I officially started the first draft of The Wild Assault yesterday, which is the prequel to Blood for Honor that I never thought would be an actual thing. I only have 541 words that I got in about an hour of spare time, but I started it. Who knows when it will be finished...but it [...]
Okay, so it isn't a true "garden tour" in the general sense that I'm showing you today. It's more of a collection of raised beds spread out around my land because my number one nemesis is a friggin' gopher...or an entire clan of gophers. They have pulled mature tomato plants with ripening tomatoes on them [...]
The End of 2022 and the Road Ahead
I can't believe that 2022 is already coming to a close. This year has been sad, exciting, uncertain, busy, and many other things. It has held the death of old things, the birth of new, and the key to the future. I'm not sad to see this year end, because I can feel 2023 and [...]
Editing Services Are Live
My Editing Services page is LIVE! The main page has a form you can fill out if you want Copy Editing, Formatting, or Proofreading services (you can choose all three if you wish to!). If you are not serious about an inquiry but have questions, there is a link to my contact page where you [...]
Slow and Steady Wins the Race
Happy Spring! I hope you are all surviving the pollen surge. I wanted to give an update, so you all don't think I vanished! I am working on another round of edits for Blood for Honor. I've gotten lots of formatting and images for the inside of the book done, and it looks sooo good, [...]
The Path Ahead-A 2022 Update
Today is a short post to let you guys know that I will be taking a break from posting for at least January. I'm sure there will be some things that interest me that I will end up researching, and when that happens, I will do a post on it. But I won't have a [...]
Herbal Treatment Dosages
A general overview of herbal dosages.
Herbal Balms and Salves
All natural skin care!
Self-heal, aka all-heal or heals all, Prunella vulgaris, is a wonderful plant with many medicinal properties, but is underused for the most part in western herbal medicine. This plant is rarely cultivated, but is easily grown from seed or by root division. As a member of the mint family, it can be invasive, but I [...]
The Simpler’s Method
A simpler way to measure.