As soon as I saw this book’s cover I knew two things:
1. I was going to love reading it, and
2. I was going to hate myself for the next few months for not having thought up that title for my own use. Damn damn damn damn damn.
Long story short, it’s published by Bloomsbury (mine own publishers!) and it’s edited by Kathy Belden (mine own editor)! so I knew it was a gem, so of course I pre-ordered it from Barnes and Nobel and then I began to stalk the author checked out the author’s website. As luck would have it, Steven Kotlerwas going to have a book event in Port Washington, New York (mine own neighborhood!) so I glommed onto him contacted him and offered to show him the sights of the Long Island Sound.
So yes, I’ve met him in person and heard his wonderful talk about Dog Rescue and the Meaning of Life, and I’ve read this book and cried and vowed that one of the things on my Bucket List is now Get A Dog.
This is Steven Kotler’s life:
You can see more about Rancho Chihuahua here:
So everyone, buy this book and say a small, furry prayer.