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I want to have a smallholding.....at least I think I do...

Post: #336 Tracey Smith
Thu Dec 16, 2004 3:32 pm

Have a read of Chas Griffin's account in the brilliant "Scenes From a Smallholding".

A true and rib-ticklingly funny account of a family who make a downshift move to grow a cash crop of garlic in Wales.

It offers advice on many growing/rearing topics and will leave you highly entertained in the meantime.

Chas is such a nice bloke, if you want your book dedicated, he will do that too....

See http://www.ThirdLeafBooks.co.uk for reviews, snippets and ordering details - it's not too late to get one in for Christmas you know :roll:
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Sounds good

Post: #338 Andy Hamilton
Thu Dec 16, 2004 3:46 pm

Dac has not got me a christmas present yet, so I shall leave this post as a massive hint ;) I will ask eco-logical books if they can stock it too as they will be the people soon to replace amazon on our site.

Cheers for posting Tracey, soon I shall call Links, links and more links Tracey's area :lol:

Searously though cheers for posting some really useful sites.
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Post: #339 Tracey Smith
Thu Dec 16, 2004 3:54 pm

Oh, it only takes one to get the ball rolling - you will be swamped with folks on here soon.

:lol:

Chas has just been signed by a large publishing house so will soon be available through the regular channels, in the meantime, it is via his site only http://www.ThirdLeafBooks.co.uk.

Let me know what you think of it - I will send you over my review....but I guess it's a bit predictable hey :roll:
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