David Rosenfelt News & Information

David Rosenfelt News & Information

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22 hours ago

David Rosenfelt

Each morning this is what I wake up to see laying directly next to my head...our Pit mix Onyx and his Mastiff best friend Murphy. ...

Each morning this is what I wake up to see laying directly next to my head...our Pit mix Onyx and his Mastiff best friend Murphy.

 

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What I see when I open my eyes.

How sweet is that🐕🐶🐾🐾

Good start to the day.

I'm surprised there is room enough for all of you! They are beautiful!

The best!

Lucky you.♥️

You are a lucky man David

Have you considered pushing 2 king sized beds together lol! I love the smell of sleepy dog feet in the morning! Fritos!

What a great view!

Well, at least it's the front end. 😉

Awesome!

At least it's their faces. I frequently wake up with the other end pointed in my face!!

We wake up to this every morning....love it....

How beautiful.

As it should be ... I have 4 Brittanys next to me! All rescued, two are registered Medical Alert dogs for me!

wish I could say that. My older girl can't get up on the bed anymore and is too heavy to lift and won't use steps. The other one will snuggle with me until we fall asleep, but if I move she grumps at me and gets down. She's crabby if her sleep is disturbed, lol

Total sweetness.

I'm so glad that I follow your posts! With all the horror that is going on in the world it is a great place to decompose! Sometimes I just go to your site and scroll through your posts to regain my happy place! (and/or snuggle with my 6 mini schnauzers!

Lucky you

❤️🧡💛💚💙💜

You are so lucky. 😊

Same here 😆 I love mastiffs

Not a Golden?!

Sweet.

You are a lucky, and loved, man.😍

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5 days ago

David Rosenfelt

This week marks the anniversary of our trek from California to Maine on three RVs, with 25 dogs and 11 humans. If you've read "Dogtripping", you know that I considered the trip to be exquisitely awful, even though the other 10 humans view it as one of the great adventures of their lives. The amazing thing to me is that seven years have passed since then, proving that time flies, even though RVs don't. ...

This week marks the anniversary of our trek from California to Maine on three RVs, with 25 dogs and 11  humans. If youve read Dogtripping, you know that I considered the trip to be exquisitely awful, even though the other 10 humans view it as one of the great adventures of their lives. The amazing thing to me is that seven years have passed since then, proving that time flies, even though RVs dont.

 

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I love that book what an adventure

Journey of a lifetime

Great book!!! Loved it!!!

You guys are the best! Loved the book, and your love of rescuing dogs❤

Best road trip book EVER! ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜

It was great! Its all about the dogs. A picture of some of us at the hotel during Florence.

Excellent book and fantastic people! Lucky dogs 💕💕💕

Loved it! It was my introduction to your wonderful efforts in saving dog lives!

great book

It was an awesome book!

Dog tripping is one of my all-time favorite books! I have been trying, ever since I listen to it, to persuade my brother to take me on a road trip in his massive RV to visit you and your dogs. It is probably a good thing he hasn’t, since it is extremely rude to just drop in on people with no warning or invitation!

I have read this book and highly recommend it !

I work in a library and I recommend that book every day!

Loved that book and your trip across the country. You were wise to choose Maine. No major fires there. Still waiting for the movie!

Loved this book!!

Wonderful book - people - and dogs! Such an inspirational story. God bless the Rosenfelt’s!

I LOVED this book!!! Felt like I was right along on the trip with you!

Read!❤️

Great book..

Received this book as a Christmas gift; so funny, and heartwarming to those of us who are fellow dog lovers (I would haves loved to be on that journey with you!). I enjoyed the book so much that it lead me to read some of your other books, and now you are one of my favorite authors. 😊

Loved this book. Read it twice

Rosalie Daniels.coming atcha!

Even though you found it “exquisitely awful,” it sure did make a great read!

Awesome, made me cry, reminded of my fur babies I have lost through the years.

I laughed like I had never laughed before!

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1 week ago

David Rosenfelt

I'm annoyed that the Associated Press called me the 'funniest American writer alive today". Are they saying there are funnier dead American writers? Like Mark Twain...that hack? Or do they mean there are funnier foreign writers? Some of those clowns don't even speak English! I'm being disrespected here... ...

