Darla's Song

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"Darla's Song" is the true tale of a senior American Eskimo dog, all but abandoned to die. She is adopted by a loving woman and her reluctant husband. Over the course of time, Darla melts even the coldest of hearts and sets into motion some life-altering experiences for everyone within her reach. More
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About James Gerard Small

New Jersey native James Gerard Small is a professional Graphic Designer/Art Director with over three decades’ experience in the advertising field. He has handled work for a diverse number of clients over the years, including Nabisco, Disney, Sony, and Campbell’s Soups, as well as many lesser-known clients.

His creative efforts often include additional copy and headline creation work as well.

He has belonged to different writers’ groups and has mostly focused in recent years on short stories and blogs as creative outlets. He is the author of two as-of-yet unpublished horror novels and is currently working on two additional books.

“Darla’s Song” represents his first foray into the area of publishing an ebook, and at that, a non-fiction story.

As he explains, “it was something I had to do. I was always a ‘cat’ person until Darla entered my life – actually, she was kind of forced on me as an older dog. I went from not wanting her to falling completely in love with her. She possessed a gentle persona and sweetness I’d never before encountered in any living creature.”

“I miss her dearly to this day; she changed my life. I just had to tell her story. And quite frankly, the book pretty much wrote itself.”

Reviews

Review by: CJ Puccia on Jan. 10, 2014 : star star star star star
A must-read for dog lovers! I laughed and cried - which to me is the criteria for a great book. My three 'kids' are 9, 10 & 11 and all 'rescues' so this book really touched my heart.
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Review by: Linda Winey on May 05, 2013 : star star star star star
This is an emotionally charged book about a man and his dog. I actually cried at the end. This author definitely has a gift with words. I highly recommend it.
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