Tag Archives: Call of the Wild

when the world was young: “watership down”

Two weeks ago today, I published my latest novel, Lost Dogs, about a German Shepherd named Buddy, and a Beagle/Basset mix named Sally, who survive the end of the human world, only to find that their struggles are just beginning.  … Continue reading

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“a dog’s purpose”

As I’m writing a novel about dogs, I’ve been trying to find and read similar works, motivated mostly by the desire to avoid doing stuff that’s already been done.  Some of the books have been terrible; some have been interesting … Continue reading

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writing and reading about dogs

The rewriting for my next novel, Lost Dogs, is going very well.  As  I mentioned previously, I started drafting the book late in 2011, put it aside for awhile to publish and promote Dragontamer’s Daughters, and have recently come back to it.  I punched … Continue reading

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