Well some of them are. Most people have shared their opinion with me but not with the public. For those of you who have shared your thoughts with me, thank you. You comments and kind words have made me glad I took the chance on sharing my life and especially my loves with you.
I ask that you share your thoughts with others through word of mouth or a formal review on whatever site you got your copy of the book. My goal is to reach out to as many people as I can and maybe save some more lost souls along the way. I promise you, it will be worth the effort.
I did find a new topic for my next book. It is a departure from non-fiction and I can’t wait to share it with you. All in good time.
On another note, I will be at the Skagit Valley Gardens on November 17th at 5 PM for Ladies Night. I will have books for sale and signing. I would be happy to sign your book if you have already purchased one.
Also amongst the crowd will be my talented artist friend Rebecca. She will be there showcasing her art. Her art is colorful, cheerful and lights up a room. Come see for yourself and let Rebecca’s art put a smile on your face. This is one of Rebecca’s many amazing projects.
Besides vendors, there will be lots of beautiful decorated Christmas trees, goodie bags, raffle tickets, beer, wine, food and an ugly Christmas sweater contest.
I hope to see you there. It will be a great chance to hang out with your friends and maybe make some new ones. Just think, you can knock out some of your Christmas shopping as well.
Moose won’t be there this time but he may be at the next one where he will give lots of lovely ladies kisses! I promise he will have a clean nose by then.
I am an aspiring writer that is working as a Deputy Sheriff. I have been in law enforcement for fifteen years. I have five left to go before I can retired and follow my heart desires. My plan is to change people misconceptions and prejudices towards the dogs that are perceived as aggressive or broken in some way. I have five of my own dogs, all with some kind of issue themselves. I hope to continue to rescue dogs and give or get them the homes they all deserve.