Today’s the day! My twin sister Vicki’s book, Pure Poultry, published by New Society Publishers, is officially for sale! You can find it online at Amazon.com (in print and electronic forms) and Powells.com (print), and at bookstores, such as Elliott Bay Books and University Bookstore in the Seattle area.
Click here to see the Pure Poultry video preview, and read Vicki’s blog while you’re there!
By the way, Vicki has been busy not only with book signings, but with giving presentations on raising heritage poultry at Mother Earth News Fairs in 3 states! So if you’re part of a poultry-raising/homesteading/off-grid living group, or handle in-store events at a bookstore, contact Vicki!
Big, BIG news: I just found out that my sister Vicki’s new book, Pure Poultry: Living Well with Heritage Chickens, Turkeys, and Ducks, is now available for pre-ordering!
Published by New Society Publishers, Pure Poultry is scheduled for release in early November 2013 (Vicki says there’s a possibility it may happen earlier). Click here to go directly to this fabulous book at Powells.com.
I first told you about this book back in March, here, and also reported on Vicki’s presentation at the Mother Earth News Fair. And you can learn more about the book, Vicki herself, and her off-grid lifestyle with her husband David, in the mountains of Western Washington, on her blogs, Canyon Creek Farms and Pot Pies & Egg Money. You’ll love them!
Book signings: If you own a bookstore, or know of one that would like to invite Vicki to come for a book-signing event, please comment below with your location, contact information, and when you would like her to visit.
This is, I believe, the third time Vicki’s been asked to speak at this event; MEN also flew her to Pennsylvania last fall, and she’ll be traveling to Colorado later this summer for yet another presentation. She really is an expert on the topic of raising heritage poultry and pigs. In fact, her first book, Pure Poultry: Living Well with Heritage Chickens, Turkeys, & Ducks, is due out this fall (the link takes you to Vicki’s blog).
And don’t worry, you don’t have to know how to pronounce “Puyallup” to enjoy the MEN Fair— if you happen to be in the area (roughly an hour south of Seattle, not far off I-5), maybe I’ll see you there!
Click here for more information, directions, etc., to the MEN Fair.