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PAULETTE MAHURIN’S BOOKS: http://www.amazon.com/Paulette-Mahurin/e/B008MMDUGO/ref=dp_byline_cont_ebooks_1

And other Amazon sites around the world carry all Paulette’s books.

PROFITS FROM MY BOOKS ARE GOING TO the first and only no-kill animal shelter in Ventura County, CA., Santa Paula Animal Rescue Center  http://www.santapaulaarc.org/ ; The Canine Adoption Rescue League http://www.carldogs.org/ (http://carldogs.org/purchase-name-ben/); and to various rescues helping to get dogs out of kill shelters.

PRESS RELEASE: http://www.vcstar.com/lifestyle/ojai-authors-historical-novel-teaches-tolerance-benefits-animal-rescue-ep-363177738-351980511.html

TV interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwTwJdwfLRQ

BIO: Paulette Mahurin is an international best selling literary fiction and historical fiction novelist. She lives with her husband Terry and two dogs, Max and Bella, in Ventura County, California. She grew up in West Los Angeles and attended UCLA, where she received a Master’s Degree in Science.

Her first novel, The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap, made it to Amazon bestseller lists and won awards, including best historical fiction 2012 in Turning the Pages Magazine. Her second novel, His Name Was Ben, originally written as an award winning short story while she was in college and later expanded into a novel, rose to bestseller lists its second week out. Her third novel, To Live Out Loud, won international critical acclaim and made it to multiple sites as favorite read book of 2015. Her fourth book, The Seven Year Dress, made it to the bestseller lists for literary fiction and historical fiction on Amazon U.S., Amazon U.K. and Amazon Australia. Her fifth book, The Day I Saw The Hummingbird, was released in 2017 to rave reviews. Her sixth novel, A Different Kind of Angel, is due to be released in the summer of 2018.

Semi-retired, she continues to work part-time as a Nurse Practitioner in Ventura County. When she’s not writing, she does pro-bono consultation work with women with cancer, works in the Westminster Free Clinic as a volunteer provider, volunteers as a mediator in the Ventura County Courthouse for small claims cases, and involves herself, along with her husband, in dog rescue. Profits from her books go to help rescue dogs from kill shelters.

All new friends and visitors are welcome. Have a look around and please feel free to enter the conversations.

734 Responses to Home

  1. Pets are so precious. One cannot neglect or abandon them. Love

  2. kiangablog says:

    I’m so glad I decided to check out your site. As a writer, a pet lover and a passionate community worker I love what you are doing. Must make time to read your books. They may inspire me to get on with some of my ideas for books.

  3. marylou says:

    Well done Paulette

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