Thrifty Chicken Breeds
I've got two rounds of book excitement to share with you this week. First of all, I have a new ebook out! Thrifty Chicken Breeds
sums up our experiences over the last five years trialling different
types of chickens and keeping track of their foraging abilities and of
how much it cost to keep the chickens fed. The result is a
recommendation on types of chickens perfect for the homesteader who
wants her birds to pay for themselves, plus tips on how to breed an even
more self-sufficient homestead flock.
Thrifty Chicken Breeds
is only 99 cents on Amazon (or free to borrow if you have Amazon
Prime), so I hope you'll splurge a buck! Early sales make a huge
difference in an ebook's future, so I'm not
setting this ebook free on Friday the way I usually do. Instead,
I've set aside a limited number of free copies for those of you who are
willing to leave a review on Amazon (email me
if you're interested), and once I have enough reviews to help the book
reach strangers, I'll set up a free period on Amazon. I announce
those freebies on my book email list, so head over here and sign up using the form on the sidebar if you want to know when this and other ebooks are free.
Second, I revised the manuscript of The Naturally Bug-Free Garden to send to Skyhorse, and as always happens when I know I won't get another stab at a book for quite a while, I went over the book with a fine-tooth comb and also enlarged it.
If you've already downloaded a copy of the first edition, pay attention
to your inbox and Amazon should give you an opportunity to upgrade to
the second edition for free in the near future. And if you haven't
got the book yet, now's your chance to enjoy a sneak preview of the
same text and photos that will show up in bookstores in spring 2015!
A huge thank you to everyone who reads and reviews! And please don't forget that you can always read my ebooks on any device using these free apps. Stay tuned for some excerpts from Thrifty Chicken Breeds, coming up as this week's lunchtime series.
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