Sometimes gardens inspire poetry and sometimes poetry inspires gardens. In our internet travels this week, we shared a story about the influence on a Carpenter Country garden of a poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow titled The Village Blacksmith.
Thanks to Catherine for inviting us to join her garden party!
Next, we were off to Sharon Ledwith’s blog to share our simply saucy lunch. Click here for our recipe for Barbeque Chicken.
Thank you, Sharon, for making Murder by the Books your “read of the month.” We appreciate your support!
On Friday, we stopped by to visit with C.D. Hersh and share the story of Stalwart Code and Bizzy Author as they visit the Land of Website Updating.
Our thanks to C & D for featuring our post!
While we were feeling adventurous, we traveled over to NFReads for an interview. Tony Eames wanted to know about our quirks. Quirks? Us? Hmmm.
If you’re curious too, here’s the interview.
After discussing our (ahem) quirks, we returned to the garden for inspiration for two book bubbles.
The first bubble is about a featherless crow we spotted at the birdbath.
In the second bubble, the weeds in the garden path caught our eye.
And finally, this week marked the publication of the paperback version of our mystery, Murder by the Books! The paperback is available at all the book retailers and wholesalers that make up the IngramSpark distribution channel, as well as on Amazon.
What inspired you this week?