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The author of the book: Elizabeth Parker
Date of issue: November 26th 2013
ISBN 13: 9781304658463
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Finally Home: Lessons on Life from a Free-Spirited Dog is a funny book about dogs that will keep you reading and laughing! A comical glimpse into the adventures of a naughty dog-specifically a golden retriever that didn't believe in following rules. The heartwarming, true story about a dog with a happy ending. Not a dog training guide, but more of a comical perspective about a dog and his quirky antics. Wonderful book for both dog lovers and even non-dog lovers! *A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to an animal rescue group.*
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Read information about the authorI live in Las Vegas, NV with my two retrievers. I started writing over fifteen years ago, mostly technical manuals with a little added pizzazz. I've also been writing novels since I was a teenager, however back then, they were either hand-written in penmanship that was barely legible or type-written. Penmanship and typewriters. Do those words still exist? Do you remember those typewriters? Didn't you just love it when the keys used to get tangled together? That was fun. Or how about the high tech white-out that was the stone-age version of our modern computer backspace key. Those were good times. Ah, but I digress!
I had written my first book about dogs, Finally Home in the early part of 2010. Throughout my years of living with Buddy, our golden retriever, I always wanted to get his stories down on paper. They were just too comical to keep to myself. I wanted the world to know that even if you get discouraged while training your dog, there is a light at the end of the tunnel. They will eventually behave (even if it takes time) and it may just be the most rewarding thing in the world! If you're reading this, then you might as well know, I am a die-hard dog lover and they are my inspiration for writing. I volunteer with a few animal rescue groups throughout Las Vegas when time permits. Though not all of my books are for dog-lovers, most have dogs in them. I enjoy writing about their antics and incorporate them in a few of my thrillers. In addition, I donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale of each book to various animal rescue groups. Since 2010, I've written eight books. I guess I had a lot to say.
You might also want to know that I am an indie author. Yep, I self-publish all of my books, create my own covers and format my own books. It has been a learning experience and after two years, I understand more and more about the world of publishing. Forgive me if the first two years were a bit rocky. Even through the trial and error stage, it has been a wonderful experience. I've met a great group of creative indie authors, as well as dog-lovers and readers in general from all over. The support, advice and wisdom I have received has been phenomenal.
Lastly, I have a very dark mind and an equally off-beat and witty sense of humor. Looking forward to chatting with you!