Gardening and In The Flesh on Barnes and Noble

Photo by K. L. Zolnoski

Photo by K. L. Zolnoski

I spent some quality time in the garden yesterday; mostly weeding. I tossed my first slug in true Pacific Northwest fashion. Then I felt guilt. I don’t like to see even slugs suffer. I don’t like them eating my garden either. It’s a real conundrum. I’ve been making steady progress on my garden and it is starting to look just lovely. I have to confess that I had let the weeds get a real head start on me this year and weeds show no mercy. My advice is not to let them get a huge lead, like I did. I am concerned about one rose bush. It seems to be struggling where its at. If it doesn’t start to thrive better I’ll have to move it in the fall.

Photo by K. L. Zolnoski

Photo by K. L. Zolnoski

I planted both Gunnera and they seem quite happy where I’ve put them. I picked up a couple other really lovely plants to add to my garden. I like perennials because I like them wintering over. I do get some annuals because they’re just so beautiful and provide color when the perennials aren’t blooming.

I did get several copies of In The Flesh in print. I had considered some kind of contest to give one or two away but friends and family swooped down upon them and alas, I’m down to 1 copy. That copy is earmarked for the Humansville library. When I order more copies, and I will eventually, I will look into a contest more.

Also as I mentioned but did not feature, In The Flesh is available through Barnes and Noble for the Nook

About K. L. Zolnoski

I've been an author all of my life, I just didn't realize it until the Great Recession and I got laid off. With no job on the horizon and a need to keep myself engaged in something productive I began to seriously write. Oh, I've always written. I've written in secret. I've written fan fiction. I've written when I was too embarrassed to let anyone else, save my long-suffering sister see it. All that and it never occurred to me I was a writer until circumstances forced me to try my hand at self publishing. Sometimes it is funny how the universe has to show you what is right under your nose.
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