Our “Mom” Writes Too!

You might not know this, but Storm, Hank, Logan, and I are not the only writers in the clan. Our human mom writes too. I guess putting words on paper or a screen is what you might call a family tradition around here.

Showing me around the computer in the early days.

So, this week, in appreciation of all the help T gives us with our blog, like being our official photographer, typing for Storm because he keeps smashing keyboards when he tries to do it himself, and helping us come up with topics that might be interesting to humans, our post is all about T’s new book.

Five years ago, T published a novel called House of the Blue Sea, about an artist named Sandra who travels to Baja in the winter (sounds like a story we’d all like to live about now) and stays at a great little hotel owned by a guy named Paul. Well, now Paul has his own story, a prequel novella called Becoming Pablo. It’s all about finding one’s true self when everything’s gone to hell.

Most importantly, there’s a dog in the story. Not me specifically, but he is cute, smart and pretty much saves the day at one point, so obviously inspired by me.

I won’t tell you anything more about the story because you can read the whole book yourself … for FREE! All that work, all those hours, and she’s giving it away. But then I guess we bloggers do that every week. Why? Well, because we like to tell stories and we love to have people read them.

So, sign up for “Teresa’s Tales”, her eNews, and T will send you a free eBook in whatever format you need. Easy peasy lemon squeezy.

Or, if you’re just not the subscribing type but would like to read Becoming Pablo, you can buy the book online.

See you back here next week!

4 thoughts on “Our “Mom” Writes Too!

  1. What a lovely tribute to your beautiful T and her excellent writing. I was fortunate enough to read Becoming Pablo in its early stages, loved it, and am looking forward to a second read with it all polished up.
    Congratulations T. ❤️😘

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