 

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No disrespect from me. You are the funniest and best of all.

Hmmmmm......perhaps you should ask for clarification.

Your wife must be laughing ALL THE TIME. You crack me up.😁

Like your humor thought process. Basically ... in today’s culture ... if you can take offense ... do so!

You are funny. I love reading your books. They always make me laugh

Just read “Rescued”, the first of your Andy Carpenter series that i’ve read. Fantastic!!! 😊

The audacity! Does that mean that there are funnier European writers who are now deceased? All I know is that your books make me laugh out loud. I've been known let loose an occasional snort. That's about as good as it gets as far as I'm concerned. Keep 'em coming!

love your books---keep them coming!

Reading Rescued now. Love it. Love dogs. Love that you and Andy really are smart asses. My kind of people.

Fake News...we know the truth

Some of those dead guys are pretty funny...just sayin',,,

Well, please know we love and adore you!

YOU ARE THE BEST! Love you & your books. Other than when I'm with my grandchildren, I'm in my happy place when reading your books.

🤣🤣you are the funniest.

Do not worry about what uninformed people think. You will always be my favorite writer, and the fact that you can be funny is a huge bonus!

Never. No one would dare tease you.

Even your FB posts are funnier than Twain’s! 😃

I love your books! I not only read them but I buy them! Also thank you for rescuing all the dogs and saving them! What does Mark Twain anyway!😂😂

David has always been funny and sarcastic & we love him for it.🤪😍😘😅

LOL

Hm. I dunno. There have been some really funny dead guys you know. I mean have you seen headstones for some of them. Now, while you are still above ground I think you should just send them a box of chocolates (and do not lace them with Emetics either) and a sweet Thank You note. YOU ARE FUNNY

don't be too sensitive, David. we all <3 you.

Too funny

Who says dead people arent funny?

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2 weeks ago

David Rosenfelt

Deck the Hounds, the next Andy Carpenter mystery, coming 10/16. ...

Deck the Hounds, the next Andy Carpenter mystery, coming 10/16.

 

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Yay!!

Can't wait. I have an addiction to the Andy Carpenter series.

I can't wait either. I'm always so sad when I finish an audiobook.

Can't wait!

So excited!

Will it be available on Audible?

Can't wait!

❤️ Andy Carpenter series. So excited!

Can't wait

I need to slow down my Reading abilities or you need to speed up your writing activity. 😃

Looking forward to the new Andy Carpenter book, my Christmas present to myself!

<3 Can hardly wait! Your books are unique, and always a joy to read.

Love it❤️

Yay!!

Yay! I just now pre-ordered!! I can’t wait 👏🏻

Yay!!!!!!!!!!

I'm so excited!!!

Thank God

Will you be doing any book signings? We will actually be visiting Maine that week!!

That is true about the funniest living author. I love his sense of humor and lol often.

Oh, cool, my birthday

Just read the one where Willie starts The Tara Foundation at the end. Geeze that's nice!!!!

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2 weeks ago

David Rosenfelt

This is Max, a 12 year old mix of some kind that we rescued a few months ago. He came to us with a bunch of health issues, but with the greatest personality any dog could ever have. Max died last night of a brain tumor; it was sudden, which is a good thing. So Debbie and I are left with simultaneous feelings of sadness and great pleasure that his last few months were happy ones. I know it's not for everyone, but I can honestly say that I do not know ANYONE who has rescued a senior and then regretted doing it. ...

This is Max, a 12 year old mix of some kind that we rescued a few months ago. He came to us with a bunch of health issues, but with the greatest personality any dog could ever have. Max died last night of a brain tumor; it was sudden, which is a good thing. So Debbie and I are left with simultaneous feelings of sadness and great pleasure that his last few months were happy ones. I know its not for everyone, but I can honestly say that I do not know ANYONE who has rescued a senior and then regretted doing it.

 

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That beautiful senior knew love, safety and security in the last few months. I can't think of anything better to give him. Thank you for loving this baby.

