The August-September selections is the garden mystery A Hoe Lot of Trouble: A Nina Quinn Mystery by Heather Webber, but as usual, there are other ways to participate if you don’t want to read this particular book.
You can choose to read another garden mystery book. There are several different garden mystery series available, including the Nina Quinn series by Heather Webber, the China Bayles series by Susan Wittig Albert, Brother Cadfael series by Ellis Peters, the Abby Knight series by Kate Collins, the Louise Eldridge series by Ann Ripley to name a few. If you don’t see your favorite garden mystery listed here, let me know and we’ll get it added to the list.
Or if you don’t want to read any other garden mystery, you can participate by telling us about a real life mystery in your own garden.
The virtual meeting post for August-September will be published on September 30th. Just let me know when you’ve posted your review and I’ll make sure you are included on the virtual meeting post. Remember, I list the reviews in the order I hear about them! Be early, be at least second, as we already have one review posted.
No selection has been made for October, so send me your ideas. I try to select books that have universal appeal to gardeners, are easy to get either at the library or second-hand via Amazon and other outlets and aren’t terribly long. Other than that, anything goes! Send me an email or leave me a comment with your ideas.
I appreciate everyone who has participated in the book club in the past and look forward to YOUR participation whether you are a first time contributor or have joined for each book. Thank you for your participation.
If you haven’t heard about the book club or haven’t paid much attention to it and want to participate, you can go the Garden Bloggers Book Club blog for links to all the previous posts of meetings and updates to get an idea of what it is about. All are welcome to participate!