Patrice is busy washing dishes, doing the laundry, cleaning the house, and cooking dinner, and the weather here is keeping me from playing with my new tractor, so I decided to take this opportunity to announce our new business.
Many of you have been kind enough to purchase the few e-booklets we've offered at our-less-than-user friendly old site, Self Sufficiency Series.com (thank you!). But one of our long-term goals has been to expand both the offerings and the subject matter available. We also wanted a way for people to buy more than one item at a time.
I think we've finally got that down by using the services of an on-line shop and e-cart service available through www.BigCartel.com. So it is with great pride (and some anxiety – we've tested the system and it seems to work, but...) that I now announce the opening of our new e-book store: www.CountryLivingSeries.com
We now have 24 inexpensive titles available, covering topics like “Moving to the Country” and “The Home Dairy,” all written by Patrice. Each PDF booklet is lavishly illustrated and (we hope) full of useful information for those with the itch towards further self-sufficiency. Upon check-out, an email containing links to all of the purchased booklets will be sent to the customer.
We will be adding more titles as we get them done: currently in the works are such e-booklets as Piemaking 101, Tire Gardening, Chicken Basics, and numerous preparedness-related e-booklets.
We'd love it if you, dear readers, would take a look at the new site and see if there are any additional topics that you'd like to see covered on subjects related to prepping, country living, and self-sufficiency. By way of incentive, if we use one of your suggestions for a new e-booklet, we'll make sure you get a free copy as soon as it's ready for publication.
For those of you who have the capability to help us out by sharing the site with your own readers and friends, we'd be grateful. Spread the word! Every penny earned will, for a long time, be going to tuition for Older Daughter's nanny school this summer.