Charlie Bear, our adopted rescue dog, came into our serene, middle-aged lives like a whirlwind, wreaking havoc with every spin and growl. We found ourselves mystified at some of his headstrong behavior, but that cute face and endearing demeanor (when not being a Chucky) quickly captured our hearts. His story of abandonment, rescue, and then search to find a forever home begged to be told, so I wrote a book: Charlie Bear: What a Headstrong Rescue Dog Taught Me About Life, Love, and Second Chances.
Charlie Bear likes to post once or twice a week and, now that he’s almost four, he has a lot to say. He’s calling his new posts Y2K Year to Know-it-all and you can find them under the Charlie Chat Category.
We also like to provide you with dog-related posts (everything from puppyhood to older dog issues to rescue and beyond), along with periodic book reviews/comments, and a little bit about writing (my other passion besides dogs).
Since I’m a writer, can you guess what I love to write? Dog-lit. It’s like chick-lit but with a twist–hopeful, romantic, and inspirational reads for dog lovers.
My first novel is about a 32-year-old divorced young woman who’s searching for love and the capricious rescue dog that helps her find it. Working title: Fortune Puppy. It’s loosely based on the tale of Rex, the big dog.
In another novel an adorable Cocker Spaniel plays an integral role.
To see books currently available, click here: http://www.amazon.com/author/bjtaylor
In addition to writing, I like golf, swimming, walking, working out, and traveling. Keep coming back to visit, and please feel free to comment on any blog posts. Charlie Bear and I love that.