#BookBlitz “If the Creek Don’t Rise” by Nancy Hartney

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coverSouthern Gothic, Short Stories
Publisher: Pen-L Publishing
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Church suppers and bingo nights.
Dreams of Mexico.
The shadowy world of thoroughbred horse racing.
If the Creek Don’t Rise is a collection of hard-used characters, tangled relationships, family angst, and fortitude.
Eighteen tales and six postcard vignettes, highlighted with original artwork, make this collection a skillful and moving exploration of the commonplace, the hidden, and the unforgettable.
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About the Author

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Nancy Hartney, a daughter of the South, writes about gritty characters and family angst from her native piney woods and sweat-filled hardscrabble farms. Additionally, she writes non-fiction for regional magazines and free-verse poetry.
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#Spotlight “Jasper’s Journey Home” by Dog Tired

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Jasper cannot resist chasing a cat and on this occasion he literally lands himself in trouble. The adventure that unfolds takes Jasper on a long and sometimes difficult journey to find his way home. Along the way he makes some great new friends but also meets some nasty foes. This little dog never forgets home and the people he loves. Does Jasper make it home?

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From the Author

My inspiration to write came from my little rescue dog Peanut. Like most parents I enjoyed reading to my children when they were young, snuggled up on a sofa with a good book. I guess I am not the most obvious author type but personally I get a great deal of pleasure from writing. If I can make a child smile and enthrall them with a gripping yarn plus raise some cash to help the many dog rescue organisations worldwide I will be a happy chap. I hope you enjoy Jasper’s Journey Home and remember together we can help organisations in times of need and to rescue, re-home and better the lives of as many dogs as we possibly can.