Thursday, April 25, 2013

Author Spotlight: Ferris Robinson Dogs and Love Stories of Fidelity







Released January 2013
 
These sixteen true stories about dogs will delight every dog lover, and may even please readers who don't own dogs. Dog memoirs if you will, these stories about dogs are told 'with sentiment but without sentimentality', according to one reviewer. "Thanks for a truthful, emotionally accurate, interesting and lovely book," this same reviewer said.

 These dog stories run the emotional gamut from absurdity to poignancy, and range from humorous to heartbreaking, something any dog lover can understand. 

"These simply told tales, straight from Ms. Robinson's heart, speak of a love that transcends species. Her homespun humor makes them a delight to read, offsetting the raw grief she shares over the loss of tiny Ruth Ann and later big Bubba. But hope springs eternal and new dogs continue to be born, a touching lesson for all, with dogs or without," says another reviewer. Although the loss of a dog is always sad, it's the dogs in our lives that somehow make us more human. Life without dogs? I don't think so.

Most of the dogs in these stories came from an animal shelter, and the fidelity that each rescue dog demonstrates, from utter loyalty to pure devotion, makes a master humble. A portion of the proceeds from this dog ebook, as well as from the hard copy of Dogs and Love goes to a dog rescue program.

Perhaps you will remember some of the dogs you have loved over the years as you read these stories about dogs, and realize how important dogs truly are in the emotional lives of humans. This book is more than just a group of dog stories about dogs. It's about the deep emotional connection we share with our dogs, and how special that bond truly is.

"Ferris Robinson's Dogs and Love is not just about dogs. It's also about the "Dog Persons" who love them, spoil them, worry about them, grieve over them, rejoice over them, learn from them, and generally cannot live without them. This collection of stories is beautifully written - intelligent, witty, charming and touching without being corny. It is written from the heart of a "Dog Person." Highly recommend!"
Wilkia Carter

"This is a great book for those of us who love our dogs like members of our families. The stories within the story are great. I laughed and cried and cried and when I finished the book, I had a warm fuzzy feeling in my heart." Amazon reviewer

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1 comment:

  1. Looks like a great book. I am an avid dog lover.

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