I have bi-weekly posts well into fall that cover different plants and DIY posts over tinctures and other herbal remedies. I have actually already started the process, but I wanted to let you all know what was going on. I am covering plants that I myself have found, or can find, relatively easy in my region of East Texas. BUT I know that there is something for everyone to learn, as I my self also use herbs that are not easily grown or wildcrafted in my region. It has never stopped me from learning what I can about particular plants, and I know I am not the only one like this.
So the point of most of this year’s posts will be more or less like journal entries for myself. I have stacks of journals that I am constantly digging through, so I decided that I would do a digital version and then go back and copy the content in my written journal, because I tend to come back and add stuff later. My main journal is full of sticky notes of extra information that I have gone back and added later, but the perfectionist in me does no like the way it looks, in excess anyway. I find it cool to occasionally turn to a journal page and find sticky notes with extra information, but on every page is a little excessive and bulks up the journal. But I digress.
Who knows, in the years to come I may actually publish a “Herbal Journal” and I can only think that putting everything here will benefit me in the long run when it comes to organizing stuff.
I’m doing bi-weekly posts rather than weekly posts to free up a little time to work on editing my novel, Blood 4 Honor, which I would like to start trying to publish next year.
I am currently looking for beta readers for the first six chapters of Blood 4 Honor. If you are interested, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No beta readers under 18.
I may from time to time go back and add more information to blog posts, but I will let you know if anything is updated.
I hope you all enjoy my herbal series, regardless of where you live, and that you can find new and helpful information. Like or subscribe to this blog, or follow me on social media to stay up to date.
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