Orticultural Obbit 'Obbitry of the Horticultural Kind by Punam Farmah

A blog that documents the adventures of an allotmenteer from England. Is the basis of of 'Playing with Plant Pots: tales from the alltoment' and home of Petal's Potted Preserve.

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Playing with plant pots: Tales from the allotment
Punam Farmah

Chillies and tomatoes, you can grow your own and look at the food you eat in an entirely different way.. Be it on your kitchen window sill or in your garden. Growing your own fruit and vegetables need not be scary or complicated. This book contains learning experiences of a novice allotmenteer, Ideas as to what worked, what didn't and what to do with too many courgettes. From first having an allotment, and not knowing what to do, to growing chillies that are some of the hottest in the world....

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Book Three of the Occuli Series picks up where Book One left off. Remy and the other Occuli have just discovered that they were able to go back in time and are trying to determine exactly what the consequences of those actions are. As the book progresses, it becomes apparent that a GoldenEyed has now "turned Amber" and the Occuli family and friends must come to terms with what this means and what the end result will be..........

Her Wish for Christmas (Lean on Him Christian Romance Series
Stephanie Hurt

He would test her faith... She would help him find his...
They knew God had brought them together for a reason. But when Bella realizes that Simon might not be what she had thought, will she be able to save herself? When something triggers a violence in him will their marriage and their faith be able to survive? This is a journey of faith through the dark, dangerous world of domestic violence and how God can heal all wounds.......

Xavier: St Griswold College for Abandoned Boys
E.M. Cooper

In the first book of the Xavier series, Xavier Jones, an ordinary thirteenyearold boy is abandoned at St Griswold College deep within the mysterious Mourn Forest. As the world changes outside the school walls, evil brews at St Griswold. Xavier discovers the school and its inhabitants have strange customs and dark secrets. Everything he knows and believes about the world shifts.
He befriends Ethan and Gabe, an eccentric new arrival. Through them he discovers humour, hope and courage–and...

Credible Threat: a Shadowboxer story
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A bomb explodes in a train station in Brussels. Seconds later, a second bomb detonates at the airport. Hundreds die.
America's alphabet agencies are stretched thin, but they can't stand idly by while European authorities investigate. Chatter on the ground is the US faces an imminent threat. They need boots on the ground and a man who get's answers to find and stop any disaster before it happens.
Carver and Brill are contracted to do the research. Brill heads overseas to bust...

Storm Crazy (Book 1): Storm Lake West (Destiny Paramortals
Livia Quinn

Welcome to Destiny, or should I say Middle Earth…
I'm Sheriff Jack Lang. After an exciting career as a Navy pilot, Destiny seemed like the perfect place to settle down safe, sane and secure. But that ship sailed when I met Tempest Pomeroy sexy redheaded mail lady and trouble magnet. Tempe never fails to test the limits of my patience or the law. Every time I think it's the last straw, up pops another haystack.
My name is Tempest Pomeroy, and my human job is delivering the mail....