Monday, July 29, 2019

Enter for a Chance to Win a FREE ebook: Christmas Pawsibilities!

TAPESTRIES IN TIME IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER
Just 99 cents for a limited time!

To celebrate the release of the anthology, TAPESTRIES IN TIME (which features my novella, Street Dog Dreams)  I'm giving away copies of the ebook, Christmas Pawsibilities, to five commenters. The Royal Canines are introduced in this book when their space ship crash lands on Earth. 

The follow-up story, Street Dog Dreams, tracks the misadventures of their search for a new dogdom with humans who know dogs are more than cuddly fur babies who take over your bed. 


For a chance to win a FREE digital copy of Christmas Pawsibilities, comment below. I'd love to hear about the pet who has claimed your heart. (Or just leave a comment with your email address to be contacted if you are a winner.)

The contest runs through midnight PDT on Sunday, August 4, 2019.
P.S. PLEASE BE SURE TO LEAVE YOUR EMAIL 
IN YOUR COMMENT SO I CAN CONTACT IF YOU ARE A WINNER!

8 comments:

  1. This would be great as a gift for my grandbabies to share Jackson, Orion, and Davina would absolutely love this book :)

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    1. Hi! You don't say how old your grandkids are, but this has a sweet romantic story in it, so you might want to read it first to be sure it's appropriate for them. They probably see much spicier if they watch TV. So glad you stopped by!

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  2. I have had many Loving Pets in my life over the years, and they will always be remembered and loved. after the loss of our Shepherd Named Midnight, who died from Cancer , I had made up my mind not to get another pet, because loosing a pet is so painful, But one day last year a stray baby kitten, showed up in our yard, and attached herself to me, following me everywhere, so my husband and I adopted her, and I am so glad we did, we named her Miss Kitty, and she has brought so much joy into our lives. She makes us laugh, and is so very loving. I cannot imagine life without her.

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    1. HI, Grace! Losing a furbaby is indeed difficult, but living without one (or two or a pack) is even harder for me. So glad Miss Kitty adopted you. :)

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  3. My dog will be 18 in two weeks. He is a little min pin I adopted when he was 4. He is very sweet and loving but particular in these later years.

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    1. Wow--happy almost birthday to your min pin! Hope our min pin lives at least that long. Thanks for stopping by and sharing!

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  4. I always loved dogs. When I was a child in the city, I would bring home stray dogs. One time I brought home a collar because the dog got away! Grown up we adopted a small dog from the SPCA. Tippy was with us for 16 years. The only dog that I know who could not swim (I had to rescue her when she fell into the pool!) She also got car sick - bringing her home from the SPCA - and she would hide rather than go for a ride in a car.

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    1. Love your anecdotes! My childhood dog was also named Tippy, but he was a Collie and started my life-long love of dogs. Glad you had your Tippy for 16 years!

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