I love the mind of dogs and I find them fascinating to watch. Sometimes I feel as if I can understand exactly what they are thinking!  I wrote my book, “A Dog Needs a Bone,” from  a dog’s point of view .  What goes on when your dog is left alone waiting for your return?  There’s a bit of mischief in this story, but when all is said and done,   a cosy spot is waiting for the hero to snuggle up and take a  nap on his Mistress’s bed! I bet you have a dog just like mine!

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  1. Dawna says:

    Dear Mrs , Wood

    I’m a preschool teacher and I have been reading your books for a long time and love them. My fav’s are the Jessica and Matthew ones. Any how the reason I’m writing is I was wondering if you ever read books by self
    published writers and offer your personal feed back if they ask! As I just published my first book for children and of course people I know say it’s good but that’s not that same, as coming from a respected author such as yourself.

    The book is called YOU CAME TO STAY BY DAWNA DOOLEY . It is about a couples emotional journey as they foster a baby never knowing how long it will stay!

    Thanks for taking the time to read this post and I look forward to hearing from you either way about my book!
    Your truly,
    Dawna Dooley

  2. Hello Audrey

    I was wandering about in the web world and stumbled on your blog. I can so relate to your story with my yellow lab. He is the best thing that happened to me in my life. Thank you for sharing. I loo forward to reading your book.

    Best,
    Suma.

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