Posted Jan 10 2019
Those of you familiar with my Paw Enforcement series have enjoyed the antics of Brigit, Officer Megan Luz’s clever K-9 crime-solving partner. In my upcoming House Flipper series, you’ll meet Sawdust, a sweet and fluffy feline with a unique skill for digging up dead bodies and leading carpenter Whitney Whitaker to critical clues.
As an animal lover (current count: 3 dogs + 4 cats), I have a blast writing the chapters from the dog’s and cat’s points of view. While the animals don’t talk, we get a glimpse into what’s going on in those furry heads of theirs.
Let’s do some mind-reading, shall we?
Use the comments link below to caption one of these pet photos (just indicate which # in your submission). On release day January 29th, I’ll pick one lucky winner at random to receive a copy of Dead as a Door Knocker (book #1 in the House Flipper series) and this adorable plush Sawdust!
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Thank you, Cindy, Kathy, Suzanne and Cheryl!
I enjoyed showing the good things about middle age with this new character. I'm so glad you enjoy Kerrin's reviews and site! I do, too.
Wonderful! Same here. I trust her opinion. She's very open-minded and fair.
Thank you for the sharing Kerrin! I really love reading her reviews and quite often add the books to my ever growing pile of books to read.
What a lovely piece. I have loved Kerrin’s blog/reviews and have only ‘known’ her online for a short while, but she has been one of the only blog reviewers I check religiously. Your book sounds so much fun, and I’m glad the protagonist is closer to my age and not so young as they usually are . I will somehow see if I can read it in Australia. Thanks for the fab interview!! I love the pics from the catch up with Kerrin’s daughter. The landscape is beautiful.