I always thought that writing would be a lonely, solitary activity, but man was I ever mistaken. Writing the Downward Dog Mystery Series has introduced me to a world of new friends that I would never have otherwise known. I don’t have space to share all of their photographs in this article, but trust me: My street team is filled with gorgeous, fun, kind people.
Let me introduce you to a few of them.
|Who says cat's don't appreciate dog-related mysteries?|
Betty Davenport and Kato
|Fellow author Sheri Levy, with Mulligan and Slater|
|Fellow mystery author Amber Polo chatting up a gorgeous greyhound|
|James Haviland chilaxin with his dog Misty|
|Kim Tutt painting the town red with her beautiful smile|
|Missi Svoboda borrowed a neighbor's dog, Bridget, to re-enact the cover. |
Note that the dog brought his own tennis ball to the occasion.
|Nancy Perkins. The brightest spot in the parade.|
|Shelley Giusti, book blogger extraordinaire!|
|Tracy MacDonald and German Shepherd Fiona.|
This is only a small subset of the wonderful people I've met through writing this series. I wish I could showcase them all. To each of you on my street team, and everyone else that has supported my work in some way, thank you. I appreciate you more than you can ever know.
Namaste (The light in me honors the light in you.)
My writing is an expression of the things I love best: yoga, dogs, and murder mysteries. I'm a certified yoga teacher and the founder of Whole Life Yoga, an award-winning yoga studio in Seattle, WA. I enjoy sharing my passion for yoga and animals in any form possible. My husband and I live with our challenging yet amazing German shepherd Tasha and our bonito flake-loving cat Maggie. When I’m not writing, I spend my time teaching yoga, walking Tasha, and sipping Blackthorn cider at my favorite local ale house.
For more information, visit me online at http://tracyweberauthor.com/ and http://wholelifeyoga.com/