I'm revisiting a previous favorite post at Crafty Gardener today, where I'm discussing Books 10, 11, and 12 in the China Bayles series: Bloodroot, Indigo Dying, and A Dilly of a Death. These three books are the nearest to "stand-alones" that I've written, I think--primarily because I wasn't very sure where China's story was headed. As a result, these three books can be read by themselves more satisfactorily than any of the others in the series. (In my opinion, anyway--for what that's worth.)
While you're there, don't forget to enter the drawing. I have ten advance reading copies to give away, and I want each one of them to find a happy home. Well, seven. I sent three copies off to their winners yesterday. Maybe I can send one to you?
Oh, and before you leave Crafty, please be sure to check out the main page of her blog, where Linda has posted some truly beautiful photos. Yum-yum! Thanks so much, Linda, for hosting me for this "revisit."
Tomorrow--that's Wednesday, if I'm counting right--I'll be here again, with Post #8. Hope to see you!
UPDATE: Congratulations to J. Scogin of Austin TX, another winner!