I’m deeply grateful to everyone who has purchased, read, and taken the time to review one of my books. All profits from my books go to help get dogs like Rambo, Tonya, Metcalf, Georgia, Bobby, Denver, Petey, Tammy, Aspen, Crash, elderly siblings Akeem & Aires, Booko, Serenity, bonded siblings Snow White & Rexy, Sammy, Zimba, Bella, Fluffy, Cookie, Victoria, Bane, Kody, Bart, Bola, and Choco, (see photos below) out of kill shelters. So far in 2019 319 dogs have been rescued. In 2018 670 dogs have been rescued. In 2017 we’ve helped free 904 dogs. In 2016, 250 dogs were freed. In 2015, 149 dogs were freed.
AND please for everyone who’s purchased a book could I humbly ask you to write a review when you’ve completed the read. Amazon promotes and ranks books according to number of reviews in addition to sales. Every voice helps spread the word and that is an energy that can help a dog.
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28 July 2019
Read this story and see if you can do so without shedding a tear. I loved reading this book, the characters and storyline, and I would recommend it. Download a copy today you will not be disappointed.
July 11, 2019
It is a well-crafted mystery story that goes beyond the “whodunnit” aspect to touch on ideas or issues that are both fascinating and thought-provoking at the same time.
‘Irma’s Endgame’ is just such a book. A compelling mystery novel on one hand, and a powerful “What if?’ premise on the other, ensures that the reader will be fully engaged in the intricacies of this story. It demonstrates the best and worst of human nature, and explores the vulnerability of even the closest of relationships to a range of external forces.
The story is well-paced and carefully constructed. The characters are varied and interesting, and quite realistic.
An enjoyable and interesting read.
July 7, 2019
June 30, 2019
June 29, 2019
June 30, 2019
There is a lot of exploration of what’s going on in their heads, both in terms of past and present. Relationships are paramount and explored very deeply. There is a lot of detail in that area that is beautifully, almost lyrically, written. This is not the type of book I generally read a lot of, I do love psychology of characters, but with more focus on a single one and balanced with action. This book did have action and suspense, but the main focus for me was the relationship and character building.
If you like books that really examine the intricate workings of relationships and minds, particularly in the context of investigative suspense, then I highly recommend reading this novel.
June 29, 2019
I enjoyed the characters’ true to life flaws and the current events that filled the backdrops helped the story to be so much more timely and true.
I found the ending to be surprising, yet exactly as it should be. And her endgame? Yes, Irma had her endgame on point. Thanks to Paulette Mahurin for making me now thirst for more cozy mysteries!
June 28, 2019
July 14, 2019
Full of heartbreaking moments, this beautiful story by Miss Mahurin explores the tragedies of the concentration camps of World War II.
In this story, we follow the account of a young woman named Helen who, after surviving some unfortunate circumstances, was eventually found and taken into a concentration camp. Although she is one of the few who survive the camp, reading her story from little to young woman is hard.
The account of the way in which Germany affected Jewish families in this time is both realistic and powerful making it emotionally difficult at some points. It’s that realism though that makes this book all the better. To think that this was the reality for millions of people makes it all the more striking.
July 21, 2019
June 28, 2019
Bobby’s been rescued
Bobby’s freedom photos
Denver’s been rescued
Denver’s freedom photo
Petey has been rescued
Petey’s freedom photo
Tammy has been rescued
Tammy’s freedom photo
Aspen has been rescued
Aspen’s freedom photo
Crash has been rescued
Crash’s freedom photo
Elderly siblings Akeem & Aires have been rescued
Akeem & Aires kennel photos
Akeem’s freedom photo
Aires’ freedom photo.
Booko’s been rescued
Booko’s freedom photo
Serenity has been rescued
Serenity’s freedom photo with new sibling.
Snow White has been rescued with bonded sibling Rexy
Rexy has been rescued with bonded sibling Snow White
Snow White & Rexy’s freedom photo
Sammy has been rescued
Sammy’s shelter info
Sammy’s freedom photo
Zimba has been rescued
Zimba’s freedom photo
Bella’s been rescued
Bella’s freedom photo
Fluffy has been rescued
Fluffy’s shelter information
Fluffy’s freedom photo
Cookie’s (named by rescue) been rescued
Cookie’s freedom photo
Victoria has been rescued
Victoria’s freedom photo
Bane has been rescued
Bane’s freedom photo
Bane’s freedom ride
Kody the elder has been rescued
Kody’s freedom photo
Bart’s been rescued
Bart’s freedom photo
Bola’s been rescued
Bola’s freedom photo
🌟 Choco is 8, blind, and the companion he came in with has been adopted. As if that weren’t bad enough, he was surrendered in JANUARY! He’s also hidden in medical, out of public view. How bad could things get for this poor blind guy? Blind dogs are resilient & can live wonderful fulfilling lives, they just need a kind hand to guide them while they learn their new environment. Choco deserves a real home. Let’s get him out of here. San Pedro, CA
NOTE: This dog is not in our care, we are not affiliated with the shelter in any way. We post updates as we receive them, for questions/concerns please contact the shelter directly.
Choco’s been rescued
Choco’s freedom photo
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Some pretty adorable faces on those newly rescued pups. Well done!
They sure are adorable. And so happy. Hope you all have a great weekend. ❤
Too too. Seeing their faces always warms my heart. Bless you for making it possible.
So glad Choco was rescued…and the bonded pairs, as always….Do you know if Panda, who camein with Fluffy, was rescued?
Yes, it was a big relief Choco was rescued. Look at his big happy smile. Panda was adopted and Fluffy left along until the rescue finally pulled him, thankfully. I always pledge for bonded pairs to stay together. I feel very strongly about not separating families/bonded pairs. ❤
So many happy mug shots! I’m always thankful when the old or the blind are adopted and find loving homes. It’s a lot to take on (it’s been my niche to take on the oldsters) but when I feel the love they give back, well, there’s just no way to explain what we’re given back in love. Once again, thank you for your work in helping with rescue.
So true, my friend, so true about the love they give back. Choco is filling everyone around him, everyone he meets, with smiles and warmth. That is one extremely happy resilient boy. So glad you stopped by to see his smiling face, along with all the others sweethearts. Big hug to you for all you do to make the world a better place. ❤
❤ you are such an inspiration Paulette xoxo
Hi Zoe. Good to see you pop up over the cyber horizon. Thank you for your kind words. ❤️
Oh my, Superduque, you made my day. I love this song. My favorite Carole King song. You are such a great, supportive cyber friend and I thank you wholeheartedly for taking the time to spread goodwill. ❤
What an abundance of love you give!
What a sweet thing to say. Thank you so much. ❤️🐾
True! A dog’s life can be heartbreaking. I would like to see a help column or page for questions, queries from situations that can help dog owners who may be going through a crisis or facing an abandonment situation.😟💕
That would be helpful. And it’s so true a dog’s life can be heartbreaking. So much need and not enough resources.