So sorry to hear the news. Thank you for giving him a wonderful amd loving ending to his story.

Old dogs are the best dogs. I miss my old girls!

Not only are there no regrets, but every day is a joy. This is our ~14 y/o Daisy, who is now a certified therapy dog.

<3

adopted this guy in June, he is 12 years old, and full of life

Seniors are the best! Thanks for all you & Debbie do!

So sorry for your loss but so thankful this ole boy was loved fully in his last days. 💙🐾💔

Thank you for opening your home and heart to this adorable creature ❤️

Douglas Barry Pendleton

Thank you.

Thank you for everything you do for those doggies, warms my heart!

God Bless you both.💕🐾

Thank you and Debbie so much for opening your home and your hearts......

Amazed by what you and Debbie do.

Seniors really appreciate all we do for them. We also lost on of our senior rescues on Friday. He had a stroke, and just got worse during the day. It was a hard decision, but the best for old Muzzy. My heart goes out to you guys too.

You're good, good people.

Just lost my old Sally Girl to a mass beside her heart. I still hear her toenails clicking on my floor.

Bless you both.

Thank you for caring and letting the end of his life be happy and he knew love. That is the heartbreaking part of rescue, so sorry for your loss.

Love my senior foster dogs!

Couldn't agree more. Sara was with us a week. A precious, loving, special week.

so sorry for your loss. thank you for saving him & loving him!

God bless you all!

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3 weeks ago

David Rosenfelt

I know many of you think that your children or grandchildren are the most special and adorable kids in the world, so I would just like to take this opportunity to prove you wrong... ...

I know many of you think that your children or grandchildren are the most special and adorable kids in the world, so I would just like to take this opportunity to prove you wrong...

 

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Nice picture!

Gotta wonder who is the grandparent in question here.

Does Ricky have any of their "special and adorable" attributes?:)

Pretty adorable!

First day of school and they have smiles on their faces! Great picture!

Adorable

Adorable

I do like your grandaughter's shirt.

Adorable

What cuties!!!

Great picture! 😍

Precious and adorable!

Good looking kids, but most importantly - are they dog lovers?

Enjoy, they grow up fast!

You are absolutely correct!

Awsome picture

Cutie patooties!

Uh you may be wrong 💛

Yours are very nice, but my 2 grandsons are extraordinary.

Everybody’s grandchildren are the most special and everybody is right!

Awe gorgeous

My daughter sending off my two grandsons .. aren’t they adorable?! 😐

sorry your sooo wrong

Good looking kids

You're right. Since I don't have kids i'm going to take your word for it. 🙂

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3 weeks ago

David Rosenfelt

We just had duck hunters on our lake. The shots were bothering the dogs, to say nothing of the ducks, so Debbie told me to go outside and yell at them to stop. I said that I make it a habit not to yell at people with guns, so she did the yelling, and they stopped! Then she called me a wimp. Me, a wimp! Can you imagine? I explained to her that I cannot put myself at risk...that I must carry the torch for great American literature. She was not impressed. ...

 

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Good try, buddy!

She clearly does not deserve you!

I'll stand behind Debbie ... not with her ..behind her!

Right out of Andy Carpenter....

Well I agree with Debbie - I mean I agree with you - I mean - you gotta write and leave it to us women to chase off the nasty people with guns! I hate hunting season and welcome lots of turkeys and deer to my property to be safe in the fall.

I wouldn’t yell at people with guns either.

Wimp.

Just finished Rescued. It was awesome! When’s the next one?

😂😂😂

I don't like anyone who wants to kill an animal for sport, but I also think it's wise not to yell at someone who's holding a gun.

I got your 6 buddy!

I don't like anyone who wants to kill an animal for sport, but I also think it's wise not to yell at someone holding a gun.

How far up did her eyes roll?

Good for you!

Wow! Guns on the lake ... AND during a holiday weekend! What's wrong with that picture! I hope the ducks crapped all over their pick up trucks 😁

Debbie is Queen.

I read that in Andy Carpenter’s voice.

Risky business yelling at hunters. They might take aim.

What is Debbie thinking!!!! Who would carry on!!!!

