Tag Archives: Bedtime Book for Dogs
Life 101 – Coffee anyone?
Westminster and I have gotten some fun requests surrounding our book. For those of you in NYC, we’ll be on AltSide with Debra Alfarone on PIX11 Morning News tomorrow at 7:45 a.m…. Today, we had the pleasure to answer Marshal … Continue reading
Bruce & Westminster in NY Post
Westminster and I are thrilled to be featured in today’s NY Post. We pawsotively appreciate Amanda Greene’s “Tall Tails” and the accompanying photo by Astrid Stawiarz. Westminster’s favorite part is the sit down one-on-one interview he had with Amanda. Check … Continue reading
Pet fun – Letter to Wes
Westminster is now getting fan letters… like this one today: Dear Wes, Please tell your Dad that my Mom was so excited when The Bedtime Book for Dogs arrived. She acted like it was Christmas morning. As soon as she … Continue reading
What I’m Doing – Book Signings
For those of you in the NYC area, I will be appearing at the Clinton Book Shop from 1 until 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 11. Find out more about the event here. As a special treat, I’ll be joined … Continue reading
Bedtime Book for Dogs – WINNERS!
The entries have been submitted, and The Bedtime Book for Dogs has been released! Westminster and I say congrats to our winners, chosen with the help of random.org. The Grand Prize Winner: Scott Shuler who will receive an Illustrated picture … Continue reading
What I’m Doing – Dog radio!
Today, Westminster and I did a fun interview with “Blog Talk Radio.” They called it “Dog Talk Radio.” Listen to it here. I had three favorite parts: The first was the story of me finding Westminster. The second was talking … Continue reading
Giveaway! Bedtime Book for Dogs
Enter the Ultimate Bedtime Book for Dogs Giveaway! From Tuesday, May 24th to Tuesday, June 7th First Prize [5 Winners]: Win a pawtographed copy of Bedtime Book for Dogs! To enter, become a fan of the Bedtime Book for Dog’s Facebook … Continue reading
Dinner Party Talk – For your weekend
Floody waters. Thoughts go out to the people along the bulging Mississippi River as it threatens to destroy crops and antebellum mansions in one of the most-poverty stricken areas of the country. Let’s hope those levees hold. By the by, … Continue reading