The muggy days of August find Melinda Foster’s garden bursting at its borders. And two months into an unexpected sabbatical from her bustling life in Minneapolis, Melinda’s efforts at her rented farmhouse are starting to pay off: She’s learned to preserve produce, outsmart a few headstrong chickens and wrangle a flock of spoiled sheep. But even in the little town of Prosper, nothing stays the same. One member of the hardware store’s coffee group shares a startling announcement, and a trip back to the city makes Melinda realize how deep her roots now run in rural Iowa. As the months roll by and the seasons change, Melinda must choose between the security of her old life or taking a chance on an uncertain future. (Second in a series, approx. 75,000 words)
"Growing Season" and its sequel, "Harvest Season," are now available for purchase through Ingram's distribution system, providing libraries and bookstores easier access to these titles. Both novels carry a retail price of $13.95 through Ingram. Paperbacks for both titles, as well as Kindle ebooks, continue to be available on Amazon.
Can't get enough of Melinda's adventures in the country? Watch for the next books in the series, "Peaceful Season" and "Waiting Season," coming this fall in paperback and ebook!