Having ALL the Funs

Yes, it is I.  The one who took all the Funs for the day.

Oh the guilt.

Well, it’s all about the muse, as usual.  Because this summer I indulged, and I went back to the world of veterinarian Dale Kinsall and his Sully Beagle.

I always have to say this: I started this series before I had ConneryBeagle, and certainly before I had TWO Beagles.  It went through more publisher foolery than I even want to think about, and finally found a home at Five Star and WorldWide Mystery (and now with FoxAcre Press).  By that time, my ponderings of “should I get a Beagle?” had come to fruition.

But Sully isn’t Connery, and he isn’t Dart–no matter how many times I pose them for cover shots.  He is simply BEAGLE.

Anyway, Nose for Trouble just came out, and Scent of Danger will be available again before the end of the year.  And in the meantime, suddenly…novella!

Tracking Murder is an interim piece–one that fits nicely between Books 2 (Scent of Danger) and 3 (um, not yet written).  But in the meantime, it stands deliciously on its own–so if you’re looking for an introduction to the series, it does that, too.

(And yes, it’s listed at Backlist eBooks, with ALL the retail links…at this clickie…right here…clickie clickie clickie)

About those FUNS?

It’s Dale!

It’s Sully!

It’s Dale & Laura!

It’s tracking! It’s tracking in a spot I love!

It’s Dart Beagle on the cover!  It’s the actual location on the cover!

It makes me want more, more, MORE! of Dale & Sully!

I can see that exclamation points will be in short supply after this blog.

So yes.  I have taken ALL the funs for the day.  But I’m not totally selfish.  Because the whole point of writing fiction is to share it.  At least, that’s the point for me.  The more sharing, the more funs.

Don’t you think?

About Doranna

My books are SF/F, mystery, paranormal romance, and romantic suspense. My dogs are Beagles, my home is the Southwest, and the horse wants a cookie!
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8 Responses to Having ALL the Funs

  1. Peggy says:

    We all need more fun. So yes, we need more Dale and Sully

  2. Sue Farrell says:

    I’m so glad to hear that Scent of Danger will be available by the end of the year. I fell in love with Nose for Trouble and want MORE, MORE, MORE of Sully and Dale.

  3. Patty says:

    I got them both off Amazon…pre Nook. So now I need to get that Nook down to town and do the wifi thing…ooh just got a router–bet that might allow me to be all wifi right in my own home! I am now off to photograph poo. Which may appear in poorint on Friday….

  4. Doranna says:

    Can’t tell you all what it means to me that I’m not the only one to find the sharing fun. 8)

    Patty, LOL! Poorint. I just bet. I could do a whole treatise on horse poo after this recent mess with Duncan! (Let’s just say there’s a reason his tail has been wrapped…)

  5. Marilyn says:

    Hah! My husband will be quite pleased as he very much enjoyed NOSE FOR TROUBLE. Which means as soon as I finish reading about shape shifters, I will have to DL this for us both. Or maybe I should just head over there and do it now before the power decides to go out again. (Can you say Major Thunderstorm?) There. Got it.

    I told him. He said, “Oh? Is it in between the first two books? Or is it part of the next book? Or is it…?” So I read the blog to him. He has now DL it, too.

    Hope Duncan Horse is feeling better.

  6. Doranna says:

    Duncan is definitely looking better in most ways. He’s still over-reactive to insect bites…for the moment I’m just watching very closely.

    Very glad you both enjoy the mysteries! 8)

  7. Laurie says:

    (Poor DuncanHorse. Is he still feeling better? Must be, if he was bucking in the paddock last night …)

    Whoopie! Just bought Tracking Murder for my NOOK!! *rubbing my hands together* Just have to finish the book I’m reading and …… BLISS!!!

  8. Doranna says:

    Whoopie from me, too!

    Duncan is still over-reactive to insect bites, and is welting up in the area of the old bites, but I’m advised to stand back and let his body deal rather than suppress it further. It’s driving me nuts, though!

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