Dr. Becker catches the blogging bug

December 12, 2009 at 3:38 am Leave a comment

Yes, it’s true: Starting next week our Dr. Marty Becker, America’s Veterinarian, is going to start blogging on our site. I’m not sure if his twittering, texting kids talked him into it, or if Christie and I did. Or if he wants another place to post pictures of his new granddaughter (or his grandpups, for that matter!).

But whatever: I’m delighted.Dr. Becker and I have been business partners for going on three years now, with eight (soon to be nine) books, Parade magazine articles and a syndicated column to our credit — and two more books coming in 2010.

The blog has always been “my thing,” though, in the same way that “Good Morning America” and “The Dr. Oz Show” have been his.

It kind of started when Christie and I got him hooked on Facebook. We set him up with a Dr. Marty Becker fan page and have been helping him figure it all out. Then, Twitter! I guess the only social media left was blogging, and he’ll be joining us here a couple times a week.

I have one more blogger to add besides Dr. Becker, and I just haven’t had time to get him launched. But be patient: Lots of good stuff coming.

But in the meantime, Dr. Becker and I have to get another book project out of the starting gate. And much more.  Funny, you may be seeing less of my blogging even as you start seeing more of Dr. Becker’s.


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