The difficult second book....

Thought it would be nice to let you lot know what is going on and any future plans etc.
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Post: # 77226Post Wombat
Fri Nov 23, 2007 9:07 am

QuakerBear wrote:Oo, oo, ooo. Like your ideas Nev.
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Post: # 89396Post Wotta Wally
Thu Mar 13, 2008 2:05 pm

So come on guys - your first book still has the ink wet on it - only three weeks to D-day..... have you started the second one yet?

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Post: # 91341Post Andy Hamilton
Sun Mar 23, 2008 7:00 pm

Well I think the idea of having a book that offers things you can do over the year seems to be popular. A kind of yearbook, so what would you like to see per month? I was just writing a little bit now to see if it could work and decided that March - Birch sap, what to forage, what to sow, whats in season.

Might change this about a little so that it talks of early spring, late winter etc in order for it to be useful for you lot the other side of the world too.

Any more ideas for the seasons?
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Sun Mar 23, 2008 9:34 pm

Andy Hamilton wrote:Well I think the idea of having a book that offers things you can do over the year seems to be popular. A kind of yearbook,

Any more ideas for the seasons?
If one was sneaky (and i suspect One IS sneaky) :wink: you could make it a "self-sufficientish wheel of the year" in 8 parts - will have a certain appeal to those who are neo-pagan aswell as being a convenient breakdown of seasonal tasks for those who are not.

Extra audience appeal has got to be good :mrgreen:
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