Friday, January 24, 2014

Landscape Maintenance for Central Texas Gardens is 'What's Hot'

Thank you everyone who has purchased a copy of my ebook A Guide to Landscape Maintenance for Central Texas Gardens from the iTunes Bookstore. Your support has put my book in the “What’s Hot” category for the week of January 19, 2014! Thank you!



I also thank KLRU and Linda Lehmusvirta for scheduling me on Central Texas Gardener. My interview with Tom Spencer aired January 18, 2014. Central Texas Gardener is produced in Austin at the KLRU studios. It is one of the best television gardening shows I have seen. CTG targets central Texas with beautiful garden tours, expert interviews, and local professionals presenting seasonal tips. If you have not seen the program, you can find it here. If you would like to see my interview, it can be found on youtube here.  CTG’s producer and coordinator, Linda, also creates CTG’s blog post which can be seen here


Thank you to everyone who is emailing about other formats of the book. Currently I am working on a printed version and a conversion to Kindle format. Contrary to what hardware and software marketers would like you to believe, digital creations and conversions are not quick processes. I appreciate your patience. My goal is to have a printed version out in Austin by March or April. Thank you and stay in touch!

If you have not seen the book yet, you can download a free sample from iTunes




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Jak Manson said...

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Ansel Marvin said...

Thanks for this blog post. I'm glad you showed some more books that delve deeper into new techniques.

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Seems like it could be a nice little DIY home repair guide.

Bill Stewart said...

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Shelby Philips said...

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Eugene Dean said...

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