Saturday, November 8, 2014

A New Book on the Horizon-Maggie, Rescued and Happy to Share

Maggie's Kitchen Tails
Douglas Earl and Rosemary “Mamie” Adkins
Martha Char Love

Linda Victoria Hales

Maggie shares her secrets and wild tales filled 
with homemade recipes and short stories

Watch for Debut in Summer/Fall 2015

Maggie’s Kitchen Tails Synopsis
Douglas Earl and Rosemary “Mamie” Adkins
Martha Char Love
Linda Victoria Hales

This book was written in honor of Maggie who found her way in life after being abused and tossed away a few hundred miles from where she lives today. Because she was abandoned at the early age of about (7) seven weeks her stomach did not develop normally and we found ourselves baking and dehydrating all of her meals until she is old enough to fight on her own.  All our recipes we have shared are human grade and you can eat them yourself!

The short stories in this recipe book are for your pleasure and ours.  Douglas and I (Rosemary “Mamie” Adkins) asked two other writers to co-author this book with both recipes and short stories to provide variety so that we can honor other wonderful four legged friends.  We have also found several puppy friends to write about and a rescue shelter.  Enjoy the feature story of the Hidden Creek Farm where your dogs go for vacations in a resort just for them.

Sandy, our sweet Labrador Retriever passed away a year ago and after a lengthy search, Maggie became our next canine child, and our book shares many stories about her. We also honor Pierre, Jenger and two Grand puppies, Dexter and Hershey.

Martha Char Love has a shih tzu Grand Puppy Momo and writes for you stories of their adventures on early morning walks and about Momo's favorite baking treats. She also shares stories about her late beloved shepherd dogs Elfie and Magic, as well as her chihuahua doggie neighbor, Aloha, who visits her everyday looking for a fresh baked treat. Visit Martha’s personal page for more about her at:

Linda Hales shares her memories of two special canine friends, Baxter and Benji, together with some delightful recipes to tantalize even the most discerning doggie palate. These two remarkable friends belonged to her daughter Tammy, who has since passed. Be sure to check out Linda’s books for children at:

And please don't forget to check out my books at:

Yes, we have many stories to share about our past and present friends and we invite you to send us your special story and photos for a chance to win a free copy of this book when we hold drawings.  

You can send them to:
Douglas or Rosemary “Mamie” Adkins.  

Thank You for your interest. You can reserve your copy of the new book Maggie’s Kitchen Tails at any time.

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