A Dog Named Boo has been named one of the Top Ten Memoirs of 2012 by Publisher’s Weekly! (And Boo’s got his own website, too!)

A Dog Named Boo has been named one of the Top Ten Memoirs of 2012 by Publisher’s Weekly – and we gave the book its own website to celebrate!

Things has been super busy here all Summer but I wanted to take a moment to say that I am pleased, proud, and a bit humbled that Publisher’s Weekly has named A Dog Named Boo one of the Top Ten Memoirs of 2012!

A tremendous amount of effort went into writing A Dog Named Boo and it’s extremely gratifying to have that work acknowledged on such a high level in such a competitive market!

(If you’ve never heard of Publisher’s Weekly, it is to book publishing as Variety is to show business.)

As we get closer and closer to the release date for A Dog Named Boo there will be a ton of stuff coming down the pike – so much so that we’ve decided to give the book it’s own website!

For the past couple of weeks Lawrence has been busy putting the new website together behind the scenes and now it’s ready for its debut – I’m really happy with what he put together and hope you will be, too!

Head on over and check it out:  www.adognamedboo.com.

Please don’t forget to like it on Facebook too!

The Primary Message of A Dog Named Boo

Lisa J. Edwards discusses the primary message of A Dog Named Boo, due for publication in October 2012 by Harlequin Nonfiction.

As part of the lead-up to the October publication of A Dog Named Boo, we were asked to put together this short video for Amazon discussing the book’s primary message.

Please enjoy and please remember to share!