I just finished choosing the titles for the teen book club. There are many good titles to choose from, so I found it very easy to choose titles, but hard narrow it down to the nine that I need for the school year.
I don't know how it happened. One day, I was minding my own business, working my way through various parts of Young Adult Literature, enjoying the company of a boy wizard and his friends, and revisiting Narnia... all of a sudden, I stop, look around, and vampires have suddenly replaced wizards, aliens, and even managed to suppress a troupe of flying kids brought to us courtesy of James Patterson.
In the style of Janet Evanovich, Marshal Karp has a series starring LAPD detectives, Mike Lomax and Terry Biggs. This suspenseful and hilarious series begins with Rabbit Factory - a man dressed as Rambo the Rabbit is slain in Familyland, a second class Disneyland.
Yes, many orchids are easy to grow! Like any living thing, they have a few requirements: light, food, and water. They need as much bright, indirect light as you can give them. I learned not to put them in direct sunlight, as they will develop black spots on the blooms and leaves.
As for food and water, orchids need consistency. During the winter, water them thoroughly each week, and in the summer, they may require water every other day. I feed year-round with a diluted mix. I also recommend potting them in an orchid bark mix as it allows the roots to breathe.