Heart Dog – Surviving the Loss of Your Canine Soul Mate “earned out” in just 7 months. An Amazon best-seller, the book sold well enough to recover all production and publishing costs. The book continues to sell steadily in both e-book and printed book versions — not just in the United States but around the world.
I’m happy to say that an article I wrote about personal loan lessons helped launch a new personal finance site in early 2016. The site is called Personal Loan Reports, and my article was one of the first to go live.
Look for my most recent veterinary magazine and dog magazine articles in these publications in spring 2016:
AKC Family Dog — Good Grooming column
I write 6 articles per year for Family Dog magazine. The next one talks about trends and innovations in dog grooming (May / June 2016 issue).
TRENDS magazine — American Animal Hospital Association
My next piece for AAHA explains the growing field of pet hospice care. It’ll publish in the May 2016 issue.
The Messenger — published by AAHA MarketLink & MWI Animal Health”
I write 12 articles per year about veterinary marketing. Right now, I’m working on a piece that will publish in May 2016 about the difference between marketing veterinary products and veterinary services.
Well, I didn’t win, but I did receive a Dog Writers Association of America 2015 Award Nomination one of the magazine article categories.
It’s a LONG story, but I finally came up with a cover photo for my book Heart Dog – Surviving the Loss of Your Canine Soul Mate. It took me nearly a week — of much angst — to choose between to incredible cover designs, but I finally decided on this one.
Holler if you want the name of the designer.
I’ve had the chance to research and write about how bad things are getting on the student loan front, especially for veterinary students. I’ll finish that magazine piece this month (April 2015), but it won’t be published for a while. In the meantime, why not read this online article I wrote for Credit Card Guide (dot) com.