As the new year approaches I’m reminded of all the kindness extended to me in helping to promote my books and rescuing dogs from kill shelters. This year to date the number of dogs rescued from kill shelters with the help of profits from my books is 143. Below is one of my most recent reviews and a few photos of the latest happy dogs. Wishing you all a very Happy New Year. May there be PEACE ON EARTH.
Review for His Name Was Ben
on December 27, 2015
This book is a beautiful lesson about how to start living when you are dying.
I am not easily captivated by a story about illness, especially cancer. My father died from bladder cancer and just the mention of cancer brings back painful memories I have tried to bury. In spite of my dread of the topic, I was drawn into this story from the start about two people who meet by chance. Both have cancer with minimal chances of survival but they manage to find a renewed passion for life through their involvement with each other.
Paulette Mahurin’s genius outshines the words on the pages for she tackles a difficult topic and the result is a truly enjoyable and uplifting read. “His Name was Ben” is a tender and sweet tale that is full of passion, life, and love. The story was truly inspiring and I recommend it to everyone.
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Carrie’s with new mom.
Dylan’s been rescued.
Dylan’s photo of freedom ride home.
Smiling Lucky is posing in his new home. Big yard to run in.
Lulu’s freedom photo.
Yogi Bear made it home for the holidays.
MEET MY FAMILY
And for all of you who haven’t met my kids, here’s Max and Bella. She’s a rottie sharpei that was found on the street and brought to the Lancaster/Palmdale high risk kill shelter. Max is a purebred rottie born in a puppy mill and because he’s missing a paw and they couldn’t sell him he was thrown away. Max, on top, is one of the sweetest dogs we’ve ever owned. They make our world a better place.
And here’s me with my Terry. I’m not very good with the selfies using our computer!! In 2016 we’ll be married 30 years.