While writing When Flowers Weep, I performed a significant amount of research on colony collapse disorder as well as the history of pesticides and how we came to use them. Google and Wiki’s were of course instrumental, but I found this site particular interesting. It helped me become more empathic and added polish to my writing of story.
For anyone interested in how we came to use pesticides, I highly encourage the read.
When Joan Louen, owner of Community Gardens, hears that the bees have vanished from Buzz Egan’s hives, she vows to find an answer. But will she be able to save the bees, or is it to late? Will lone kayaker, Cal Readon, find clues in his research on the nearby bayou? Will Mayor Sara Coach, be able to protect other beekeepers from the same fate as Buzz? Or, will they uncover more mysteries along the murky waters of the Moctobi Bayou?
Set along the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, When Flowers Weep is an entertaining novella that takes a thought-provoking look at the natural world.
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When Joan Louen, owner of Community Gardens, hears that Buzz Egan’s bees have all vanished, she vows to find an answer. But will she and her friends be able to save the bees, or is it to late?
Will lone kayaker, Cal Readon, uncover clues from his research on the nearby bayou?
Can Mayor Sara Coach, protect other beekeepers from the same fate as Buzz?
Or, will they uncover more mysteries, along the murky waters of the Moctobi Bayou?
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A recently widowed horticulturist returns to a small southern town hoping to recapture the cherished memories of a life she once lived. Determined to move forward, she builds a thriving a garden center. But when she pushes to build a community garden near the library, she soon hits a stone wall, and discovers that digging in a garden can reveal more than dirt.
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