Farley’s Friday: Boot Failure

Farley here,

Can someone send me a design for new boots?

Yesterday, we went snowshoeing. As usual, Kristina tucked my paws into little booties before we left the house.

But look what happened.

MAtt and Farley SnowshoeingSnowballs everywhere. My paws are protected, but my legs and head aren’t.

You might wonder why I have so much snow on my face when I walk on my feet.

Well, I love to rub my nose in the snow.

So really I need new boots and a nose protector.

Woof Woof.


Write From Experience


Do you have scenes in your novel that are beyond your experience?

If you do, why not try the things your characters are doing? Everywhere you look, someone writes about writing being lonely. Well, it doesn’t have to be. Writing can be your excuse to be adventurous.

In The Final Gate I have a scene where my main protagonist is in danger while snowshoeing in the mountains. Having spent many hours snowshoeing in steep, rugged terrain, I found it easier to describe than if I’d just read about it.

My husband gets to do all these things in the name of writing a good novel and is happy to pose for a photo.