I loved this book. The setting in coastal Maine was wonderful and I truly enjoyed reading about how the main character opened up her own doggie daycare business. I also really enjoyed the romance that developed between the main character and a woman who came into her life. The characters faced some real problems, but all in all it was a feel-good story with some surprising twists. I highly recommend this book!
I was really impressed with this book, it made me laugh, cry and even get angry. A well written story and I’ve got to say I just loved the dogs and cats. The character are well written and I have no problem recommending this book. Looking forward to see what K’Anne comes out with next.
I really enjoyed this book. The story was great but at the same time I wish there was a bit more of the interactions between Charlie and Reagan. I also would have liked to know more of the story between Charlie and her family. There is a lot on the development of the business (which being a dog lover sounds fantastic) and I just wished for more of the backstory for some the characters which could have also led to some deeper exploration between some character dynamics. Overall, the story has growth, love, loss, and dogs (cats and a pig too) and is very enjoyable and easy to read.
Some things should be labeled, some things should not be…
Some labels that I gladly accept (in no particular order): entrepreneur, lesbian, business owner, mom, writer/author, marketeer, and publisher.
Some labels I never expected to hear: diva, stud, model.
The idea of being called a stud is laughable to this femme lesbian, but there you have it, I have not only been labeled one, but it’s official…and, they are using my picture as a model for their calendar! I love their explanation of what a divastud is and I really do think I fit it so I gladly accept these new labels even if I laugh at them too!
Check it out here and you can order prints of their calendar while you are there!
This wasn’t an easy book for me to write. As I’ve mentioned before, I started it in 2011. I found the topic to be very depressing, but the idea of it never left me. Over the years I had added to it as I found information I thought would be good in the story. I can’t tell you how pleased I am with the reviews I have gotten. No, they aren’t all five star and they shouldn’t be…this isn’t a perfect book, it isn’t even a perfect story, it is however a very scary scenario that one family could have lived through. I hope those who read this, will give the book a chance. In the meantime, here are some of the reviews I have been getting:
Thank you to all who have read it, will read it, or are reading it, your reviews do help and are appreciated!
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I thought this was a great story and I highly recommend it. There is a really interesting story line that sucks you right in. The author did a great job developing the characters and you feel like you get to know everyone while you are rooting for them all to overcome the obstacles that they face in order to survive. This was a well written book that doesn’t follow a standard plot line. There are plenty of shocks and surprises along the way. I really liked both of the two main characters who were good people without being perfect.
Ever wonder what will happen if the world finally does go crazy? K’Anne does a good job giving us an idea! Jodi and Krista just wanted a place to go for peace and quiet. They always hoped that’s what their cabin in the woods would be, a refuge to decompress from the rat race. Little did they know that one day the cabin would become their castle!
I really liked this story and the thought K’Anne put into it! If you want to read a book that you won’t want to put down, start reading Survivors now! It’s well written and well edited! A really good read!
Hello! A few weeks back we had a wonderful time interviewing the authors of Dirt Road Books. For those who don’t know, it’s a group of authors who with their combined (about 150 years) experience in writing, editing, and other business pursuits banded together to make their own publishing house. It was wonderful that despite […]