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.
Bought a digital copy and consumed it-Loved it and left a review. You completely said what I have seen, thought and sought to emulate in smaller ways, though now I am feeling braver and will work on a larger scale. Thanks for the great book!
Thank you much. Go, be bold!