Mossy Feet Books

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Gardening, history and travel seem an odd soup in which to stew one's life, but Paul has done just that. A gardener since 1975, he has spent his spare time reading history and traveling with his wife. He gardens, plans his travels and writes his books out in the sticks near a small town in southeast Indiana. He enjoys sharing the things he has learned about gardening, history and travel with his readers. The many books Paul has written reflect that joy of sharing. He also writes fiction in his spare time. Read and enjoy his books, if you will. Or dare.
Now, back to writing, if he can get the cat off the keyboard.
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Smashwords Interview

What prompted you to start your own publishing company?
I love to write in several different genres, so I needed a lot of pen names. Starting my own publishing company seemed a logical solution to managing several pen names.
What are you working on next?
An historical novel about my German ancestors emigration to the United States in the 1850's.
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Smashwords book reviews by Mossy Feet Books

  • The Digital Eye on Aug. 14, 2013
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    I have enjoyed the hobby of photography for many years and still picked up a lot of tips from The Digital Eye. The book is loaded with helpful articles about composition, lighting and technique and is sure to help photographers of all levels. Indoor, outdoor, flash and black and white photograhy are all discussed. There is even a copyright section that details several method photographers can use to protect their work. I would recommend The Digital Eye to all that want to learn to use their digital camera to its full potential.