Puddin Dont Fetch
Hey grew up between the small towns of Robeline and Marthaville, Louisiana and Puddin': The Chocolate Lab is his first children's book. He has also written a true story about his high school basketball team titled The Hawks Last Flight: Our Quest for a Championship, a fiction novel titled Death of College Life, four poetry books and a wellness textbook.
He is a university professor and when not teaching, researching or writing he enjoys a variety of outdoor activities. Read more Read less.
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- Adopted Dogs;
Clawing couches. Pooping on tables.
Dammit, mom. That I march to the tune of my own drummer? So true. Can we get an update on the cat-article war? Is there a league table?
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Can I make a league table? Is someone winning? Can one of the three be eliminated? Then can the eliminated writer host a live-blogging debate between the final two on TC? Judged by a panel of select TC authors? Winner gets to be King of Kats?
Flatter those who will fulfill your desires. And once your desires are fulfilled, throw them to the curb! Cat is a selfish pet. They only come to you when they need you.
Jake Barlow (Author of Puddin' Don't Fetch)
Sever ties with your family? A lot of women will see that as a red flag. They want to meet your mother and see that you respect her.
Good luck. Reblogged this on leydicu.
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