#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.

#BlogTour “Henry’s Tale” by David Pipe

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Henry Ford, the cutest Border terrier puppy, lives with his papa Alan and mama Jenny. Alan loves his job, playing golf and above all, Henry. Jenny loves designer clothes, handbags and shoes. She doesn’t love Henry. When Jenny insists on a week of high life on Majorca, Henry’s world takes a nosedive.

An attempted dognap and a traumatic stay in the veterinary clinic leave Henry a sad and confused puppy. Desperately lonely he sets off on an adventure with his friend Bully, a streetwise Essex bulldog, where he meets the beautiful Paula and for the first time experiences the heartbreak of puppy love.

Back at home, his mama and papa’s marriage is on the rocks – will Alan agree to Jenny’s ultimatum? Will he choose Jenny or Henry?

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David PipeAuthor Bio  

David Pipe was born in 1949 in a small Essex village. He attended a local grammar school then the University of Hull where he took a B.Sc in chemistry. He worked in the pharmaceutical industry in England and South Africa before studying for a PhD in organic chemistry at Imperial College. After spells at universities in Geneva and Mulhouse he joined the oil industry in Germany where, at age 53, he gratefully took a redundancy package. Following a period of self-employment he wound down his business, eventually giving it up to scratch the writing itch which has produced Sacrificing Starlight, a timely reminder of the risks our children face and Henry’s Tale, where ghost-writing for his furry friend he describes the emotional growth of a puppy on the rollercoaster of life, compressed into a few weeks because puppies learn faster than their staff.

When he’s not writing David spends his time travelling, reading, swimming and jogging. He is married and lives in Hamburg with his wife and their Border terrier Henry.

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“To Kill A Labrador (The Marcia Banks and Buddy Cozy Mysteries Book 1)” by Kassandra Lamb

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To Kill A Labrador (The Marcia Banks and Buddy Cozy Mysteries Book 1)

by Kassandra Lamb

Genre: Cozy/Mystery/Animals & Pets/Dogs/Training

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Marcia (pronounced Mar-see-a, not Marsha) likes to think of herself as a normal person, even though she has a rather abnormal vocation. She trains service dogs for combat veterans with PTSD. Then the former Marine owner of her first trainee is accused of murdering his wife, and Marcia gets sucked into an even more abnormal avocation–amateur sleuth.

Called in to dog-sit the Labrador service dog, Buddy, she’s outraged that his veteran owner is being presumed guilty until proven innocent. With Buddy’s help, she tries to uncover the real killer. Even after the hunky local sheriff politely tells her to butt out, Marcia keeps poking around. Until the killer finally pokes back.

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“The Dog Doesn’t Die at the End: A Small Story Collection” by Angelo & Leland Dirks

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The Dog Doesn’t Die at the End: A Small Story Collection

by Angelo Dirks, Leland Dirks

Genre: Short Stories/Animals & Pets/Dogs

3.49 at time of posting! Kindle Unlimited!

Small stories.

Lessons from an older dog. A blind dog and a wise man. A black cat who plays Cupid. Christmas with a shepherd, his dog, and a surprise visitor. A black dog named Eve. Sirius the Dog Star. A man unafraid of dying. And a mysterious stranger who gives a furry guardian to someone who has known only abuse.

These and more than thirty other stories await you in this volume.

What are small stories? They’re fiction for people in a hurry; stories you can read anywhere and at any time. Small stories, big ideas, and characters who will stay with you long after you’ve finished the book.

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“Shadow” by Aris Austin



by Aris Austin

Genre: Animals & Pets/Dogs

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Meet Shadow. He’s a little older and slower than he used to be, but he has a heart of gold, and he’s a good dog. People always tell him so. He’ll never hesitate to give your face a good licking, and there’s no one he loves more than his human, Brian.

Brian got a new puppy for Christmas though, leading him to abandon Shadow at the shelter he came from eleven years earlier. Shadow is devastated. Worse, the clock is winding down, even as a caring shelter worker helps him heal from the betrayal. Each day brings him closer to being euthanized in order to make more room at the shelter, and his fate rests in the hands of the very species that betrayed him—humans.

Shadow’s story is the story of countless real-life dogs that end up in shelters every year. In an effort to help save them, 20% of royalties will go to Love & Second Chances all-breed dog rescue.

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