Monday, October 31, 2011

Motivational Quotes: Bark Out Loud!

There's a new book on the market; this one's a little different than my usual. Not quite a thriller and not entirely a dog-lovers book. Come to think of it, it's not even a combination of the two. It is a very quaint book of quotes. If you are in the mood for some uplifting words of encouragement, look no further. There's some quotes on dogs, inspiration, motivation and even some on frustration! If words aren't what you are looking for, there are some pretty pictures to catch your eye.
As with all of my books, I donate a portion of the proceeds to animal rescue, however, with "Bark Out Loud!" I am donating 100% of the profits to animal rescue organizations. This book is for them.

A smiling dog can mean the difference between an ordinary moment and one to treasure.

There's no greater feeling than rescuing an animal. You know what they say "The best things in life are free."
Happiness is hearing your dog's greeting as you walk in the door.

Have you hugged your pet today?
Somebody thinks you are incredible...they probably just haven't told you yet.

Tolerance and patience are acquired traits. They need to be practiced and perfected and definitely won’t happen overnight.

Often, the reason that you make mistakes is to learn from them and teach someone else.

Available on,Kindle and Nook!

Copyright 2011 Elizabeth Parker


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