I’d originally been told to allow three weeks, but it had been barely one.
It was Wednesday in Waco, and my copies of Dog Nanny were out for delivery. Had I been tracking them? You bet.
On Friday they’d left Nashville. From there they’d gone to Memphis and on to Dallas. Now they were in Waco. On the truck.
So we waited. At 6:27 it was my husband, not the dogs, who heard something at the front door.
As we opened one of the boxes, my own two poodles crowded around, excited about the paper and our mood. Food maybe? Nope, just a book with a picture of two foo-foo poodles on the cover.
Can an Abilene vet tech train two wayward poodles, while harnessing her desire for a handsome Waco pilot?
Get your copy of Dog Nanny now and find out. A romantic comedy set in Waco by local author Ann Whitaker.
Print copies now available at the Waco’s Animal Birth Control Clinic, 1531 Wooded Acres Drive, Waco, TX 76710, 254-776-7303; and online at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com. Electronic download available June 12 at The Wild Rose Press.
A portion of proceeds from sales goes to Animal Birth Control Clinic.