Because I garden, you might think I would be upset that a bunny lives in my back yard. We actually exist in relative harmony. Rabbits, you see, are not too bright. As long as my lettuce is protected by row cover, bunny does not bother it. If the lettuce is exposed, all bets are off.
This spring, I am going to try a tactic I heard somewhere - I would credit the source, if I could recall it. Planting parsley around your garden is supposed to distract the bunnies from eating your vegetables. They are supposed to prefer the parsley, and will nibble around the edges of your plots instead of marauding through them.
I believe rabbits like flavorful food. I witnessed my bunny eating dandelion flowers. What a good bunny!
In other news, I added a tab to my website titled "Map." This fun map appeared in Stone Cold Case. I plan to include it in book three.
My book signing at Why Not Books? May 14 went well. I had fun talking to interesting customers. I plan to return for another event when book three is released.
Join me next Tuesday for guest blogger author Jason Half, who will write on the topic of voice.
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