Look Out Marley. Here comes Bernie the Jack-a-bee, and she’s equipped with enough quirks to make even the most humorless person crack a smile!
Just what is a Jack-a-bee? You’ll discover the answer to that and enjoy
Bernie’s story—as told through numerous comical anecdotes plus over
forty color photographs. You’ll laugh at the antics of Bernie and her friends, Starsky, Jenny and Ebony and be touched by Bernie’s final fond farewell to one of them.
Scientists believe that laughing produces the “feel-good” endorphin hormones that can relieve stress, aid in sleep and relaxation and produce a natural “high”. So, what are you waiting for? Pick up your copy of Dog-matized and get high today!
Monica Ellen Smith has written poetry since 1991. She resides in West Liberty, Ohio and her work (photos and writing) has been published internationally—including Great Britain, Canada and an anthology from India— in print/online magazines. Monica has 2 books of poetry. “Days of Fine Gray Ash”: collection of poems regarding the nuances of love, especially the love of family. Purchase via her email firstname.lastname@example.org. "Kindred: A Family Portrait", focuses on our relationship with nature. It can be purchased at barnesandnoble.com, amazon.com, iuniverse.com, or find by searching online. Her (public) books published at Blurb (http://blurb.com): "Going Coastal" (a coffee-table book of coastal area photography) "Dog-matized: The Comical Truth of Life with a Jack-A-Bee" (a humorous collection of photographs and anecdotes about Monica's dog, Bernie. Think "Marley"! "Menagerie" (a treasury of writings, poetry and photography) "Menagerie Volume II" (selected writings and photography