Two Dogs and a Tarot Death Card Posted on July 29, 2012 by Maddie Cochere I love my new book cover! I’m delighted with the likeness of our beloved hound, Joe, and I think this storyline is my favorite of the four books. I’m excited to finish the editing and publish! Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
It’s a lot of work. People like yourself that get so much done are a wonderment to a plodder like me.
You probably have a life. Look at your avatar – out there in the sunshine enjoying the lake. I think I still might have a husband around here somewhere. 🙂
Can I have Joe? I love his face! And I love your new cover.
Hmmm . . . where did you learn about weak words, darlin”?
Thank you, Robin. My niece does my covers, and I was excited to see this today. We lost Joe last year due to a vet’s misdiagnosis. We coped by knowing he had a wonderfully spoiled life and lived to be 13 years old. I loved writing him into my book and think my niece did a great job with him on the cover. Joe lives on …
We put our Rosie down four years ago (she was 15) and I still grieve. We buried her at our cabin and every time I pass her grave I say hello. So sad. But, the tree we transplanted in her honor thrives!
I’m sorry to read about your Rosie. These dogs are like children, and it is so hard at times. Our dogs are buried on a friend’s property. They have a lovely spot, too. Rosie’s transplanted tree was a nice touch.
Sigh. I miss her. Now I have silly William Wallace. Damn dog.
That is so funny! 🙂 We have a beagle, and he is just a dog. Our two old dogs were like children – family – but we are stuck with Pete now, and he is just a dog. (But William is adorable!)