Chad Pivik wrote:Hello Jasmine.
I love the subtitle of your book "A Practical Workbook for Integrating People and Places". Looking on Amazon part of the book description reads, "This unique resource combines analysis, creativity and inner work." Would you explain a little on this inner work. Thanks
Diane Kistner wrote: I, too, was looking on Amazon. Will there be a Kindle edition at some point?
Luz Giraldo wrote:Hello Jasmine, welcome from Colombia. Good to have you here. Your book seems very intersting.
gordie soaring hawk wrote:Jasmine--
Welcome!!! Though I have read this site for three years by signing up for the dailyish letters, I only joined tonite. I am happy to learn, yet sad I was in my sixties to begin this adventure. Thanks for you desire to share.
Jasmine Dale wrote:However, the whole book is designed to be written in... this may not be apparrent... I made it a workbook deliberately as I love filling in such books myself, and also because I noticed through years of observing well intentioned students, sometimes you need a benevolent taskmaster to get things done and completed. So the book in paper form is designed to help (force!) you to keep chugging on step by step, rigorously applying permaculture tools and principles along the way, writing in your own experience on each page as you apply the exercises. My wish, is that the books are treasured memories and a useful reference, full of the reader's own process.
ps Amazon does take the lion's share of a book sale, so for books in general and mine specifically, it helps us to buy it off the smaller outlets: Chelsea Green US, my own website wwwbeingsomewhere.net and Permanent Publications UK..just a thought, not an order!
Jasmine Dale wrote:Hi Everyone, it's friday night here and my author week is ending. Thank you all for a warm welcome and much food for thought and insight. I'm often around on permies.com, though feel free to get in touch through purple moosage or my website www.beingsomewhere.net. Jasmine x
Nicole Alderman wrote:Congratulations to the four winners of Jasmine's beautiful book!
Huge thanks to Jasmine for such wonderful discussions this week! Thank you so much for joining us--it's truly been a pleasure!
Until the end of May 2020 Permaculture Magazine are also offering permies.com followers a 25% discount on their Permanent Publications book, Jasmine Dale's must-have Permaculture Design Companion: A Practical Workbook for Integrating People and Places (RRP $28.95). Simply click this for their American distributor Chelsea Green https://www.chelseagreen.com/product/permaculture-design-companion/ and enter the code PDC25 at the checkout, in the 'Coupon Code' box, and it will be sent straight out to you!
Nicole Alderman wrote:Aaaand, it looks like Jasmine Dale has viewable pages and testimonials on her website, too! http://www.beingsomewhere.net/pdcbook.htm