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Cute dogs and treats (and blogs)

In Cute Dogs, Very Cute Dogs on March 6, 2016 at 11:30 am

I’m feeling a bit lazy—could it be the dog days of summer, though it’s not even spring? For that reason, I thought I’d share my BFF Shelley and cowriter’s blog this week, or reblog her blog.

But first, here’s a picture of cute me.


I am cute waiting for attention at a coffee shop.

Second, I have to let you know, Shelley ends her blog with the line “You get your treat.”

I want my treat. I like milkbones, cheese, carrots, green beans and anything human food-related. I like some of my doggie treats, too, but I prefer anything from the table. Table food. Table scraps.


I deserve my treat, too.


Here’s Shelley’s blog: https://wordpress.com/post/shelleywidhalm.wordpress.com/1142


Sad dog tale (about NaNoWriMo)

In All About Me, Cute Dogs, Uncategorized, Very Cute Dogs on November 29, 2015 at 11:30 am

I am quite sad that my BFF Shelley is spending lots of her freetime doing NaNoWriMo instead of paying attention to me.

NaNoWriMo is for National Novel Writing Month, meaning Shelley is trying to write 50,000 words in 30 days. I really think she should have 50,000 play sessions with me during the month and every month.

Here are some photos to show Shelley (and others, too) that I’m cute and need attention.


I am cute hanging out on my bed with my teddy bear.


I’m cute when I’m sleeping.

Dog Blogger promotes BFF

In Cute Dogs, Very Cute Dogs on January 11, 2015 at 11:30 am

I’m really proud of my BFF Shelley, who is going to be published in an anthology. I don’t understand, though, why I’m not at front and center in the collection of flash fiction stories. It’s called Baby Shoes or something like that, but I think it should be called Doggie Paws.

Anyway, here’s what Shelley wrote about her imminent publication (but before you read about it, remember that I’m really, really cute and, just so you can see how cute, please check out my photo):

This week, I’m going to share a bit of good news.

My flash fiction piece, “A Wanted Man,” has been accepted for publication in the forthcoming “Baby Shoes Flash Fiction Anthology.”

The anthology will contain 100 stories of up to 1,000 words by 100 different writers, including distinguished writers Danika Dinsmore, Joe Lansdale, Linda Needham and Walter J. Williams. The stories include fantasy, sci-fi, horror, literary, erotica and humorous and range from supermarket encounters to tales of coming back from war.

The anthology launched earlier this month as a Kickstarter project. It will be funded once there are enough readers for 200 to 250 copies for the e-book edition, while for the print edition, 500 to 600 orders will need to be made.

All of the writers are teasing their Facebook and social media friends about the project, explaining what’s involved and giving an excerpt from their story.

Here is the excerpt from the beginning of my 500-word story, which is about a woman trying to find love through personal ads. Here’s how it starts:

I crafted my personal ad as if some fairy godmother could wave her magic wand and usher in a tall, handsome man with blue eyes. This, I wrote trying not to think about Derek. He managed the front of the Sushi restaurant and I, the back. Sans ring, he rode the rollercoaster of those going through a divorce. His smile blew heat to my toes, causing my eggrolls to crisp.

To learn more about the anthology, check out the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Baby-Shoes-Flash-Fiction-Anthology/914714125235669.

I'm kinda hanging out, and I'm cute doing so.

I’m kinda hanging out, and I’m cute doing so.