Good day, my fellow book people. I hope you’re all having a wonderful summer and that you have plenty of time to spend reading and relaxing. I’ve often had the pleasure of welcoming authors, fellow book bloggers, and characters as guests on my blog. Today’s guest isn’t our usual two-legged fictional character, but a four-legged and furry character straight off the pages of Blind Sight by Tanya R. Taylor (no relation). I hope you’ll help me give a warm welcome to Vanilla, the lovely Shih Tzu companion to Lucille Pfiffer.
Hi. I’m Vanilla. I guess my last name is Pfiffer like that of my owner and best friend, Lucille. I’m a cute, little Shih Tzu who loves the toes of one of our tenants named Theodore. He wonders why I bite those toes of his so much, but I can honestly say it’s not because I don’t like him. It’s because I actually love him — as a friend, of course. If I were human, maybe I’d be interested in the guy, especially since he’s single and all, and not bad-looking.
Lucille, Theodore, Anthony and I live in a nice house in a subdivision called Harriet’s Cove. I like it there as it’s really cozy. However, there was one night in particular that it didn’t feel as cozy as it normally feels. That’s when pretty, but incredibly annoying Sabrina fell off our balcony and onto the ground in our back yard. Her fall caused me to be involved in the mystery surrounding her death, but I’m only a dog. What part in that could I have possibly played? Guess you’ll have to read the book Blind Sight to find out. For now, my lips are sealed. Won’t want to get in trouble with Lucille. She’s no snitcher and neither am I! 🐾
About Tanya R. Taylor
Tanya R. Taylor has wowed readers with her riveting plots and compelling themes.
She is the author of several #1 bestsellers on Amazon and published her first book titled A Killing Rage as a young adult.
She has worked in the Financial arena and is also a seasoned ghostwriter. Her book Cornelius climbed to #1 in the Teen & Young-adult Multi-generational Family Fiction category. And her supernatural, suspense/thrillers – CARA and INFESTATION: A Small Town Nightmare are multiple times #1 international bestsellers.
Tanya writes in various genres including Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, Thrillers, Science-fiction, Mystery and Suspense.
She has a passion for the welfare of children and animals. Her hobbies include reading, writing, and researching.
(Lucille Pfiffer Mystery Series)
by Tanya R. Taylor
BLIND SIGHT (Lucille Pfiffer Mystery Series)
1st in Series
Self Published (July 28, 2019)
Number of Pages: 200
Digital ASIN: B07RVF7W99
Lucille Pfiffer sees, but not with her eyes. She lives with her beloved dog Vanilla (“Nilla” for short) in a cozy neighborhood that is quite “active” due to what occurred in the distant past. Though totally blind, she plays an integral role in helping to solve pressing and puzzling mysteries, one right after the other, which, without her, might remain unsolved.
The question is: How can she do any of that with such a handicap?
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