FLOWER GARDENS AND MORE gives basic information on flowers, different gardens, planting instructions and composting. This book also details uses for flowers after they bloom that include: aromatherapy, pressing, and recipes for edibles. In addition there’s information on carnivorous plants, floriography and a quick reference chart. $0.99 on Kindle.
Your Complete 7-Day Guide for Speed Cleaning Your Home, Eliminating Clutter and Reducing Unneeded Stress. Free on Kindle.
This book will take you through the world of minimalism where less is more. You will learn how you can move from the consumer mind-set you to a new path where what really matters is genuine happiness, deep joy and the relationships you have with others. Free on Kindle.
Learn about the basics of hydroponic gardening and start growing vegetables and herbs in your home with less space! Awaken to the joy and satisfaction of having freshly grown vegetables and herbs right in your own home. Free on Kindle.
In this book you find some creative ideas on how to use old, unwanted and recyclable items to make new decorations such as vases, art, ornaments and more. Have fun turning that junk into something pretty. Free on Kindle.
School is out for the summer and so are Annie’s Kids! You can join them as they play make believe, jump, run, surf, swim and enjoy the summer sunshine. You’ll find dozens of mix and match summer kid characters and outdoor activity themed art created from Annie’s Kit Flying Kids, Seaside Kids, Ice Cream Kids, […]
Millions of people have already made the switch from traditional engine cars to electric cars and many are switching daily. This book goes into the origin of electric cars, the different types of electric cars, as well as the positive and negative aspects. By investing in this book, you can get a grasp of which […]
Ants, those little six-legged insects that arrive in the thousands and never seem to want to leave your home or yard, are a yearly challenge to any home owner. There are more than 12,000 species of ants in the world. Some ants are attracted to sweets, like sugar. Other ants are attracted to grease. Some […]
We all learned in high school biology that “organic” refers to carbon compounds, or any material that is or was alive. The term “organic gardening” is used to mean cultivating plants without toxins meant to kill insects, weeds, and fungus, and without synthetic fertilizers. The advantage of organic gardening in your vegetable patch is obvious. […]