DOGMA FOR WRITERS: Unleash the Author in You, by Sue Owens Wright

Today at #MotiveMeansOpportunity — Doggone Writers!

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Gustav Flaubert said, “A writer’s life is a dog’s life, but it’s the only life worth living.”  If you write about dogs, as I do, this statement is especially true. My books feature a canine companion or two, including my latest stand-alone novel, “The Secret of Bramble Hill.” I don’t know whether Monsieur Flaubert had dogs of his own. If so, he must have known that they have much to teach us about the writing life if we observe their behavior. In my experience, there’s no breed better suited to be a writer’s role model than the persistent,determined basset hound, which is as French as Flaubert. 

thesecretofbramblehillI’ve been owned by eight bassets, which inspired me to create the long-eared sleuths in my Beanie and Cruiser Mystery Series for dog lovers (book #5, “Ears for Murder” will be released in 2017 from Black Opal Books). Knowing these dogs as well…

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