You’d be barking at the moon, too, if you were a dog!

January 20, 2022

Fellow dog lovers who love heartwarming tales (and tails!), this post is for YOU!  

Reasons you want to read this book:

Your dog has been seen barking at the moon.

Dogs make you laugh.

A dog owns you.

You have always wanted a dog.

You want to adopt a dog. Or for one to adopt you.

You appreciate a really good belly laugh.

Tracy Beckerman is a really, really good humor writer. She knows how to tell a tale and keep you laughing hard–and wanting to more…and more.

This book is absolutely hilarious.

Riley, her dog, was the most lovable, goofy dog you could imagine. If you’ve ever had a dog in your life, you will smile, giggle and laugh out loud at familiar antics.

If your dog has been part of family life, even better, because I laughed till I cried!

If you’re thinking about getting a dog, be forewarned: This book will push you right out the door to your local shelter or rescue group. Because having a dog like Riley is a gift … one you can give yourself. And even if your dog isn’t like Riley, I guarantee you that your dog’s adventures will amuse, touch and amaze you through its entire life and yours.

Oh, if you’re looking to gift a dog lover, dog sitter or just someone who likes funny, touching stories? This is the book.

The Kindle version of Barking at the Moon: A story of love, life and kibble is now being offered for $2.99 only through January.
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15 comments on “You’d be barking at the moon, too, if you were a dog!
  1. Carol Graham says:

    Getting the book. This looks great. Dog lovers unite!

  2. Laurie Stone says:

    I already ordered it and love it!

  3. Lynda Beth Unkeless says:

    Buying for my Kindle today!
    Thanks for the wonderful read, Carol!
    Can’t wait! ???

  4. Diane says:

    The perfect book for me! Ordering…

  5. Rita says:

    Thanks for the recommendation.

  6. It sounds adorable. I’m taking a break from having a dog after losing both of my dogs and just recently, my daughter’s dog but I love pups.

  7. Jennifer says:

    Sounds adorable and fun.

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