Publication Date

Nov
8


Photo by Jerry Waters.


I’m wrapping up revisions on my book and getting photos together onto CDs to send to my editor. Meanwhile, a publication date has been set for September 2013! The title of the book will be (big surprise) Chickens in the Road. It’s a wild, juicy adventure filled with cows, cookies, high water, and drama. And all my secrets. Along with the story (and this is a long book, by the way), recipes and crafts are also included in special sections, along with photographs. Don’t miss it. I’ll let you know as soon as it’s available for pre-order!

Also, along with appearing in two upcoming issues of Savor! West Virginia magazine, I’m also featured in an article about once-a-day milking that will be in the January/February issue of Hobby Farms. I’m all over the place! I hope Glory Bee doesn’t get a big head!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on November 8, 2012  

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  1. 11-8
    9:48
    am

    :snoopy:

  2. 11-8
    9:51
    am

    You surely are that—Everywhere!!! I’m so proud of you. Can’t wait for your book to come out. I will have to check out those magazines also. Wonder where I can buy them? I really like your photo sitting in the barn, it is so SUZANNE.

  3. 11-8
    10:12
    am

    Awe,,,,how exciting for you::: I can’t wait to read all about your adventures::::to bad we have to wait another year:::but I’m sure it will be worth the wait!

    S~

  4. 11-8
    10:22
    am

    That’s fantastic. I am very excited for you and can’t want for the book! Our Suzanne – a celebrity! You’ve always been a celebrity here though….Congratulations!! :happyflower:

  5. 11-8
    10:45
    am

    I am in constant awe of all the things you accomplish! Congratulations on the publication date and I can’t wait to purchase a copy.
    I have made soap for the last two days- a skill I learned from you.
    I have a loaf of homemade bread in the oven- again, learned from you.
    I have goats, chickens, animals all over the place- again, You!
    I have made cheese, made candles, made pasta, and numerous other things- You!
    I have learned so many life skills from reading your blog and your wonderful instructions. Thank you again for being such a giving person to share your knowledge and your path with the rest of us. You make our lives easier.

  6. 11-8
    10:55
    am

    Hats! Horns! Confetti! Congrats!

  7. 11-8
    10:55
    am

    My birthday is in September – I know what I’m going to ask DH for…. a copy of your book! Congrats, Suzanne – so thrilled for you! :shimmy:

  8. 11-8
    11:14
    am

    YEA! I cannot wait to read you new book!

  9. 11-8
    11:19
    am

    Congratulations on your book and magazine articles….Hope this is just the beginning on your adventure/s at Sassafrass Farms. :pawprint: :pawprint: :pawprint:

  10. 11-8
    11:19
    am

    And you deserve it!! Can’t wait for the book! :snoopy:

  11. 11-8
    11:20
    am

    I’m a new reader. So excited that you got your publication date! It’s wonderful to get a good confirmation (and affirmation) of your hard work. I hope it is a resounding success.

  12. 11-8
    12:17
    pm

    I’m so excitedfor you and us readers too! I kno what I want for Christmas next year. If I can wait that long! Love the picture. :duck:

  13. 11-8
    12:43
    pm

    Congratulations! I am so looking forward to reading it, you have a definite ‘sale’ from me:)

  14. 11-8
    12:51
    pm

    wow-sounds like everything is going your way right now! Yea Suzanne! I will definitely be preordering. I have been reading your blog since the slanted little house days, and your story is such an inspiring tale.

    One of these days, I hope to actually get down there to meet you!

  15. 11-8
    3:16
    pm

    big congrats for you.
    Have you ever thought of giving a writing/ how to get published seminar? Something you have been very successful with in the past. Just curious…
    Hope the new calf is a lil heifer who gives her momma “payback” What breed will she/ he be?

  16. 11-8
    6:23
    pm

    The bull was a Limousin–beef.

  17. 11-8
    6:36
    pm

    I, too, wish you’d give a writing seminar.. I am interested in writing.. i would have LOVED to attend this last one because the two things I am most interested in right now is cheese and soap making…. Oh well, maybe plan another one for next year?

  18. 11-8
    7:12
    pm

    I know what everyone will be getting for Christmas next year…of course I will read mine immediately! Can’t wait!! :snoopy: :woof:

  19. 11-8
    7:39
    pm

    Suzanne, I’m so excited for you and so very proud of you. Through all your adventures and misadventures this past year you certainly have accomplished more in one year than most of us could ever hope to. My most sincere congratulations! I’m looking forward to buying your book which I’m sure will be a great success. Bless you!

  20. 11-8
    8:18
    pm

    Congratulations on the publishing date. Can’t wait to read the book, I’ll be pre-ordering. Love all of your stories and your animals.

  21. 11-8
    8:20
    pm

    Congrats! I can’t believe the energy you must have to get all this stuff done. Amazing!

  22. 11-9
    4:45
    am

    :heart: Congratulations Suzanne! I too will be on the pre-order list, a birthday present to myself :woof:

  23. 11-9
    8:00
    am

    You have to be relieved the date has been set!!! Congrats! We are all waiting for the “juicy stuff”. lol

  24. 11-9
    10:32
    pm

    I will definitely be buying your book ! But the reason I wanted to leave a comment….. Girl you look AWESOME in this photo ! Absolutely Barn Pinup Quality ! lol. Seriously , a really great photo that brings you right to the forefront , I love it !

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