Buy a Book, Save a Dog

One of the joys of being an author is interacting with fellow authors in our vibrant online community. Around five years ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Paulette Mahurin and reading her books. Paulette writes in a number of genres, but her main focus is historical fiction and stories based on intolerance. In novels such as To Live Out Loud, The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap, The Day I Saw the Hummingbird,  The Seven Year Dress, Irma’s Endgame and A Different Kind of Angel she has tackled a range of topics including: homophobia, racism, anti-Semitism and women’s abuse.

Paulette’s books are immaculately researched, beautifully written and highlight the true soul of humanity. A native of Southern California, where she lives with her husband and two dogs, she has a Master’s Degree in Science from UCLA.  

Paulette’s books are a great read. However, added to that she donates all her profits to rescue dogs from kill shelters. To date, Paulette has rescued well over 2,200 dogs. A remarkable achievement. So, if you are looking for a great read this summer and would like to rescue a dog into the bargain, please check out Paulette Mahurin’s books. 

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Paulette-Mahurin/e/B008MMDUGO

8 thoughts on “Buy a Book, Save a Dog

  1. A Different Kind of Angel was a gripping novel, and resonant with recent coverage highlighting mistreatment of vulnerable people in UK care homes. What a great charity the donations go to.

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  2. I’ve read many of Paulette’s books – she is a fantastic author and a wonderful human being. To paraphrase Will Rogers – “I never read a book of Paulette’s I didn’t like.”

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