Yay Debbie! Hunters would be okay if they only shot at each other. I don’t eat duck or veal or any meat actually for almost 11 years. Im currently reading a really good book. “Rescued”

Hmmm... why does this remind me of Andy and Laurie? Where was Marcus?

Who needs Marcus?

I think your wife & I are sisters. 😀

I see where you get your character ideas from! LOL

Umm is it duck season already, or is it illegal hunting! You are correct your books must go on! 🙂

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2 months ago

David Rosenfelt

Thunderstorms have begun in our area and are predicted on and off (mostly on) for the next 24 hours. I cannot overstate how crazed this makes many of our dogs. If you don't hear from me again, the best way to honor my memory would be to buy multiple copies of every one of my books. ...

 

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Just finished "Rescued," and I LOVED it! Keep 'em coming!

Good luck! I hope you have Thundershirts for all!

what 100+ thunder shirts....guess you do have to sell a lot of books to pay for those! 🙂

Speaking of books…The Library sends them to me in random order. So I just recently read air tight; at least I’m pretty sure that was the name of it. The lead character was Luke. And that book really sounded to me like a set up for a series! Any chance of that? Of course, you would have to give him a dog right away; but he was a pretty good guy and I would love reading more about him.

I hear you. My one rescue hates the rain and storms.

I read your books to my golden retreiver during thunderstorms while he’s trembling in the bathtub. It’s a win-win situation.

My three pugs are rescues, elderly and now deaf. It helps during fireworks displays and other loud noises. LOL

When the storms here pass and Darby and I reemerge from under the bed I will do just that....

We feel your pain!

Poor puppies!!

And if we don't buy the books, are you threatening we will hear from you again?😊 Listened to Rescued. Great story, great author, great narrator!

We have been having these storms in North Carolina for 2 weeks, one dog can now get her own tranquilers. Crazy storms

Where are you? Skies are getting scarey looking here on the Mid Coast and we had a bit of a drizzle just now. There’s no where else for this saturated,heavy air to go 😫

Composure Pro works for my gang.

Mine too but I only have one.

Can’t i give a Viking funeral with the copy I have?

During a thunderstorm my Boston Terrier would sit between my feet no matter where I was sitting ! Finished "Rescued" several days ago , I want more !

You talked me into it! I had 4 labs for 7 years and 3 were petrified of storms, so I can relate! I only have my youngest one left and she could care less about anything! LOL

I feel for you! Thunder makes my ears hurt as well as fireworks. And I'm always thinking about all those dogs who have to endure those sounds.

They made all fireworks legal in Pennsylvania. Obviously don't give a rat's ass about our pets. Hope all your babies weather the storms OK❤

Have just ordered all of your books! So glad Andy has your wiseass NJ/NY sense of humor. That's how we did business at DHB. Never had a dog effected by thunderstorms or fireworks. We are so very fortunate!

We have had rain and storms most of this summer. Our dogs go crazy everytime. I can't imagine what y'all go through!!

I am so lucky. I have 5 goldens and the only thing they react to is the doorbell!

I have 1 chewing on a bone and the other is it playing in the rain! Dam kids!!

Good luck

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2 months ago

David Rosenfelt

One of the best things about this Facebook page is getting to hear all of the amazing stories from people about their rescue pets. With Rescued officially out and in the wild, it felt like the perfect time to launch the #ShareYourRescue campaign. The rules are simple: share a photo and tell us the story of your rescue pet.

Make sure to include the hashtag #ShareYourRescue so we can track the posts. And then in a few months, I'll announce my favorite and I'll write that pet into an upcoming Andy Carpenter novel!
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One of the best things about this Facebook page is getting to hear all of the amazing stories from people about their rescue pets. With Rescued officially out and in the wild, it felt like the perfect time to launch the #ShareYourRescue campaign. The rules are simple: share a photo and tell us the story of your rescue pet.

Make sure to include the hashtag #ShareYourRescue so we can track the posts. And then in a few months, Ill announce my favorite and Ill write that pet into an upcoming Andy Carpenter novel!Image attachment

 

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#ShareYourRescue. I was driving home from work and saw something pop out from some weeds. I thought it was a kitten so I turned around and went back. She fit in the palm of my hand. My husband said we had enough cats right then so don't name her. Her name is Karmel and she is the undisputed Queen of our castle.

