Fast forward to their college years. Graham is a star hockey player at Harkness college. He dates and sleeps with women. He is so deeply in the closet and has molded himself so tight that he never, ever wants to let on for a single instance that he might be gay.
Toward the end of last summer, I finally decided to rip off that band-aid and get started on this project. To say I was naively optimistic about how long it would take and how hard it would be would be the understatement of the year.
For whatever reason, I had a hard time getting the book to look right on both Kindle and paperback editions. Maybe I was just out of practice. Finally I figured out how to upload an epub file, generated by the free Calibre software, that would keep my embedded header font.
\"Curtis Stone has artfully blended my three favorite things - entrepreneurship, independence and sustainable food production into one amazing book. He has also done so in a way that lowers the entry point for anyone who is truly motivated to no longer have any excuse for not getting started. To say I recommend this book highly is a gross understatement. I consider it required reading for anyone with a goal to start a business, not matter what niche they end up in.\"Jack Spirko, TheSurvivalPodcast.com
\"If factory farms are not the solution to the biggest issue of our time - how to feed 9 billion people without cooking the planet - what can we do Grow more food in the cities where we live. Urban agriculture is a tradition dating back thousands of years as well as an innovation reshaping modern city design. It's also a lure for a growing number of idealists drawn by a vision of reconnecting with the land while becoming part of the solution. But hold on. Anyone who's tried it as a business knows there's more to urban agriculture than romance. It takes hard work and common sense - two gifts Curtis Stone has in spades, and he's always been generous with sharing it. Local growers have appreciated the lectures and workshops where he spells out the dollars and sense behind growing city food. Now readers everywhere have the opportunity to tap into this valuable resource. If you're going to invest in your future as city food grower, start with a copy of The Urban Farmer.\"David Tracey, author of Guerrilla Gardening and Urban Agriculture 153554b96e