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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Christian Life / Social Issues
  • Language:English
  • Pages:41
  • eBook ISBN:9781626759503

Smelling Stinkweed

Gardening Naked and Other World News

by V. H. Moss

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Overview
With globalization and Vice President Biden's talk of getting America on board with the New World Order, and former Russian president Mikhail Gorbachev's plan to introduce a New World Religion based on Mother Nature (pantheism), the smell of Stinkweed is in the air. Moss discusses the cons of gardening naked along with other "revealing" news.
Description
With globalization and Vice President Biden's talk of getting America on board with the New World Order, and former Russian president Mikhail Gorbachev's plan to introduce a New World Religion based on worshiping Mother Nature (pantheism), the smell of Stinkweed is in the air. Moss notes that an article was recently posted on Facebook: “Get ready for the Tenth Annual World Naked Gardening Day (WNGD)! People across the globe were encouraged, on Saturday, May 4, 2013 to tend their portion of the world's garden unclothed as nature intended.” Upon entering the site for this bare skin event, there were photos of people in their birthday suits. Moss gives many reasons--some could make you laugh, some could make you cry, some could make you itch--why gardening naked could be a problem. Moss discusses the cons of gardening naked along with other "revealing" news.
About the author
BIO: V. H. Moss is Editor-at-Large for Southern Writers Magazine and an award winning poet and author of How to Write for Kids’ Magazines, Writing with Voice, and Rogue Hearts-Making Sense of the Boston Marathon Bombings. Reared in Chattanooga, Tennessee during the week and raised on her family’s Appalachian Alabama farm on weekends, she attended the University of Tennessee. Also a Precept Ministries Leader, a Christian Communicators graduate, and a pundit for the American Daily Herald, she’s written for Hopscotch and Boy’s Quest magazines for the last decade along with articles published in South West Writer’s The Sage, Country Woman, In the City, Borderlines, and Scotland’s Thistle Blower. Moss is also a speaker and frequently on faculty for writing conferences. Selected to be a presenter of her fiction and creative nonfiction short stories for three conferences in a row at the Southern Women Writers Conference held at Rome, GA’s Berry College, she continues to write about the South. You can connect with her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter: @VickiMoss
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