Of course... every once in a while she's still in the bed. (Lazy girl!) But generally she waits for me at the door.
Where does your pet wait for you when you return?
In Other News...
Thanks to Molly the Wally for "tagging me" to talk about my writing process. I'll try to be quick with my answers since it's Less-Wordy Wed.
2. How does my work differ from others of its genre?
There are a lot of non-fiction dog books out there, and a handful of mysteries with dogs, but I don't think there are too many other authors focused on dog-moms' stories. I've had some reviews on Amazon say they thought the book would be "more about the dog" - but I like to write about women and the dogs they love. Ultimately these are the stories of women whose lives are changed by their dogs. (Dogs are already primo. They don't need to change. These women do - and that's why these are their stories and not the dogs'.)
3. Why do I write what I do?
Cuz they say "write what you know." Being a dog-mom is what I know. (And because it's fun.)
4. How does your writing process work?
It's a long, slow drawn out process. Let's just say... it ain't always pretty. If anybody wants to chat about writing and publishing, you can always email me - jackiebouchard at hotmail. I love to talk about that stuff!
Thanks again Molly! I'm tagging Donna and the Dogs to pass this on to!
Thanks to BlogPaws for hosting Wordless Wednesday!