Sorry …. well – not really.

I know … yadda, yadda, yadda. Another chuffin’ five star review on Amazon.com (USA)

America  – I’m comin’ to get ya!

Sorry – this is not in my normal character, but I’ve learnt over these past few months that if you don’t bang your own drum, then there ain’t nobody else going to do it for you.

(Except, of course, these wonderful people who have taken time to leave such lovely words on both Amazon – 17 on Amazon UK and 6 on Amazon USA – and Goodreads. Thank you all.)Damp Dogs & Rabbit Wee - final - thumbnail

Format: Kindle Edition

The author explains how a couple of unexpected career changes ultimately presented him with a new job opportunity as a Pet Professional. This new job provided many stories and lucky for us, the author has written this book to share them with us.

Written in a comical and heartfelt way, we learn about the animals’ reactions to various situations and the way each pet formed their very own unique bond with him, and he with them. The author did a great job describing the vast personalities of these pets. I especially liked the comments he imagined them saying.

Overall, this was a fun read and I thoroughly enjoyed the author’s sense of humor. Of course, animal lovers will naturally be drawn to this book, rightfully so, but anyone who has gone through (has ever thought about or been forced into) a career change, will greatly enjoy this as well.

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About Cee Tee Jackson

I run three blogs: 1) ceeteejackson.com (my author blog.) 2) leadingpetcare.com (my business / dog walking blog) 3) loudhorizon.wordpress.com (my music blog .. infrequent posts) Guess what? I'm a dog walking, wannabee author that loves music.
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2 Responses to Sorry …. well – not really.

  1. Well done, Cee Tee! That’s quite an accolade. I’m finding it extremely hard to break into the US market. Is it our English spelling they don’t like, or what? I just did an Amazon giveaway of a paperback copy of my book on the US site (can’t do them on the UK site, as yet) and not one person decided to follow me on Amazon, let alone buy my book. My conclusion: it was a wasted exercise, apart from if the winner likes my book and decides to write a glowing 5-star review.

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  2. It’s murder, isn’t it? Keep plugging away, though. I ran a Goodreads giveaway. @ 1200 entries for one of four copies. And I got a review – albeit on Goodreads. But I have had a little success by linking up with likes of Clean Indie Reads on Facebook, and through conversations / comments on blogs from USA.

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