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ALL PROFITS FROM MY BOOKS GO TO HELP GET DOGS OUT OF KILL SHELTERS
15-year old Boopsie’s freedome photo
Boopsie in her welcome home celebratory outfit.
Graham getting some love from his new daddy.
Graham shopping with his new mom
Jay Jay has found his furever home in San Diego.
Jay Jay at home looking more relieved next to his new sibling.
Little senior Pepe rescued from kill shelter. He couldn’t be happier on his freedom ride. Big smile!
Little Senior Pepe safe at home getting snuggles from new daddy.
One-eye Cheri rescued from kill shelter is safe in new home.
Supergramps rescued from high risk kill shelter and now safe with his new family.
Eleven-year old blind Tiger found a safe haven in his new home.
Tigers freedom photo. Not the best photo but he is smiling and having a good sniff.
Trinity was hit by a car, fractured her leg, and was dumped into a kill shelter. She’s now safe with a loving foster family until she can be placed with a permanent family.
Bless the angels who helped Trinity. Her fractured leg became infected and needed to be amputated. She is with her foster family doing very well while. Word is she’s safe and can’t stop wagging.
REVIEWS AND WHERE TO PURCHASE TO LIVE OUT LOUD
on October 31, 2015
I don’t mind admitting that I knew very little about Emile Zola, with regard to the Dreyfus affair, before reading this book. The title, ‘ To Live Out Loud’ is a quote from Zola and, as is so admirably illustrated in book, the principle by which Zola lived his life, When a man is wrongly accused and dishonoured Zola proved himself not only willing to stand up for justice but to make great sacrifices in order to see justice done.
The story is sad in part, but uplifting and a reminder that we should all speak out in our own way against the wrongs, large and small, commited against people, animals and the planet we live on. All deserve our interest and attention and Zola’s example shows what a worthy cause individual actions can be.
I very much enjoyed To Live Out Loud, I learned a great deal and the writing was immaculate.
on November 1, 2015
This book is compelling reading outlining the bigotry, Bias and corruption in France in the late 19th century by the military and officialdom.
How one man put his neck on the line to try to bring about justice and the truth and after much animosity and frustration.
A must read and extremely well written.
on November 1, 2015
Mahurin does a fine job bringing her fictional narrator and the historical figures to life, giving the reader a close look at The Dreyfus Affair. An added bonus were the Zola quotes at the start of each chapter.
REVIEWS AND WHERE TO PURCHASE HIS NAME WAS BEN:
on October 29, 2015
I don’t usually read these kinds of stories, but once I started reading His Name was Ben, I couldn’t put it down. A heart breaking love story about cancer victims, hope, and survival. Great story.
REVIEWS AND WHERE TO PURCHASE THE PERSECUTION OF MILDRED DUNLAP:
on June 26, 2015
Well written and enjoyable