Monday, 4 November 2013

A hanging mystery and a Summer reveal!

Bloggie pals!

On my way to work on Sunday morning, I came across these hanging bags:


On closer inspection I read this:

Awwww! 
Betcha you can't guess where these are hanging from... will reveal all next week.. if they're still there that is!! LOL!


Speaking of revealing things ....


... here is gorgeous Summer Ross's  (writing as Decadent Kane) brand spanking new book !

"An old family secret draws Ribbon into an Elven world while Draven is forced to find a way to drag her back home to save Christmas magic." 

All sorts of Decadent info may be found here.

Available from 13th December.



Have a great week y'all! Have a fun, happy and safe Bonfire/Guy Fawkes Night!

55 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Looks like that's where one grows plants.
Summer's cover is awesome!

William Kendall said...

Peculiar hanging!

And a very striking cover!

Clarissa Draper said...

Love the plant bag. Can't wait to see where it comes from.

Annie Bear said...

I'm dying to know about these hanging bags ( I don't even know what hanging bags are but they look intriguing). Looking forward to the mystery being revealed. Hope you, Charlie and Gumtree have a great week!

Theresa Milstein said...

Aw, that plant hanging is so cute. You'd be able to take care of those baby plants! I know you have a green thumb.

meowmeowmans said...

I can't wait for the reveal, because I have NO idea what those are hanging from. :)

Have a great week!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I can't imagine what those hanging bags are for? I'm very curious!

The book sounds interesting --kudos to your blog friend.

Helena said...

And a happy Guy Fawkes night to you!

I'm looking forward to Decadent's book and to finding out about those bags.

Fuzzy Tales said...

I haven't a clue where those were hanging, other than the side of building/shed/door. :-)

Have a lovely week ahead! Feel free to teleport across the pond; bring cleaning supplies. :-p

Vanessa Morgan said...

How original and cute. Have a lovely week.

Mark said...

Have a good week yourself. I'm still not sure what I'm doing for bonfire night. If I'm even doing anything.

Natalie Aguirre said...

Will be curious to find out what it is in the hanging bag.

Congrats to Summer! And have a great week!

Marg said...

Oh look at those bags. That looks like something fun to grow. Can't wait to see what they are. That looks like a good book. Take care.

rumpydog.com said...

I am so curious! What is that hanging there?

Donna K. Weaver said...

That's a great cover! I'm guessing you those door hangers weren't there. ;)

Marilia Bavaresco said...

Have a nice week!!!!!!!!!!

Stephen Tremp said...

Were the bags in the Hemp District?

McGuffy Ann said...

Peace to you & yours!

Hart Johnson said...

Oh, how cute is that herb bag!? I love that idea! And easier to take inside when it's gunna freeze at night!

KarenMcG said...

What an interesting blog post today, Old Kitty.

Can't wait for "the big reveal" next week.

Rene said...

Is that a hanging herb garden? It looks pretty neat if it is!

Carol Kilgore said...

Love the cover! And I have no idea where the bags are hanging. Or what is growing. Maybe catnip at the library?

da tabbies o trout towne said...

de bagz iz way awesum guys...we bet they bee hangin at yur place rite now...

thatz a kewl way ta growz stuff :)

we can see catnip N grazz sproutin outta there rite now !!

how cloze did we come ta guessin rite !!

happee week ...eat much trout ~~~

Tamago said...

That is a very unique hanging! I have no idea where it's hanging from. I look forward to your next post!!
The book looks very interesting! Sounds like great read around Christmas :-)
Have a great new week xoxo

cleemckenziebooks said...

Could that mysterious plant be CATNIP?

Pasha said...

I think those bags are hanging from a blue door!??

Crystal Collier said...

Yay for Summer!

As for the bag, I have absolutely no idea where that could be. Definitely not at my house. ;)

ANGEL ABBY said...

How lovely. We have seen something like that on Pinterest. Have a great week!

Brian said...

Hmmmmm, a bag hanging mystery fur sure. That book looks good and I love the cover!

The Furries of Whisppy said...

That's just genius! What a clever garden. :)

mshatch said...

I have no idea where they could be hanging from but will be back next week to find out! Congrats to Summer :)

Maria McKenzie said...

Those plants are just calling for a green thumb:).

Lovely cover!

Eileen said...

I`ve not seen a plant hanger like that before, though have seen them made of plastic.

Won`t it be getting too cold soon for plants to grow outdoors? Does that mean these are hanging indoors? Hmm... a puzzle for certain!

Have a great week!

DWei said...

They'd probably end up dying in my care.

Good thing they found their way to you instead!

fairyhedgehog said...

That hanging bag is intriguing. I can't wait to find out more.

Manzanita said...

What a sweet, horticultureal idea. Am I reading this correctly? There are little slipplings of plants for the taking to care for and grow? How precious. This was my first year back in my old neighborhool after a long abscence. I again saw the generosity of the gardners who put their excess plants on the sidewalk for passerby's to take. I've missed my neighborhood.

Katie Isabella said...

I have to know what the hanging is about! xoxox

Munir said...

Strange hanging. The cover looks nice

Summer Ross said...

Thank you so much Kitty for posting about my cover on your blog! I really appreciate it.

I have no clue about those bags as I have a black thumb. LOL

klahanie said...

I'd like to hang a few bags :) Summer's cover looks real good.

And all will be revealed....

Gary
x

Rick Watson said...

We can get arrested here for growing that.....wait, what was growing in those bags :)

Medeia Sharif said...

Beautiful cover.

I haven't seen a hanging plot like that one.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Old Kitty - the hanging bag looks fun ... possibly in a nature park by the canal?

I have to say I cannot believe how many hanging walls there are now - there's flowers all over the sides of buildings .. I'll make a plan next summer to do a tour of planted walls ..

Hope Bonfire Night was fun .. not for Gumtree and Charlie I guess .. but I expect they were curled up safe indoors ...

Still blowing down here .. cheers Hilary

Basil Widdairs said...

Furry furry interesting!!! Can mew grow catnip in them? MOL

Purrs Basil xox

Norma Beishir said...

Good cover!

Awww...love the hanging herb bags!

Pk Hrezo said...

Congrats to Summer!

I love the idea of sharing plants. Too cute!

Katz Tales said...

OK, we want to know about the hanging too!

Lynda R Young said...

That little herb bag looks so cute (I'm assuming it's herbs. I'm not a very good gardener though so I'm likely wrong hehehe).

Wendy said...

Congrats to your friend, Summer. Her book looks awesome!

I shall eagerly await your next posting re: peculiar hanging bag, which looks like it's dangling from the back of a door????? I think I'd quite like a similar thing in my kitchen for fresh herbs. Just an idea ...

Take care x

Simon Kewin said...

Is it the TARDIS? No, the colour's too light. Hmm, don't know! And, yes, that is a lovely cover.

Maria Perry Mohan said...

Hi Kitty,

Ah, lots of intrigue and interest as usual. Nothing like it, is there?

Dawn Simon said...

Where were they hanging?! Yes, I want to know! :)

Cool cover! Congrats to Summer!

Hilary said...

i have never seen a plant bag

Madeleine Sara said...

Oh wow that is fun to find those. Wow how exciting!
Summer Ross' book cover looks amazing! Congrats to her.

Jamie Burch said...

Ooh...I just love that idea! Read your post backwards so I already know where it came from. Brilliant! Summer's cover is gorgeous! I'll have to wander over and get more details.

Hope you have a lovely week! Big hugs to you, Charlie, and Gumtree. :)