Monthly Archives: March 2018

Popeye would be proud….

I doubt he’d come and visit, but if he does, he can help with my raised beds. Olive Oyl is welcome to, but Bluto can stay away. I remember watching the cartoon as a kid. They were subliminally sending you … Continue reading

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How do you say Tomato?

But let’s not call the whole thing off…. What ever way you say tomato, they are sown in the same way. Now the weather is getting warmer, March is the perfect time to sow them. This is how I’m sowing … Continue reading

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So close to 60% it hurts…

Originally posted on Mark Stay Writes:
A huge thanks to all the new backers of my fantasy novel THE END OF MAGIC who’ve joined us in the last week. I’m still hitting my 1% per day target, which is great,…

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“At last my greenhouses are complete…”

The above title must be said in a gruff London voice, because I feel a little bit like Sweeney Todd, but with greenhouses and not a cut throat razor! I am please to report that the greenhouse are up and … Continue reading

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A ghostwriter, an archaeologist and a wizard walk into a bar…

Originally posted on Mark Stay Writes:
On this week’s Bestseller Experiment podcast I spoke to Ghostwriter Roz Morris, who gives a very thorough breakdown of how a ghostwriter works, and also describes a fun way of developing story ideas that…

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Monday 26th March 2018 – The mass seed sow has begun!!

Since my greenhouses have been completed, I’ve been very busy sowing seeds . Over the last couple of days I’ve sown the following seeds, there are a lot, so I hope you’re paying attention. Here goes….Firstly Tomatoes “Gardening Delight”, “Bartelly”, … Continue reading

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Sunday 25th March 2018 – Don’t forget some flowers!

When sowing your fruit and vegetable seeds, make sure you also sow some flower seeds as well. Flowers are very important on your fruit and veggie patch, because they attract the bees and other pollinators. Many plants need these pollinators … Continue reading

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