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Sheila Boneham
Writer ~ Teacher ~ Artist
Writer ~ Teacher ~ Artist

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Excerpt from Karma’s a Killer by Tracy Weber
Author's note:  I’ve been entranced by the
friendship my dog has with several local crows for years, so it seemed natural
to include them in my newest mystery. 
The excerpt below features Blackie, a rehabilitated crow who will play
an interesting role in th...

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Throwback Thursday a Day Early! Solving the Mystery of EPI with Tracy Weber
"Including a dog with EPI in my series was no accident. Like most fiction authors, my primary goal is to entertain. To immerse my readers in a world they would otherwise never experience. But that’s not my only goal. My secondary, not-so-secret goal is to s...

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I Want My Sleep Back by Jacki Skole
When my younger daughter was an infant, she didn’t sleep.
Not at night. Not at nap time. What she did was cry, especially in the evening,
so I took it upon myself to diagnose her with colic. Thus, I had an explanation
for why she cried and why there was not...

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The True Story of Mindy Moo the Monkey Dog
by Janis Susan May/Janis Patterson I don’t write about animals, but with two
neurotic cats and a very prissy little dog – all rescues from horrific situations
– I live with them all the time. Mindy is a small 12 pound blonde dog who is
half terrier mix and ...

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Come on over to Writers & Other Animals. Bring your friends - all species welcome!

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Cooking Up Stories with Author Susan Kroupa
Like most dogs, Doodle, the canine narrator of
the Doodlebugged Mysteries, not only loves food but has some strong opinions on
the subject. He recently got a chance to share some of those in Cooking Up Stories: Favorite Recipes from
the Oregon Writers Netwo...

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Sophie Shapes my World
by Judy Alter Every night when I’m
ready to go to bed, I ask Sophie if she’s ready for bed. She trots to the dog
bed next to my bed. We visit and she gets tummy rubs; sometimes I talk over the
day with her, sometimes I just tell her what a sweet girl she is...

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Interview with DOGLAND Author Jacki Skole
Tell us
about your latest book. DOGLAND: A Journey to the Heart of
America’s Dog Problem intertwines two stories.
The first details my search to find the person who surrendered my dog to
a North Carolina shelter when she was only six weeks old; the second e...

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The Joys of Being Outnumbered
by Janis Susan May/Janis Patterson In a way I feel sort of a cheat. I don’t put
animals in my books, at least not in any major roles. I do, however, have them
in major roles in my life, roles so major that I sometimes feel like a minor
character. I believe ...

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