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June 09, 2009


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I just bought this book today (couldn't resist) so don't enter me in the drawing, although I'll tweet about it to spread the word!


He's fairly local to me, and I had the pleasure of hearing him speak. I'd already read the book, but my DH hadn't and I think we both enjoyed his talk equally.

Jenne Turner

I twittered it - my first twitter post too. My twitter 'name' is jetsixteen - I hope the twit worked (is that what you call them - twits? I heard tweet but then it would be tweeter instead of twitter, right???).

Melissa C

Just RT'd it on twitter. Please enter me in this drawing! Thanks!

Lisa A.

I posted a tweet! Can't wait to read it -- one way or another. :)


I tweeted!


The tile add is in my left sidebar:


I've already read it, so dont' enter me. I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed the book. It took me a while to adjust to having a book told from a dog's perspective and to reach the point where I enjoyed the parts about racing. Before long, I had almost forgotten that Enzo was a dog and nodding my head through the parts about racing!


I would love to read this book.
Please enter me and I also put a tile on my blog:

Thank you very much for the contest.


I put a tile on my facebook page!

I hope I did it right, I am totally new to Facebook (about 2 weeks now) and have my 12 yo daughter helping me! But there is a cute little pic of Enzo on my wall from Garth Stein's neat new website.

I hope I can be entered!

Thanks, your friend, Kiki


My book club is doing a summer reading challenge all about dogs and The Art of Racing in the Rain is at the top of the list! Can't wait to read it.


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