Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Book Review AND Giveaway! ASK ANNA by Dean Koontz and his dog Anna

While I was at BarkWorld in Atlanta a few weeks ago, I picked up several books. The first one I read is a dog advice book by Dean Koontz' dog Anna. It is titled, appropriately, Ask Anna: Advice for the Furry and Forlorn.

Dean Koontz is best known for his suspense novels (maybe you've heard of Odd Thomas) but Anna has taken a different path with her writing and is doling out canine advice. Anna is a Golden Retriever who flunked out of school with Canine Companions for Independence. She explains in the book that birds were her "undoing."

Anna gives advice to the dogs who write to her with questions about life. She reminds them that size doesn't matter, everyone has a talent, and tennis balls are symbols of joy. She seems to only have one adversary and that is Pierre, the postman's poodle.

Evelyn thinks, "Silly dogs. Cats don't need advice."

Since Anna spent time at Canine Companions for Independence, all author proceeds are being donated to them! To get your own copy for free, you can enter our giveaway. All you have to do is comment and tell us who you think would benefit from Anna's advice. I know this is a mostly cat blog, but a lot of you have pup friends, too. Maybe a dog friend in your life could use a holiday gift! You can gain an additional entry by tweeting about the giveaway as well. You've got a week to get your entries in!


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5 comments:

  1. OMG - mom's niece (the kid) would love this book!!

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  2. My good friend would love this she is a dog and cat person. She also runs a small business called Happy Tails Energy Healing.

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  3. I have a co-worker and he and his wife have had Scotties for many years. I would give this book to them.

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  4. Your tweet entry comes off a little oddly, you should see my tweet.

    I have no idea who would benefit from this advice, but I'm sure I have a doggy friend somewhere who might like this book if I win..

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  5. I think my friend's kids would get such a kick out of this book. They love to read and it's fun to send them things once in a while that they totally aren't expecting!

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