Awesome news, this brightens my day! When I started Who Chains You Books, I was seeking a way I could still help not only chained dogs but ALL animals, while stepping back from the day-to-day front line activity. This work marries two of my favorite things—animals and book design and publication—and I’m so thrilled we’ve received our first recognition for our efforts.
Color us excited to announce that our publishing company, Who Chains You Books, has two nominations for our titles in the Dog Writers Association of America 2017 Writing Competition.
In the Rescue or Adoption Books Category, author Laura Koerber’sI Once Was Lost, But Now I’m Found: Daisy and the Olympic Animal Sanctuary Rescue received our first nomination.
The book chronicles the story of not only one rescued dog, Daisy, but all one hundred and twenty-four dogs—and one snake—from the Olympic Animal Sanctuary, the only large-scale dog rescue in the U.S. to be carried out with no support from local government. The OAS rescue was an epic narrative that extended over several years and featured small town politics, protests, assault, lawsuits, arrests, and a midnight escape, all played out to a nationwide audience.
I Once Was Lost, But Now I’m Found is available in paperback, kindle, and audiobook. Learn…
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