I call this, A “Tail” of Two Rescues. First, Chrissy Cat. Christmas Angel (known as Chrissy Cat) came to us after our other cats had passed. We were NOT getting another cat. But alas, two relentless 4th graders who begged to go to the shelter to “just look” and who found her and then in turn begged for her for Christmas were hard to resist. Chrissy came home with us and filled us with wonder. (ie. I wonder if she knows she is a cat?! She eats out of the dog’s bowls, drinks the dog’s water. I swear to you that I may have heard her bark!) Then there’s Loki. Years later, Loki joined the zoo here. Loki was a “calm” lovable Lab-ish 2 year old who was rescued from a horrible home. He simply gave me “the look” at Lincoln Animal Shelter, and I was hooked! (It took a bit more convincing for my husband). But one of the tenacious 4th graders ( as mentioned above) who is now an adult with her own menagerie, somehow convinced my husband that this “calm” 2 year old would fill the hole in my heart of losing my favorite black lab. So Loki came home with us. The “Lokster” was only calm in the shelter because he had every tick born illness known to the vet.... a few weeks later he was his normal crazy self. What did we get ourselves into? Needless to say, his name was justifiable. We went to obedience school, where the instructor made “Loki” a verb! (ie. “Don’t get all Loki on me” 🤣) Three years later, this adorable beast has become our best boy! Hard work and lots of love paid off! #ShareYourRescue

#ShareYourRescue. My Dachshund Mish had passed and I was bereft. Found a pic on rescue site of Marcella (on left) and went to get her. Her friend Mr. Stanley (dapple, right) was there too. One look at him and I was head over heels. I could not separate them. We have all been together now for 13 years, he is 15 she is 14. My sweet babies.

I’ll start... our rescue was unconventional!! Twister was owned by a neighbor, but was tied up and never left in the house. He repeatedly escaped, twisting out of the ropes ( hence the name) and would call to us. He soon discovered the luxuries of beds, belly rubs and the love of a family pack. But he was never officially ours until he was hit by a car and the vet bill of 1,400 euros remained unpaid. We of course thought he was more than worth this, paid in full and now Twister has officially adopted us. His days of being tied to a short rope and cold lonely nights are a distant memory. We are blessed to have him in our family. #ShareYourRescue

Great idea, David.

My foster failure, Brandon. The best dog who ever lived! #ShareYourRescue Our story: It was a dark and stormy day in Tom's River, NJ. I was a volunteer for a Golden Retriever rescue and picked Brandon up to foster him for the rescue. The second I saw him, I knew I could never let him go. There was just something about him. He had never lived inside, had no idea how to navigate stairs, never walked on a leash, toys were completely foreign to him and the list goes on. We managed to figure it out, though, and he eventually learned how to be a dog (and how to destroy expensive toys, which I kept buying him anyway). I was lucky to have him for the next 8 years and I think of him every day. The End

What a wonderful idea, so thoughtful but no surprise to me that you would offer to do this.

#ShareYourRescue My Hearing Service Dog, Aubie, was rescued from a Border Collie rescue group at 9 months old by Paws With A Cause ® Aubie woke me up this morning with the gentlest of paws when the alarm clock rang. She just alerted me when a colleague came to my office to talk to me. She has her own fan club. When out and about people are constantly recognizing her - and me as an afterthought! I love her with all my heart.

Elvis living his best nefarious life

#ShareYourRescue our beloved Bryce was abandoned along with his entire litter at just 8 weeks old...the adoption center was at capacity so we agreed to foster two pups...my husband went to the shelter and called me about one pup who hung back in the corner with big brown eyes and a red coat, too scared to come forward for attention like his littermates...needless to say, he came home first as a foster and then as a family member because we knew he was special and needed us....nine years ago......

