Tuesday, October 22, 2019

W BRUCE CAMERON PRIZE PACK GIVEAWAY

Forge Books sent me the new W. Bruce Cameron books and is partnering with me for a giveaway
My family loves the canine adventures in W. Bruce Cameron's novels. The inspirational stories in the pages of these New York Times bestselling A Dog's Purpose books as well as through their portrayal in movies have charmed our hearts. Plus my 10 year old twins have also been delighted by the spin-off middle-grade lit Puppy Tales books that share moments from the various dog life incarnations of Bailey from the A Dog's Purpose novels. So we are all excited at our house about the release of two new W. Bruce Cameron books, A Dog's Promise and Lily's Story: A Puppy Tale.

To share our excitement, this dad blogger is hosting a giveaway that is sure to have someone barking out with happiness who wins it. One lucky winner will receive a W. Bruce Cameron Prize Pack courtesy of Forge Books that includes A Dog's Promise, Lily's Story and a diy pet treat kit with silicone paw molds and baking mix to make your own snacks for that special dog in your life. This ageekdaddy.com giveaway is worth $75!



For a chance to win this W. Bruce Cameron Prize Pack just retweet the original giveaway tweet on Twitter and/or complete the rafflecopter entries below before 11:59pm on November 12, 2019.  Must be a United States resident over 18 years old to participate. Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway LILY'S STORY: A PUPPY'S TALE

Aimed at young readers in third through eighth grades this middle-grade book is about a pitbull named Lily, the smallest in her litter, who embarks on a unique journey towards confidence, adventure, and discovering life’s purpose.  Recommended for ages 8 -12. Lily's Story is the seventh book in the A Dog's Purpose Puppy Tales series.  My daughter has been enjoying reading it to our puppy.



A DOG'S PROMISE

A Dog’s Promise continues the story of Bailey, the good dog whose journey started in A Dog's Purpose and continued in A Dog's Journey. This time, Bailey is joined by Lacey, another very special dog, who helps Bailey fulfill his promise over the course of several lives. Another W. Bruce Cameron story that is great for the whole family to enjoy!



For more about these wonderful stories and the author behind them, visit wbrucecameron.com

GIVEAWAY DISCLAIMER: Forge Books is solely responsible for the fulfillment of this giveaway prize. The randomly selected winner must reply back to their notification of having been selected to receive the prize within 48 hours of being contacted or an alternate winner will be randomly selected. If you have won this same promotion on another blog or media outlet, Forge Books reserves the right to provide only one prize per household and may instruct ageekdaddy.com to select an alternate winner. Delivery of the prize is only available within the continental United States. The winner's contact information will be provided to Forge Books for the purpose of delivering the prize. All other information submitted by entrants will not be shared with third parties nor kept by the blog following the conclusion of the promotion. This promotion is void in any jurisdiction where such giveaways are illegal.

33 comments:

  1. I don't have a favorite dog, I have 6. All 6 sleep with me in a little twin bed so its a lot like tetris trying to figure out where everyone sleeps.

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  2. My beautiful and funny Chilidawg loved to watch the Texas Rangers play baseball on television. He would lay on the couch & just smile.

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  3. I have 3 favorite dogs in my life that are all rescues. They are a blessing to my family and we love them dearly.

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  4. My brother and I went for a hike up the hill and around when I was 10 and my brother was 7. We lived in a small town in Pennsylvania. This was back when it was safe to do this. We packed our lunch and stopped at the top of the big hill to eat. A puppy found us and we gave it some of our chicken noodle soup. Of course, the dog followed us home. My parents said we had to find the owner so they drove us back to a nearby farm. One of their dogs had had puppies and they said we could keep the puppy. I named her Tina and later took a 4H class to train her. She was a beagle/terrier mix and traveled with my family when we moved several times. She was a sweetheart and lived to be 16.

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  5. My favorite dog is my pup who is a mixed breed and a cutie named fleming

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  6. I lived in an abusive home as a child and would remember the times I was crying and my German Shepherd would come up and lay beside me to comfort me.

