I have put my first book on Amazon. I guess for two reasons;
1. My memoirs need to be written; and
2. Why not?
I know that Memoirs are often what famous people write, but why can’t us average people in the world write memoirs too?
Buck is my famous (even if only to me) border collie and my best mate. He was born on March 27, 2005 and I was lucky enough to have him in my life on May 10, 2005.
I call him a Border Collie, but he is actually crossed with Irish Wolfhound. Long story short, when I was in the US and he was about 2 years old he got out during a storm. The Ranger could not find a microchip, nor had he had any of his vaccinations.
I had somehow bought him of a puppy farm, not a breeder. Even though the lady gave me paperwork with him that showed he had been vaccinated and micro-chipped at the time of purchasing him. I was so angry! More angry at the fact he wasn’t vaccinated then anything else, my sweet puppy could have gotten sick.
Anyway, all ended well and I was able to avoid the fines from the Ranger and reported the puppy farm. Buck never got sick and he was micro-chipped and up to date with his vaccinations the same day. I was relieved.
So back to my Memoirs; who better to be at the centre of my memoirs then my animals that have been with me throughout my entire life. They have witnessed my happy times, my sad times and have helped me through everything I have gone through.
You can find “The World According to Buck” here on Amazon. It is quite a short Memoir, the first in a series of four books, that tell the story of my life.
You can view my Author Profile Page here.
The Paperback is $4.99 (you can then purchase the Kindle Version for $0.99) or the Kindle Version alone is $2.99.
I’m really quite proud of my work and I have already started “The World According to Freddy” and this will be released 30 June, 2017.
Freddy’s view will be a lot longer, this book will tap into PTSD and Anxiety that I suffered and it will be a raw and real read, but I think that speaking of Mental Health is necessary to create awareness and I am not ashamed of who I am, warts & all as they say!
Happy Riding & Keep Smiling