Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Meet Mavis Duke Hinton, author of The Dachshund Escapades
In her 21-year career as an English teacher, Mavis Duke Hinton now teaches English online to students across the USA and several foreign countries. She grew up in a military family and lived abroad in Europe during her childhood. She has also been an editor for Christian and secular organizations, including Liberty University, as well as a police officer. She has taught Bible studies to all ages, from preschool children to adult women, and has spoken in educational conferences as well as women’s groups from time to time. Married for forty-one years with two married daughters and three grandchildren, she has written two Christian fiction novels in THE DACHSHUND ESCAPADES series, I AM SARGE and I AM DACHSHUND, both published by OakTara.
I AM SARGE, Book 1 of THE DACHSHUND ESCAPADES
By Mavis Duke Hinton
Sometimes a dachshund’s “lowdown from the ground”
perspective is just what human beings need.
“I was only eight weeks old when I was adopted into my new human family who knew immediately I was a super dog. They proudly gave me the name Sarge—after my Papa Duke, who was a sergeant in the Army. Quite a fitting name for a good-looking dachshund too, I might add. I just know someday I’ll do great and mighty things, befitting a super dog.
“But in the meanwhile, I’ll just steal your heart and make you laugh out loud with the antics of this 'chow hound.' And maybe, if you come over, Papa and I—two food lovers—might just share a snack or two with you, too.”
Fall in love with Sarge, the quintessential dachshund,
and laugh along with his foibles and humorous escapades.
Connect with Mave and her wonderful dachshund books at the following locations:
Thanks, Mave, for joining us today on The Write Stuff!
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