Saturday, April 7, 2012

A to Z Blogfest: The Letter G

The Letter G

Puppy says the letter G stands for "Good Girl." It's her favorite phrase, especially as it's usually followed by a biscuit. Even without the treat, she loves being called Good. Big Dog loves being called Beautiful. What's the phrase that Gets your dog's tail wagging?

One week down in this blogging challenge - and I'm feeling Good about it so far. Some people have Great themes Going this year - If I haven't visited or commented on your blog yet, I'm certainly Going to try before the month is out!

Next week I'll continue with A to Z, but I'm also taking part in a blog tour for the release of SOCIAL PUNK by Monica Leonelle, with an interview, excerpt and maybe a review - I may not have the review ready by the end of the week, but it will be up before the end of the month. (I'm enjoying the book so far!) Have you heard of this new dystopian YA and the blog tour Monica's Got Going? Do you want to participate and be eligible for her Great prizes? Check out her website for more info at


  1. My dogs like the sound of people sitting down to eat. :0)

  2. I believe it. She looks like a "good girl." I have a cat. She likes to be called sweet names. Her name is really Boots.

  3. You have "big dogs." They look so sweet and docile.
    One week under our belt. Hurray.

  4. We call our dog Piglet because she's heavy set and snorts. She seems to like it.

  5. Sadly we no longer have out canine friends, most of whom answered to their names mainly because it might involve food! But they were good companions and had us well entertained with their antics.

    I forsee more paws for us on the horizon...

    SueH I refuse to go quietly!

  6. 140 lbs.? wow...but so so sweet! Yes, the first week is done for A to Z Challenge and whew, we made it :)

  7. Well that's one cute dog. :) I always think it's the tone of voice for dogs or cats that they love.


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