#ShareYourRescue Meet Guinness my most recent adoption! I foster for a local rescue in Raleigh, NC and when I saw his shelter intake photo I fell in love with his face and knew I wanted to rescue him with intention of behavioral rehab and future rehoming. I never knew he was meant to be mine. The day our rescue got him out of the shelter I realized he was going to be a challenge to rehab into an adoptable dog behaviorally. He would panic when I was near and became a statue with touched. He kept our entire backyard between us for days, the only time I could catch him was by using a lunge line for a horse. A week in we also discovered he has a severe heart defect called aortic stenosis. In dogs, there is no surgical repair and provides a bleak outlook for him. He also had mitral and tricuspid valve dysplasia and is bilaterally cyrptorchid so neutering him in impossible since he is so likely to die under anesthesia. At 1.5 years old the heart specialist only gives him another year to a year and a half life expectancy. With the behavoiral rehab needed and then the severe health issues added in we all realized Guinness was not adoptable to the general public. I had already fallen in love with him and finally decided that he came to me for a reason, that I could love him for whatever time he has left. He has come a long ways. He now let's my kids and I pet him briefly (he is still scared of my husband). He runs and plays with the other dogs and enjoys every moment. He will climb up me for any sort of treat. But the smile on his face makes the heartbreak that looms so worth it.

Will do —LOVE Andy Carpenter novels!

#shareyourrescue This is George, the best dog ever! We moved to a new house and next door lived a golden named Buddy. Buddy won our hearts right away but my daughter who was only 6 at the time was scared of him and all dogs. After months of Buddy coming over to play, she finally loved him. Then he got sick and they had to put him down. We had never had a dog, but realized after that we needed one and only a rescue would do. So I went on petfinder and filled out a couple applications. Then I found George. He was being fostered in TX and we live in Ma. I didn't care. I knew he was meant to be a part of our family the minute is saw his picture. I was one of 5 applicants for him. I am sure I drove his foster mother crazy calling all the time. After she picked us to adopt him, we had to wait 3 weeks for the transport truck to get here. Sadly for the driver, I had his cell number and called all the time checking on my baby. Finally gotcha day arrived and when the door to the truck opened, there was George right in front! It was like someone took over my body. I screamed with joy and ran in front of everyone else. Then cried because I was so happy to finally have my baby home. He was about 2 when he adopted us and he is now 11. I may or may not have more pictures of George than of my children 😀

#ShareYourRescue. Our most recent addition/rescue is Angel. She has been a part of our family for 7 years now. She’s 9, but she acts like a puppy still. My son and I found her on our first day volunteering at an area shelter called Save A Pet in Grayslake, IL and fell in love immediately. She has the same personality as my son, in dog form. She is the most loving dog we’ve ever had. She’s pretty needy, after having lived as an outside did her first 2 years in Wisconsin. She’s terrified of thunderstorms, but we have a whole system set up to help her through. ❤️❤️❤️

I just did!! 🤞🏼🤞🏼🤞🏼🤞🏼

Today is 7 years that our puppy joined us. He was a rescue return to Lucky Labs but found his furever home with us.#shareyourrescue

Jeffrey Levensaler..you need to tell Cyrus's story..

Pooh’s Mom passed away leaving her and her siblings in a shelter with Animal Control in SC. I already had a Wynnie so how can I not take a Pooh? Lol #ShareYourRescue #DavidRosenfelt #AndyCarpenter 🧡🤞🏼🧡🤞🏼

#ShareYourRescue This is Josie Marie. She was in a shelter in California for 7 months after her first mom had a stroke and could no longer care for her. She was then brought up to Oregon and was here for 3 months before I found her. No one wanted her because she was “unusual” looking. I can’t squish this face enough every day❤️❤️

My Bozlee came to me from San Diego Pug Rescue in 2007. He delighted us for 11 years and just passed away at the grand old age of 16 a month ago. He was always up for being dressed up! I have 3 other rescue pugs, but Bozlee was unique!

My beagle Wendy checking out her property! She was a rescue from Southeast Beagle Rescue!

