Kids and Animals

After over a year of writing and editing, and rewriting and doubts, my book is finally published.

I began writing “Princess Tess and Her Mess” before the world knew about covid. I think my writing became more urgent as the pandemic took control of our lives. I started writing in February 2020, while still living in Colorado, and finished writing in March 2021, after moving to Italy.

The last year of my life has certainly been full of adventure! Princess Tess is a Children’s story, but my editor enjoyed it too, so I think it’s a story for all ages, especially if you’re an animal lover.

If you feel inclined to support an old “budding” writer, I’ve included links to my Amazon eBook and paperback. If you enjoy my amusing little tale, please give me a review. If you’re not a reader and just follow this old girl for fun, thanks for stopping by, and send me some positive thoughts. Stay safe everyone.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B097BVGKLG Amazon US

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B097BVGKLG Amazon UK

Home Alone!

“Tess, where are. You?”
You just shooed me away, now you are calling my name. I’m going back to bed.
Sandra worried when she couldn’t see Tess anymore and finished her shower quickly.
“Oh, there you are. Sleepy dog!”
I’m not sleepy, I’m bored.
“I need to get ready for work.”
I’ve heard the work word before, I don’t like it.
“OK time to make the bed and get the spare room ready for you, I really hope you’ll be alright on your own all day.”
Once she’d covered the bed with Tess’s fluffy blanket, she threw toys around the room and made sure Tess’s bowls contained enough water and dried food to last the day.
I know what’s going on now, you’re getting ready to leave me alone aren’t you. Just me, with no Fendi to keep my company, just me. All alone!
“Oh dear, I don’t like doing this! Come on Tess, one more quick walk before I go.”
Rabbits! Let’s find some rabbits!
It was a very quick walk because Tess watered the grass as soon as they got outside.
“Good Dog! Now I really need to leave for work.”
I don’t want to go back inside. I want to play with rabbits.
Tess had to be coaxed back through the front door.
Sandra found one of the puppy toys you could hide treats in and put something in the shape of little chickens inside it. Tess picked up the scent immediately and followed her closely, until the got to the stairs, and then she had to be carried.
“Oh Tess, I’m sorry I have to do this.”
Sandra rolled the treat filled toy across the room. Tess ran after it immediately. Sandra shut the door and hurried downstairs.
Silence!
“Phew.”
She got into her car and went to work!