I have a new eBook idea, but I am after some feedback first, before I plunge into the project.
I am planning to write something along the lines of “the Suburban Food Farm” (working title), which will focus on how to get the most out of a small suburban plot and how to grow food even under less than ideal conditions.
Even though I am not a trained horticulturist, I believe that I have a wealth of experience to share with the average suburbanite who is looking to increase food production and food security in their own yard.
I posted the same question on the TGOG facebook page, and some great ideas so far are to include something new, a section focusing on Melbourne (maybe an appendix), poor aspects, living with kids and pets, soil testing for the average joe, and a comment asking if an eBook was the right format (I take my e-reader everywhere, even the garden).
What do you think? Would anyone read or find this valuable? Any other essentials that are never covered in a suburban food farm style book?
I look forward to your comments with baited anticipation! Love a new project.