The Man, The Dog, His Owner & Her Lover, a Witting Woman Novella

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Former lover, crazy dreams, smoke, fire and a hot handyman all collide in this must-read novella. More
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About Candace Carrabus

I have written stories and ridden horses--frequently simultaneously--for as long as I can remember. I grew up on Long Island and spent my formative years in the saddle--just imagining.

Not surprisingly, my stories are usually infused with the mystery and spirituality horses have brought to my life.

My philosophy, in brief :: (No, not in briefs, but that's a nice image, thank you very much.)

We are all immigrants in spirit, with our minds, hearts, and souls being the final frontier.

Yep, that's it.

I've discovered this is what happens to all my main characters--whether by choice or accident or design--they go somewhere else.

They immigrate.

At first, this change is external--physical. Over time, their journeys lead to a place of discovery and growth that is within each individual alone. The final frontier to which we all can go.

Boldly go . . .

Go on.


Awards and such

Raver -- Book One of the Horsecaller
First place, Sci-Fi/Fantasy novel, Oklahoma Writers Federation, 2003
First place, Paranormal, Toronto Romance Writers, 2005

Winterlight (now known as On the Buckle)
Third place, Single Title Contemporary, Toronto Romance Writers, 2005

A Farmer at Last
Second place, Essay, Oklahoma Writers’ Federation, 2003

Third place, Poetry Unrhymed Short, Oklahoma Writers’ Federation, 2003

Unending Memory
Second place, Saturday Writers Poetry Contest

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About the Series: Witting Woman Novellas
Humorous, inspirational, mystical stories of self-empowerment about women of a certain age coming into their own and becoming witting participants in their lives, with the help of a charming pet.

In the The Man, The Dog, His Owner & Her Lover, Stephanie O’Hanlon is a forty-something workaholic who suddenly finds herself out of a job at the same time she becomes the owner of a huge, smiling dog. A dog her friend insists is Steph’s lover from a former life…

In The Good Horse, The Bad Man & The Ugly Woman, Maureen Smith Maureen is an "everywoman" starting with the rut she's in to the Witting Woman she becomes. Come along for the ride—courtesy of a horse named Lena—as Maureen learns to believe in the unbelievable...herself.

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Jutzie reviewed on Dec. 27, 2014

Stephanie O’Hanlon has focused so hard on her career for so long that she has missed everything along the way. Things like love and happiness. Losing her job and a trip to the pound with her friend changes life as she knows it. Taking home the huge dog she calls William the Conqueror has her noticing life in a very different way.

Gabe Fagen has been waiting a long time for Stephanie to slow down. After all these years will she finally see what is right in front of her eyes? Or is a dog going to come between them?

This is an enjoyable shorter story that was an easy read. There is more to this dog than meets the eye, much more. Could Stephanie really had known this dog as a man in some past life?
**This book is also included in the Must Love Pets bundle
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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