Bow-Wow! Reviews My Book

October 12, 2009 at 7:53 pm Leave a comment

Now that's my kind of reviewBow-Wow!, the free monthly newspaper for dog lovers on the Oregon and southwest Washington coast, has been keeping readers informed about dog-related events and activities since 2000. It’s entertaining, too, with regular features about dogs and their people.

In this month’s issue, rover reporter Gus Nevan gets his paws on a copy of my book. Since this was the first review of my book typeset on recycled trees, I was a bit nervous as I read along.

Bo Hoefinger, now that’s my kind of dog. A dog’s dog, if you know what I mean. He gets it, man, he really gets what being a dog is all about. And he tells it like it is, none of that high-falutin’, nose in the air attitude stuff for him. No sir. He’s not afraid to call a dog fart a dog fart. And, like me, he’s not ashamed of letting one rip, either.

All I can say is that Gus Nevan gets it, man, he really gets what being a reporter is all about!

Bad to the Bone is more fun than a ride in the car with the windows open—especially for my fellow mutts who have wagged their way out of the shelter system and into a devoted family. I say, drag your parents down to the book store and have them fetch a copy.

Here’s the link to the October issue of Bow-Wow!.

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