Posts Tagged ‘pet memoir’

Win a copy of Barbara Lampert’s ‘Charlie: A Love Story’ at Through Squirrel’s Eyes today!

Win a copy of  Barbara Lampert’s Charlie: A Love Story at Through Squirrel’s Eyes today! Charlie: A Love Story tells of the beautiful love between Charlie, a Golden Retriever, and the author, Barbara Lampert. It takes place in Malibu, California. When Charlie turned eleven years old and started having some health problems, a journal Barbara was keeping about her garden quickly became mostly about Charlie. Charlie: A Love Story is an intimate look at an incredible connection between a canine and a human. And as a psychotherapist who specializes in relationships, Barbara brings that sensibility and understanding to Charlie’s story as well. Charlie was Barbara’s loyal confidante and best
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Pump Up Your Book Presents Charlie: A Love Story Virtual Book Publicity Tour March/April 2012

Join Barbara Lampert, author of the dog memoir, Charlie: A Love Story, as she virtually tours the blogosphere March 5 – April 22 2012 on her first virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book! ABOUT BARBARA LAMPERT Barbara Lampert is a Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in relationships. She’s been in private practice in Brentwood, California for over twenty years. She considers her work a calling and loves what she does. She has a doctorate in medical sociology and two master’s degrees – one in psychology and one in sociology. Barbara has adored dogs her whole life. They’re her passion! She notes that for a lot of people,
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Book Review: A Man and His Maniac: The Bunkie Story (second edition) by Charles Franklin Emery III

Title: A Man and His Maniac: The Bunkie Story Author: Charles Franklin Emery III Genre: pet memoir Publisher: Bunkiedog Press Pages: 101 pages Purchase your copy here! I have to confess.  I am a dog lover with a capital D & L, so when I found out Charles Franklin Emery III had a dog book out, I immediately emailed him to see if I could review it.  After the deaths of two of my dogs, Baron and Saba, nearly thirty-five years ago, and  dealing with the pain that was involved in their senseless deaths (we had to give them away because mother-in-law didn’t like them digging in their yard
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