DOGLAND wins Maxwell Award

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  • February 15, 2016
  • by Jacki Skole
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Thank you to the Dog Writers Association of America for recognizing DOGLAND as the Best Rescue Book of 2015. Prior to the awards luncheon yesterday, I attended a seminar sponsored by the DWAA. One of the speakers, Ranny Green–long-time journalist for the Seattle Times, former DWAA president, and DWAA hall of fame member–talked about the process of…

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  • February 2, 2016
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This Friday—that’s February 5— at noon I’ll be talking about DOGLAND with Behind the Prose’s Keysha Whitaker on BlogTalkRadio. If Keysha models my interview on those she’s done in the past, our conversation will focus as much on the craft of writing as on the content of the story. The program will be available on the Behind the…

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