The Puppy Baby Book by Dawn Greenfield Ireland
Category: Adult Non-Fiction (18+), 81 pages
Genre: Non-Fiction, Puppy Baby Book | Publisher: Artistic Origins
Release dates: October 2000 | Tour dates: Oct 14 to Oct 30, 2020
Content Rating: G. This is a fill-in-the-blanks baby book for anyone who adopts a puppy, just like an infant baby book.
CELEBRATING 20-YEARS ANNIVERSARY!
This unique hardcover "fill in the blanks" baby book gives dog lovers the same opportunity to chart their puppies growth and progress, as parents of infants do with their baby books.
Now, as your puppy grows, you can document:
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Dawn Greenfield Ireland
PO Box 311266
New Braunfels, TX 78131 email@example.com
www.dawngreenfieldireland.com C – 713-256-5412
Why do you write about dogs?
I can’t help it! I grew up on a farm and we had two dogs that were part of the family. You can tell a dog anything and no one will rat you out about something. I’m pretty sure that every dog in the area knew my secrets, but luckily for me, they could not pass those stories on to their humans!
It all started with the first book I self-published: The Puppy Baby Book. My dog Shasta Ann was the inspiration for the puppy book. She passed away many years ago, but I raised her for 17-1/2 years. I knew her like a book. She was my constant companion, and to this day, I still grieve and miss her.
When I wrote the first book in the Alcott Family Adventures series, Hot Chocolate, I created a dog (Louie) for my main character, Lila Mae Alcott, the middle-aged, eccentric, wealthy, middle sister.
Louie always shadowed Lila Mae, or Amelia, the housekeeper/cook. He always seemed to have his opinion forefront on his face. Dogs are so easy to work with in a story. If you truly know a dog, then you can imagine what is going on in their brains.
Next up was Buffy, the Jackson’s family dog in Prophecy of Thol. Then Pup, Chatter, and Scooby, the fierce diwal dogs in the dimensional world of Thol that D’laine Jackson was pulled into. I needed to show how love can transform a dog. Human contact based on love can be a life-changer as I showed in the Thol series.
Then, there’s my dystopian novel The Last Dog. I let my mind flutter out there with that concept—sort of thinking about Planet of the Apes, but with dogs.
What would happen if people could no longer have children and turned to dogs as their children?
Then, what would happen if a disaster struck and all the dogs died… except one puppy? You can bet that the government would turn all evil and want that dog.
I really have to get off my butt and write the second book, Texmexzona (TMZ for short) so people can follow what happens to Abby, the last dog.
Meet the Author:
Dawn Greenfield Ireland is the author of several award-winning novels, nonfiction books, and screenplays. To date she has 12 published novels that consists of three series (cozy mystery, YA science fiction/fantasy, and adult shape-shifter), a dystopian, and a sci-fi romance adventure. The Last Dog, a dystopian novel set in 2086 is closely related to the Covid/Corona pandemic! Who knew there would be so many parallels from the time she wrote the book (2010) to this crazy pandemic of 2020! Three of her nonfiction books have won awards. Nine of her 15 screenplays (comedies, dramas, horror, action adventure and science fiction), have won awards. She has also written three short scripts. Her former day job as an award-winning technical writer (34 years) played a major role in her fiction writing – she is detailed oriented, the organizational queen of the known universe, and never misses a deadline. Dawn writes full time in addition to editing books for authors, and coaching people through the writing process.
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