My new hired man and a helper cleaning out my barn. Then they got my tractor going and things went a lot faster!

In other news, here’s a little roundup of what I’ve got going on right now.

Remember this?

See this clip from CNN’s Headline News “Right This Minute” show where they talk about Annabelle and even say my name. So wild! See it here.


The April art and cooking retreat is filled, by the way, but I’ve still got a few spots left in the June retreat, which includes cheesemaking, baking, herbs and soap. If you’re interested, you can get the lowdown here.


maiabookThe first in my romantic mystery novella series (Maia Saves the Day!) with the tutu-wearing crime-solving goat sidekick is available now. You can get it at Amazon here. Find out all about it here with more info and links to other retailers.


coverfinalsm2And you can still get my memoir, Chickens in the Road: An Adventure in Ordinary Splendor! You can get it at Amazon here. For more info and links to other retailers, see here.


And don’t miss my “trunk goats” (ha) here.
And you DID see my cow giving birth, right? See it here.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on April 7, 2014  

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  1. 4-7

    Something new to read on this rainy day!


  2. 4-7

    I finished reading your memoir today. :D

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