Saturday, February 9, 2013

There was a little woofing going on

The folks at St. Louis All Dogs (www.stlalldogs.com) certainly know how to throw a Valentine Party for their pooches. Four of the seven St. Louis area writers who have true stories published in Not Your Mother's Book...On Dogs, (Publishing Syndicate LLC) attended the event and signed books.
 
Everyone knows that dogs leave their paw prints on our hearts. Treats included heart shaped cookies with paw prints on them for the people and homemade dog biscuits for the pooches.
 
 There were so many dogs in all shapes, sizes, colors and breeds, one cuter than the other. There was even a beagle wearing a tu-tu. The dogs and their owners played games. They gatehered in a circle and each adult was given a spoonful of peanut butter. At the command, "GO" the dogs licked the peanut butter off the spoon. First to finish was designated the winner.
 
Renee Hughes, Linda O'Connell, Sioux Roslawski and Greg Lamping signed and promoted Not Your Mother's Books...On Dogs, Not Your Mother's Book on Being a Woman, and Not Your Mother's Book...On Being a Stupid Kid. What a fun way to spend the afternoon.
 
YOU, too, can purchase one of these books from Amazon.com. There are also many publishing opportunities at www.publishingsyndicate.com.

10 comments:

Sioux said...

Linda--As usual, you did a wonderful job.

(Who is that old woman to your left?)

Val said...

I have all three titles in my Not Your Mother's... library.

thisisme said...

Hi Linda. This all sounds great fun, I must say! Lovely photos by the way. Red suits you.Your eyes look SO blue!

Bookie said...

Such great pictures! And this event sounded like such fun...I miss a doggie in my life...someday in the future....

Tammy said...

Sounds like it was a fun event for the dogs as well as the humans! Congratulations!

Susan said...

Hi Linda. Sounds like a "barking good time for all. You look great! Congratulations. Susan

Daisy said...

I bet it was entertaining watching the dogs with the peanut butter. Sounds like a fun event for all! :)

BECKY said...

Sounds like it was fun. Sorry I couldn't make it after all.

Mary Horner said...

How fun! I wish I had a great dog story!

Merlesworld said...

Sounds like a great way to spend an afternoon a good time was had by all.
Merle.....