From the creative mind of Elsa Watson comes a great summer read called Dog Days. A heartwarming and hilarious journey inside the mind of a woman’s best friend.
About the Book:
The main character, Jessica Sheldon doesn’t hate dogs, but she is a bit afraid of them, which makes living in her dog crazy town in the Northwest, a bit difficult. To overcome the unfair reputation that has been bestowed upon her as the town’s “#1 dog hater” and bring customers back to her struggling cafe, Jessica volunteers to act as the chairperson of an annual dog festival in her hometown.
One evening Jessica crosses paths with a lost and lonely white German Shepard named Zoe. Determined to prove to the town that she is a dog lover, Jessica decided to rescue Zoe and in the process the two of them are struck by lightning.
Jessica wakes to discover paws where her feet should be and watches in horror as her body staggers around the square. Jessica and Zoe have switched bodies!
You’ll have to read the rest of the book to see how Jessica and Zoe cope with this unexpected and weird change that has taken place to their bodies!
About the Author:
From 1996 to 1998 Elsa Watson served as an agricultural volunteer for the Peace Corps in Guinea-Bissau, West Africa, where she inoculated chickens, sheep, and goats and helped establish a women’s community garden. It was there that she started writing, filling tablets of paper long-hand with early stories. Her short work has appeared in the Writers Journal, Snowy Egret, and Renaissance Magazine. Watson currently works at the West Sound Wildlife Shelter, a wildlife hospital and education center that gives injured and orphaned wild animals a second chance at life. Elsa is proud to live by the motto: any day on which you pet a dog is a good day.
Stay tuned for a giveaway on this book coming up shortly!