Monday, December 3, 2018

Blog Tour: Darcy the Dog Who Talked by Liane Carter


Book Details:

Book Title: Darcy The Dog Who Talked by Liane Carter

Category: Adult Non-fiction, 152 pages

Genre: Pets / Memoir (told from dog's perspective)

Publisher: Independently published

Release date: June 18, 2018

Tour dates: Nov 26 to Dec 21, 2018

Content Rating: PG (mild language - such as hell, bloody, damn)

Book Description:

I'd never adopted a dog before. I had no idea what to do and this dog needed someone who did. An abused dog and a clueless human, we embarked on a journey of love, struggles and joy.

"Every abandoned Darcy dog needs a Liane."

- Teresa Roberts, Veterinary Nurse, Hertfordshire, England

To read more reviews, please visit Liane Carter's page on iRead Book Tours.



I don't read a ton of dog books but after reading the author's book about her cat Tammy I was eager to dig into this one as well. For anyone who has loved a pet so deeply that life without them seems unimaginable, this is the book for you. The bond between Darcy and Liane is beautiful beyond words, and the final chapter ripped my heart into shreds. Just like with Tammy, Darcy is written alternately between human and dog, and Darcy is a dog of many words! 

Stories like this make me tempted to take my blog posts and expand them into a book about my own pets. It's such a beautiful way to memorialize these precious beings that share our lives and take a part of us with them when they leave. What better way to keep their memory alive than to share them with the rest of the world in written form? If it inspires just one person to adopt a pet to experience that one of a kind love for themselves, it would be worth the emotional roller-coaster that must come from reliving all those special moments. Thank you, Liane, for sharing the divine Darcy with us.

Darcy lived with us from March 2004 to February 2014. 
Ten minutes with her would have been a present. Ten years was a gift from heaven.

Meet the Author:

Devoted to giving her readers smiles, tears and tension in both her poignant non-fiction and fast-paced fantasy adventures, Liane Carter bares her soul. Author of The Chronicles of Joya, The Dream Devils, Darcy: The Dog Who Talked and Tammy: The Little Cat With A Big Attitude, she has written features and a weekly column for Costa Blanca News, articles for Writing Magazine, and has taught over 150 writing workshops. She pours her innate joy into her books and also expresses it in nature, playing instruments, creating art and dancing.

Connect with Liane: Website ~ Twitter ~ Facebook ~ Pinterest



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7 comments:

Liane said...

Thank you so much, Melissa, for your wonderful review. I am in tears over your words and my baby. Thank you. If you write a book, let me know.

Mickey's Musings said...

What a pawsome review!
Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

The Menagerie Mom said...

This story sounds beautiful beyond words. This kind of book always makes me smile and cry, but it's so worth it. Thank you for sharing yet another wonderful read with us, Mudpie and Melissa!

Eastside Cats said...

Ooh, I love that 'Goodreads' link too!

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

I think you should write books about your kitties.

Kerry Barbero said...

Another book for Mom and me to read. We are not familiar with the author, but it sounds like she is very compassionate about anipals like you and Mom are, and can't imagine her life without pets, also like you and Mom. Purr purr purr. -Valentine (& Mom Kerry) of Noir Kitty Mews

Three Chatty Cats said...

I'll have to look into both of these!