possession of a rare collectible.
To buy an e-book copy on Amazon, click here.
To buy on Lulu, click here.
All that's changed is the cover.
If you have a copy and found it helpful, I'd be quite grateful if you would leave a review at Amazon when you get a chance. There are already a nice pair of 5-star reviews there. Thank you, P. Green and Servant.
Herrick Kimball also gave me a nice recommendation in his Planet Whizbang newsletter, writing:
"And finally, if you live in the sunny South, be sure to check out David Good's new eBook titled, Create Your Own Florida Food Forest ... When you get there you can click on the "Look Inside" feature and get a little sample. David's blog, Florida Survival Gardening, is a great source for gardening inspiration and information even if you don't live in Florida."
Here's to food forests growing across Florida.