Wild Ozark Journal: Autumn 2015

If you’d like the collection of sketches from Autumn 2015 on your e-reader, it’s available this week (Nov 16- 20) for free at Amazon.

You can keep up with me as the sketches are done here at the online journal, or get the collection each season for your e-readers at Amazon. They'd make great gifts for the nature lovers in your midst!
You can keep up with the sketches as they are done here at the online journal, or get the collection each season for your e-readers at Amazon. They’d make great gifts for the nature lovers in your midst! Click here to go to Amazon now.


About the voice behind this blog, Madison Woods

I'm a creative old soul living way off the beaten path with my husband in the wild Ozark Mountains. Besides homesteading, growing plants & making crafty things and newsletters, I write books and stories. My rural fantasy fiction, written under the pen name, Ima Erthwitch, usually takes place in a much altered Ozarks.


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Thank you for reading and/or participating in this Wild Ozark community! ~ Madison Woods

2 Replies to “Wild Ozark Journal: Autumn 2015”

  1. Keep up the hard work, I find your journal very informative and enjoyable. With the abundance of draws on our time, its with pleasure I carve out time to read and engross myself in your journal and pictures.

    Thank you for the edification and break from the daily proliferation of bad news that bombards us, via every form of media available. My hat’s off to You !

    1. There is a Buddhist proverb that says something about flowers still blooming in the midst of chaos…
      I’m behind on my drawings but hope to get a new one this week. Daily proved to be very difficult and so then it was easy to slide to weekly. And now it seems I’m not even making a monthly entry. Your words give me encouragement. Thank you 🙂

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