#ShareYourRescue. I had a Yorkie. Three years ago my daughter and granddaughter were going to move out and get their own place,and since my granddaughter and Yorkie were best buds, I reluctantly let mygl granddaughter take her. So that left me looking for another fur baby. Three months later a friend of mine sent me a photo of a dog that needed a home. I went to see it. Instead of me choosing him, he chose me. He jumped right up in my lap as if he had always known me. That was three years ago and this sweet little Shih Tzu that I named Cody, is like a gift from God to me. He is wonderful and is very much my shadow, following everywhere I go. Wouldn't take a million for him.

#ShareYourRescue Barney was a purebred Chihuahua living in the squalor of a double-wide trailer with 90 to 100 other small dogs. In the sweltering heat of a Florida summer, Alaqua Animal Refuge in Walton County came to the rescue. It took a few months, but the case went to court, the dogs were relinquished, and I drove 800 miles to bring this little sweetheart home to the Midwest. Unfortunately, we had to drive back in a blizzard. The look on Barney's face when his tiny paws touched snow for the first time was priceless. But he doesn't hold a grudge, obviously, and he is my best buddy.

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2 months ago

David Rosenfelt

The tour is over and I'm heading home. I braved the heat and fought off the paparazzi in order to bring joy to the many millions who worship me. So I leave you with one parting thought...buy the damn book. ...

The tour is over and Im heading home. I braved the heat and fought off the paparazzi in order to bring joy to the many millions who worship me. So I leave you with one parting thought...buy the damn book.

 

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It's bought! Starting it tonight! Can't wait.

It was GREAT! Couldn't put it down!!!! Now, write damit!

I did and I'm reading it right now!

2 years ago you came to Ft smith Arkansas ... Bart says hello 🐾🐾

On my way now

Bought it. Read it. Impatiently waiting for next book.

I bought 2.... you're welcome!! Tell Debbie she can adopt another pup! 🐕

EXCELLENT!

well I didn't buy your book because I work in a library...but I will recommend it to every person I see!

Brought and as always loved it

Done ✅

DONE. Start writing the next one, please!

Love the damn book. One of your best❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Reading the book now, loving it as always 🙂

Yes sir!

Got it

I did, I did!!

Just read your first book. I am hooked! Question: is Marjorie Klayman related to Lou Klayman?waiting for 2nd book.....

You brought great joy to this super fan! Hurry up with the next book… And please include my city on the next tour!! ❤️😊

I'm almost finished, please write faster!

You need to come to Southern California

I’m almost finished great as usual!

Sorry I had to miss you in Houston--3 hours away but I would've been there except I had a prior commitment. Buying the book for next time!

Somehow I pre-ordered 2 from Amazon. No problem my dad and I got to listen to it at the same time...sweet. And this should mean we get to do two fabulous reviews, right? I'm loaning one to senior housing where it will get to bring joy.

Bought it, read it, loved it. Now publish another one next week!

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2 months ago

David Rosenfelt

I'm in Scottsdale for a 'Rescued' signing at the terrific Poisoned Pen Bookstore tonight. It's 115 degrees today (tomorrow will be 117). To quote Neil Simon's character in 'Biloxi Blues'..."Man it's hot. It's like Africa hot. Tarzan couldn't take this kind of hot." ...

Im in Scottsdale for a Rescued signing at the terrific Poisoned Pen Bookstore tonight. Its 115 degrees today (tomorrow will be 117). To quote Neil Simons character in Biloxi Blues...Man its hot. Its like Africa hot. Tarzan couldnt take this kind of hot.

 

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I hear you! I am in Gilbert,Az. I moved here 2yrs.ago from Pa.and when I arrived in July it was 115 degrees. Have fun reading my copy of Rescued now.😁😻

Come to Albuquerque. It should be a balmy 97 today.

Great bookstore!

How hot is it?

Should schedule in Minnesota in the summer it is perfect here!

Ahh! Remember this when you're up to your you-know-what in snow in Maine!

Tarzan is overrated. You're a better man.

I already finished the book and as usual...loved it!! When’s the next one!!

On your way to Salt Lake City??

Bought it!

I had ordered (online) a signed copy of an earlier book from Poisoned Pen- great service. Your winter release book - Now that's a better time to go to the warmer climate state. Then I'll be jealous.

It ain't Paterson NewJersey just stay inside and keep writting.

