The town marveled at the prosperity of Asa Miller’s lawn. Every day, a dozen people begged for his secret. Then, only ten begged. Then, five… two… one.
Then, Asa had to settle for store-bought fertilizer.
Jessica McHugh is an author of speculative fiction that spans the genre from horror and alternate history to epic fantasy. A prolific writer, she has devoted herself to novels, short stories, poetry, and playwriting. She has had twelve books published in four years, including the bestselling Rabbits in the Garden, The Sky: The World and the gritty coming-of-age thriller, PINS.
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