Hubby has been doing quite a bit of research on my raised garden beds for the past week or so now. While I appreciate it, I couldn’t figure out just how much research there needed to be. Until, that is, he asked me to Google raised garden beds and give him a few ideas of what I wanted. I told him I just wanted it to be hip height and able to hold dirt, what else could there be to it? Apparently the internet has made even the most simple things complicated. Hip height and able to hold dirt just won’t cut it anymore. Nope, there are about seventy million different features to garden boxes now. I spent about an hour looking at all the different options, and walked away with list of about twenty things I didn’t know I needed this garden box to do. We might need to consult an engineer on this.

Who Is Harrison Sawyer?
by Aaron D. Gansky
4.3 Stars (12 Reviews)
Genre: Mystery | Biographies & Memoirs

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His son… a stranger… now dead.

Desperate to rediscover his estranged son, Marshall Sawyer agrees to finish the autobiography Harrison began before his untimely death. But the passages described in the book do not match the life Marshall remembers with his son. Together with his daughter-in-law and a professional football player friend, Marshall embarks on a journey to find out the truth. What happened to the boy in the missing years after Harrison ran away at age fifteen and his marriage years later? As he begins to investigate, he soon discovers a dangerous plot — one that puts his life in danger, and the future of America at risk.

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Mistaken Kiss: A Humorous Traditional Regency Romance (My Notorious Aunt Book 2)
by Kathleen Baldwin
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Genre: Romance

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(Aunt Honore is back… )

Willa is nearly blind, but she knows trouble when she trips over it.

Willa, the vicar’s little sister knows full well that her prospects are bleak. When she accidentally kisses Alexander Braeburn, her dull predictable world turns upside down. Logic dictates that she should stay away from the handsome Corinthian. He’s the black sheep of their village. But how can she resist? She yearns for one more taste of the most tantalizing excitement she has ever experienced. Just one more, before Willa settles back into her dreary life forever.

Alex is intrigued by the refreshingly forthright Willa. Her genuine character warms his jaded heart and makes him smile. When she naïvely marches into trouble, Alex feels duty bound to rescue her. Is it duty? Or something else that compels him to watch over the vicar’s little sister?

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The Grey War Saga: Book One: The Gathering
by Damon R Laws
4.6 Stars (10 Reviews)
Genre: Fantasy | Action & Adventure

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“Hope in an ancient prophecy was fading as the world dove further into chaos. The madness of a dragon King was on the verge of destroying the rest. Then a tattooed monk searching for answers found his worst fears to be true, the prophecy had been interrupted. Soon faith would gather together a group of humans, Dragons, and a race born into slavery to set things right. Their bonds of friendship would untie their peoples in hope and rebellion. But would that be enough to save the realm or has the darkness grown too strong?”

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The Sun Tea Chronicles
by Quinton Blue
4.8 Stars (10 Reviews)
Genre: Humor & Satire | Literary Fiction

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After being fired from a dead-end government job in Chicago, Jimmy Sparrow retreats to Indiana and tries to rediscover his Potawatomi Indian roots. But it’s the 1980s, an era hostile to Thoreau-like values. As America overdoses on success and ambition, Jimmy secedes from the work world to become the unofficial mayor of a small apartment building filled with misfits. “The Sun Tea Chronicles” is a collection of sharply etched vignettes with a comic undertone.

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Gardening: How to Get Started With Your Own Organic Vegetable Garden (Gardening for Beginners)
by Celine Walker
4.7 Stars (22 Reviews)
Genre: Crafts, Hobbies & Home

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Gardening has Never Been Easier

Love gardening?

Hate chemicals?

Are you looking for a comprehensive guide that will help you to set up your own organic vegetable garden?

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7 Reasons Why You Should Start a Garden

• Commercial Produce is Laced with a Huge Variety of Chemicals

• These Chemicals are Incredibly Harmful to us and the Environment

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• It Will Change Your Way of Looking at Food and You’ll Live a Much Healthier Life

• You are Doing Something Good for the Environment

• It’s Good for Your Budget, and Good for Your Family

• Gardening is a Great Way to Stay in Shape and Feel more Connected to the World Around You

How to get started with your own organic vegetable garden gives you all the information you need to get your garden started, so you’ll be enjoying homegrown, organic produce sooner than you know.

Within this book’s pages, you’ll find the answers to these questions and more. Just some of the questions and topics covered include

• What is an Organic Garden?

• Why Bother with Organic Gardening?

• How to Get Started

• What to Grow?

• Seeds

• Potions and Fixes

• Tips & Troubleshooting

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