Monday, December 2, 2013

Come and Join me for the Christmas Paws Blog Hop Dec. 3-8th

 Come and Join me for the Christmas Paws Blog Hop

December 3-10


With my two new release Christmas Dog stories I though this would be the perfect tie in with the
Christmas Paws Blog Hop.


Every dog needs a loving home. Duke (In Central Bark at Christmas) is an actual shelter dog. He’s my big, silly, eight-year old lab I adopted as a shelter dog last year. He was 8 when I adopted him... it would have been tough for him to find a new home, but I took the chance with an older dog. Now he’s part of our family.
If you are thinking of bringing a rescue/shelter dog into your life here are some links:
http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/virtual-pet-behaviorist/dog-behavior/adopting-shelter-dog

Do you have a dog now? Or what's been your favorite pet?
Leave your answer and your email below for a chance to win a dog necklace and earring set and an autographed copy of one of my Christmas dog books.


Central Bark at Christmas

Sweet, short Christmas story to warm your holiday heart!

When Tennyson’s boyfriend left her for her best friend from high-school, all Tennyson received in the break up was her dog. She’s sworn off men and now is rebuilding her life. The only thing Par does is work. He barely has time to do anything he wants for himself other than take his dog to the dog park. When Par and Tennyson find an abandoned dog at the park named Duke. Will they find room in their hearts to take him in?
And can this Christmas season weave some special magic for the two of them?

The Christmas Gift that Keeps Wagging


Julian Barrows has his hands full working full time and being a single dad to his kindergarten, special needs son, Gabe. Gabe’s teacher convinces Julian he doesn’t need to do everything on his own and introduces him to a seizure dog trainer, Hanna Acker.
Hanna and her sister grew up without any ‘Christmas Cheer’. She’s trying to get her sister through college and doesn’t have time to let anyone too close, especially the handsome single dad with a kid.
But, Christmas has a way of changing what we thought we wanted… especially when Santa and an adorable four-legged ‘elf’ are involved.

 



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5 comments:

Sharon Kleve said...

Duke is so handsome!

Jennifer Conner said...

Welcome everyone!

Natasha D said...

I have a rat terrier named Skip.
Thanks for the chance to win!
natasha_donohoo_8 at hotmail dot com

Iris Pross said...

I wasn't allowed pets when I was growing up, my mom was asthmatic. Now I have 2 dogs, a hamster and fish. I try not to play favorites, although the puppy thinks he's the favorite. He likes being carried around the house like a baby. lol
purple975@msn.com

Katie Amanda said...

We have a rescued pit mix named Rocket. When he was at the animal shelter the trainer taught him a lot of tricks including jumping into your arms when you say "launch." Thanks!
katieamanda1(at)yahoo(dot)com

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