Book Review: Diary of an Airedale (Airedale Diaries Book 1) by P.J. Erickson
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P.J. Ericksonabout this book: Do you own a dog? Well I'm on my third Airedale and believe me, there is never a dull moment. I am the author of two previous novels, both Florida adventure books, Yokche and Kill Devil, and while working on my third, I got nowhere fast due to the constant demands for attention from my new Airedale puppy. His antics kept me so distracted that I eventually threw in the towel and instead of a new adventure novel I found myself writing the story of a puppy's first year from the puppy's point of view.
It is my hope that this book will appeal to both young and old and, of course, all dog lovers. If you have never owned a dog and are considering one as an addition to your family, Diary of an Airedale will provide some valuable advice as well as a few interesting dog facts and lots of chuckles. As dog folk know, their canine friends are really people in fur coats. They think, feel, talk, work and play. In short, they are a lot like us. Writing this book was a lot of fun for me. I hope it will be for you too.
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Great read, fresh new styleDiary of an Airedale (Airedale Diaries Book 1) is the story of the first year of an Airedale puppy's life, written from the point of view of the dog, Alf. His antics and [mis]adventures, from parting from his litter-mates, traveling and adjusting to a life with a new home and family are hilarious and poignant. The human characters are very real as described by Alf, who of course is the star of the show. An emotional story, it was so much fun to read, and very creative. The historical information on the Airedale breed was interesting as well. Even though I'm not a dog person, I enjoyed it immensely! [by Susan]
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