My readings of verse from my book “Just Thinking” seems to have generated encouraging responses (see “My Dream” and “Just a Rose”) so now I am thinking about reading extracts from “Who Said I was up for Adoption?” in the obvious hope that it will be a good marketing idea … which is very important to me given that both books are supporting specific causes (both are non-profit for me). Continue reading
Reviews, in general, I take rather lightly due to the potential for simple manipulation. When a waitress gives a restaurant a glowing review, and it happens to be where she works, one has to question the authenticity! Likewise when a number of product reviews link back to the manufacturer’s web site, one has to wonder just how impartial those reviews are. Continue reading
The following is an extract from “Who Said I was up for Adoption?”, my book about the first 18 months of living with Ray. Continue reading
Below is an excerpt from my book about Ray “Who Said I was up for Adoption?”
Context: I was outside our Humane Society, and in a squat position with my back against a fence, when Ray started walking directly towards me, and somewhat menacingly. He was clearly on a mission! Continue reading
My book about Ray (“Who Said I was up for Adoption?”), has established a slow, but consistent, sales performance. A number of you have read it, or are in the process of reading it, and your reviews and/or feedback has made the whole process very worthwhile. Thank you!
To recent Followers, the book is written as a true account of all the “trials and tribulations” experienced during the first 18 months of adjusting my life to include a dog who adopted me… a German Shepherd/Rottweiler – 75lbs of attitude, plus a long list of issues! Continue reading
On this day in 2013, we took Ray home with us. As many of you know, he was very different from the dog that I envisaged having as my first dog! In fact the only criteria he met was that he was a “good size dog”! It is all now history, but the question often comes up “Did you adopt Ray, or did he adopt you?” Continue reading