Will you be in So Cal anytime soon?

Too bad you weren't in Charlotte....spent a lot of time at the airport here😏

It is hot... in TX too 110... I've already melted

See you tonight!

Stay inside! Hope you have a superb signing.

Poor furry dogs

Just finished rescued and it was a great read. Kept me guessing to the end. I love all the Andy Carpenter series and especially love what David and his wife do for dogs in need.

Sorry about that, wish we could have arranged cooler weather for you!

Thank you for making me feel better about our 105 degrees. It could be worse!

Starting it tonight cant wait

Welcome to the Valley of [Hotter Than] the Sun! My husband and I will be there tonight, if we don't spontaneously combust on the way there. 😉😜

So wanted to come but I have a sick pup, will you be coming in December for your Christmas book ? Will look for bookstore video of tonight, safe travels and for heavens sake,head somewhere cooler, Alaska perhaps!!

But it's a dry heat......

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2 months ago

David Rosenfelt

I’m heading to Houston for a 1PM Sunday event at the French Alliance on Lovett Boulevard. It’s been put together by the great Joanie Patrick and will be catered by the equally great Christopher Mannery, of Bayou City Seafood and Pasta. Because it will be such a terrific event, my current plan is to be extraordinarily charming. ...

 

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as always

Not a problem for you! I know it was a sad day for you when you visited the SAGRR event in Tucson a couple years ago as one of your dogs was not doing well, but you were charming and fun!

I have no doubt you will be extraordinarily charming with no effort whatsoever.

Bring your charming self to Denver. We would love to meet you.

And Kansas City.

I'm sure you are 24/7

Safe trip! Know your adoring fans anxiously awaiting your arrival!

Just getting to the finish of Rescued

You had better bring your attic fan with you or better yet, your air conditioner. It's going to be a scorcher!

Just your usual self then...

Don’t hurt yourself

You always were charming! And that east coast sense of humor is a true winner!!!!

Good idea! LOL

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2 months ago

David Rosenfelt

Just had a terrific event for 'Rescued' at McIntyre's, a great bookstore in Pittsboro, NC. They have many author events, but they told me I'm the greatest author ever to appear there. OK...they didn't say it in so many words, but I could tell what they were thinking. ...

Just had a terrific event for Rescued at McIntyres, a great bookstore in Pittsboro, NC. They have many author events, but they told me Im the greatest author ever to appear there. OK...they didnt say it in so many words, but I could tell what they were thinking.

 

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I agree! 😉

Tremendous!

I am sure your assumption is correct!!! Reading ‘Rescued’ right now and loving every minute of it!

Wish I’d known you were going to be there. ....🙁

I am sure you are absolutely correct!

I’d say so! not one sleeping person in the audience.....great time, thanks for coming to NC

Love y David that sense of Humor is the Best see you Monday

I think so too. I'm half way through the book and loving it.

Ahhhh. Didn't know you were here.......sorry i missed you😢

Just completed the book! Again, you hit it out of the park (Yankee Stadium). Now, awaiting the next books! Look the name Wiggles!

Come to NJ next time n WE'LL tell you that!!

Just bought the book! Can't wait to start it!

Love the cover of this book!

Just finished the book! loved it!

I know that is what they were thinking!

Reading it now. Love it. You and John Sandford are my favorite authors. You guys should do a book together with Andy Carpenter and Virgil Flowers. Birds of a feather.

Dang. I’m only an hour away and didn’t know about the event.

I loved this book! Already eagerly awaiting the next book

Oh I bet they did say you are the GREATEST!

Just finished it. Fantastic

I desperately wanted to be able to be there today. Sadly, you were right. It was too far. Hopefully you won’t stay away from in C forever after today!

this book was another enjoyable read---now start writing the next one. I would love to see you in person----maybe some day.

1/3rd of the way thru, I'm a slow reader, but wish I was even slower, it's going too fast ... loving it!

Just finished Play Dead and I can’t wait to start this new one You are such a marvelous writer and hysterically funny as well

Yes, the workers at bookstore in Pittsboro, NC were definitely thinking you are the greatest author to ever appear there. At least that is what I think.

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