Author Spotlight with Jan McCulloch

Today I’d like to welcome Jan McCulloch to the blog. Jan is the author of A Little Dog’s Prayer, which I’ve recently read and enjoyed. Before we find out about the book, lets find out about Jan.

‘I live in the Angus Glen’s in Scotland. I have seven crazy dogs, Tania, a three legged rescue dog from Romania. Doris and Teenie are two Fox terriers. Skipper is a cross between a brillo pad and a toilet brush. Rabbi is a very old retriever who came to live with me when his elderly owner went into a care home. Suki is an adorable little princess who came to me when her owner died. And Skye (in the photo above with me,) of course is a wonderfully clever and hardworking sheepdog. I had her father Dougie who was simply amazing. He passed away a few years ago but I see him in Skye every day. I train collies to work sheep and have been a hill shepherd for many years.
I also support any charities that help dogs. CARIAD are dedicated to helping the dogs I wrote about so I wanted them to receive some recognition that may help their cause.’

Thank you for taking part today Jan. Now lets find out more about the book:

 

Bonnie finds herself at the mercy of cruel and abusive puppy farmers who use her and many other small dogs as breeding machines for profit. She tells the story of her plight from a filthy kennel where she is held prisoner. She misses her loving family and particularly nine year old Jade, who embarks on a perilous adventure to rescue her little dog.
Suitable for ages thirteen years and upwards, a graphic and very moving story.

*If you click on the book cover it’ll take you to the book’s Amazon page.  Continue reading