Paul Nicholas Mason

A Pug Called Poppy

One day Poppy the Pug meets Smudge the Maine Coon cat at the park, and so begins an extraordinary friendship and a series of adventures ranging from a disastrous coffee-and-play group to a terrible house fire. These eight linked stories also introduce Poppy’s human companion Danielle, cheeky Jackson, Baby Gillian, the dog-hating Wenda, and the dreaded Psycho-Cat, proving that no matter what the situation, life is never dull when there’s a glossy black pug in the neighbourhood!

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  1. Damona Sain October 2, 2016

    I am excited about your upcoming book featuring a black pug! There are so few of them.

    I have a pair of black pugs (see the blog Pug Snort Report, both of whom are Therapy Dogs (“Literacy Therapy Pugs”). They go to libraries where children read to them. My pugs’ blog is celebrating its fifth year October 12.

    Please let me know when your book is released. I am interested in using it in my Literacy Therapy Pug visits. I am in the Eastern US.
    And maybe the pugs and I can do a post about you and the book!

    • Paul Nicholas Mason October 4, 2016 — Post author

      Dear Damona,

      Thank you for taking the time and trouble to write — and I’m going to check out your blog as soon as I’ve finished writing this. A Pug Called Poppy is scheduled to be published on September 1st of 2017, and I’m already thinking about a sequel.

      I think that Literacy Therapy Pugs are an absolutely wonderful idea! Good on you.

      Paul Nicholas Mason

  2. dairy December 16, 2017

    Tһis bⅼog was… how do Ι say it? Relevant!! Finally I have found something whicһ helped me.
    Appreciate it!

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