S.G. Browne

The Maiden Poodle: A Fairy Tail

Maiden Poodle Cover_FINALOn June 27, I will be self-publishing a new book, a novella about dogs and cats titled The Maiden Poodle: A Fairy Tail.

For those of you who have read any of my previous books, it would be understandable if you expected this story to be a supernatural dark comedy about an unmarried poodle during the time of King Arthur, with some social satire throw in for good measure.

The Maiden Poodle is not one of those books.

While there is a fair amount of humor involved, it’s on the lighter and more playful side. And although I’ve incorporated a hint of fantasy and the supernatural, you won’t find any immortal personifications of fate or any designer drugs that allow you to become Elvis Presley. You also won’t find any super heroes, luck poachers, or zombies.

Here there be poodles.

And not just poodles. There also be Scotties, Saint Bernards, border collies, golden retrievers, beagles, greyhounds, German shepherds, and numerous other dog breeds—all of them of the anthropomorphic variety and living together in the ancient kingdom of Felinia.

Oh yes. And cats. Did I mention there were cats?

(You can read more about The Maiden Poodle HERE. And for those of you who are wondering, the book is appropriate for animal-loving children and adults of all ages.)

As I mentioned, The Maiden Poodle officially goes on sale on June 27, but it is currently available for pre-order on Amazon for Kindle and will also be available in trade paperback once the on-sale date approaches.

Any questions, just let me know. And as always, thank you for reading.

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