Book Giveaway: The Lost Dogs

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Good and bad news today.

There has been substantial online buzz about Jim Gorant’s new book, The Lost Dogs. We were scheduled to post a review today, but in the bad news department, a shipping snag has delayed that by a week or so. Instead, I’ll refer you to a list of glowing reviews on Gorant’s site. This looks to be one of those books that should be on every dog lover’s list.

The good news: Review or no, we’re here to make sure one of you will have a chance to read it for yourself. As always, our giveaways are easy, and only e-mail subscribers are eligible. So how do you enter? Go find today’s daily digest e-mail from Life With Dogs in your inbox. Hit the reply button, type “enter me” in the subject, send and you’re done. will be used to select a random lucky reader, who will be notified by e-mail. Not a subscriber? Fix that in five seconds here. We have giveaways planned for every week of the year, so the sooner you get on our e-mail list, the better your chances of taking home great freebies on us.

I”m sure one of you will be thrilled to read  The Lost Dogs – so what are you waiting For? Go check your e-mail…and good luck!

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16 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: The Lost Dogs”

  1. as sad as the situation it would be an amazing read of joy to see how these dogs pulled through such a horrible beginning!

    • I just saw this book at the library, but I already had a pile of books picked out. I would love a copy of my own to read and pass around.

  2. I’ve read this book, and let me tell you, it is compelling. A warning – the first 75 pages or so are VERY hard to read. So much so that I almost quit reading several times just because it was so painful. But the balance of the book is just incredibly rewarding, so don’t stop reading! I do have some disturbing pictures in my head now that I don’t think I will ever forget, but I still highly recommend this book for anybody who loves dogs.


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