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  7. We got a Doberman puppy for my five-year-old son, he named her Heidi. She was the best dog and very protective of him! We had her for almost 15 years and it took a while before he decided he wanted another dog, so he decided this time he wanted a basset hound. I had a friend who had some puppies so we went to look at them. There were 11 puppies in the litter, but only two females and he wanted a girl dog. The two little girls stuck by each other side while all the boy dogs were just running all over them yard by themselves, the two girls stayed side by side so we decided we couldn't separate them and took both. The girls lived to be 13 years old and dies 2 months apart. Dixie and Daisy were two of the sweetest girls.

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  8. My favorite dog story is from several years ago when my 2 year old Weimaraner had the police called on him. He had jumped up on our front storm door and was watching me do yard work. The police showed up and immediately started laughing. Someone had called in that a naked man was standing in a doorway. In hindsight, I wish I would have gotten them to fill out a fake police report as a keepsake. LOL!

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  9. We've had two dogs in our life, both black labs and both lived to be about 12 years old. Our first Shadow was our 'baby' before we had babies...and welcomed our children into the family. Our Ozzy 'grew up' with our kids...was their true brother and kept me company every day while they went off to school. I loved them both with all my heart and still miss them every day.

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  10. My dog likes his alone time very randomly and will go in the bathroom and slam the door behind him so he cant rest and have some peace and quiet lol. He is mess!

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  11. I have an adorable grand dog that my family adopted last year. He is such a loving and fun dog.

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  12. We have a Pomeranian chihuahua mix. When we moved to florida he loved exploring our backyard. He ended up trying to eat an acorn though and got it stuck on his tooth. We had to take him to the vet and it took three of them to get it removed. He gave me the biggest smile afterward.

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  13. I had a fox terrier named Cinnamon as she looked like cinnamon sugar toast.

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  14. Rescuing my chihuahua piper from the pound.

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  15. I have a sweet little Yorkipoo named Gizmo who I affectionately call Mo Mo. This little boy is always there for me and vice versa. We've been through some really tough times together.

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  16. We had a rescued retriever that loved to swim. One time at the park he was able to slip his collar and jump into the pond where he proceeded to catch the swimming ducks and bring them to us. He was very gentle and didn't hurt them but boy were we embarrassed.

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  17. My favorite dog is my old buddy Luke

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  18. I have a lively Dalmation/Border Collie mix.. he is super amazing and my best friend! Toby loves to take things and throw them in the air so he can catch them. Smart dog to play fetch with himself!!!

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  19. I have a chihuahua mix and I had him since he was a puppy! He is so smart and playful. I love him so much!

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  20. when he first swam he was sooo scared

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  21. I have a dachshund mix that I rescued - she is the weirdest, cutest dog ever. She likes to do things like "talk" with all her noises and sit in the bathtub for fun

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  22. I have a great dane that charges the tv when any animal is on it. Protecting his home. LOL

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  23. My uncle's old dog, Sinbad, used to pull at my twin sister's hair.

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  24. Our dog Roscoe has had a hard life - he was hit by a car & dragged for some distance & they were gong to put him down - Lab Rescue of Fresno, CA stepped in and saved him. He was returned from two rescue homes & then we took him in - he is goofy and sweet and we have no idea why anyone would let him go!

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  25. i have to say it was king and princess king was my hearing aid dog he died this past feb and now princess is takeing charge whe my seeing eye dog and she only a chiawaii she going to be 9 or 10

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  26. We have a beautiful Dudley Labrador named Maya that we have had since she was a pup she was six months old when she alerted us that someone was trying to break in, and when my son got really sick she stayed in bed with him whining and nudging him. She has brought great joy into our home!!

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  27. Sherman the lab-pit bull mix was insanely smart and high energy. When he knew he was in trouble, he would cock his head and talk to us.

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  28. "Share a story about a favorite dog in your life." We had a golden retriever mix and she was very nice!

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  29. It's hard to pick just ONE dog for a story and hard to pare down one story to something short. Suffice it to say one of my rescues - Fritz came to be known by his mantra "What have you done for Fritz lately".

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  30. Nikki was a Siberian husky I had as a young girl. That one in a lifetime dog. Will never forget the love I had for her.

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  31. i have a male pitbull. black in color. hes my baby. love him so much.

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  32. All of my dogs have been my favorites - all rescues and all with very different personalities - some very chill, some playful, some goofy, some sweet. All bring something different to my life and I love them all to pieces!

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  33. My grandma has a nice miniature poodle that keeps her company and brings her a lot of joy.

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