But it's not every day that you get a review that makes you laugh out loud, so here is the brilliant Kerry Trueman reviewing my book on AlterNet.
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I like her idea of you being on Oprah. That would start a lot of new gardens!
Be careful. Somehow, from what I hear, Oprah sort of takes a good subject and makes mincemeat out of it. Got a lot of Facebook feedback on her treatment of going vegan. (I am not one.)
Finished reading your book last night…it was a great inspiration to even a long-time gardener such as myself! Your last chapter was spot on with how I’ve always felt about flower gardening but I’m now seeing the beauty in my vegetable garden, as well. It’s given me a whole new outlook on that aspect of my favorite past-time!
I’d vote for you a spot on Oprah (never watched it, however). I’d say you could hold your own…. Love your book — re-reading it already.
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