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RE: Well, today...now books

I didn't realize you wrote books... or collaborated on them... must have
been fun having all the experts on call :)

Actually I acquired a copy somehow when it first came out (think they gave
some away as door prizes at a meeting and I won it). Kinda thumbed thru it,
and ... oops, well it is here somewhere. 


> Donna, you are correct it is 2001.  Greg & Sue were the writers, the
> editor
> was Marilyn Rogers (a Meredith staff editor) and Meredith is the
> publisher.
> This is how the Ortho books are developed.  They acquire an expert(s),
> such as
> Greg & Sue, to provide or write the technical infor then it is reviewed,
> massaged and put into print by Meredith staff.
>     When I worked on the Perennial book I got to work with Alan Armitage,
> the
> trees & shrubs book with Michael Dirr & the rose book had 3 contributing
> rose
> experts.  It was fun and exciting but more full time work than I want in
> my
> retirement.
>     Did you use that book?
>         Ceres

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