From afar, I thought this book was going to be about naming your daughter Gaia and composting her hemp diapers.
Nope. Turns out “Being a Green Mother” is the fifth instalment of an eight book series called the Incarnations of Immortality. That’s right, I managed to find another fantasy series. Is there a D&D convention going on in SF or something? The author, Piers Anthony, does maintain a website about (e-)publishing to help aspiring authors, which is pretty cool. But that may not be his greatest contribution. I leave you with an excerpt from the Wikipedia entry for this book, because there is no way I can top this [SPOILER ALERT, BUT WORTH IT]:
Later on, she joins up with a rock and roll band. Her magical singing allows them to lose their drug addictions, and they quest together until she is approached by her mother, Niobe (who had left her office to have her with Pacian, thus effectively making Orb the aunt of Luna as well as her cousin through their fathers), in the guise of Fate. She is told that she has been selected to fill the role of Nature (Gaea), but that a prophecy foretells that she may one day marry Satan.