What Readers Are Saying About “Love Always, Dogbert and Tito” by Trevor Donovan
I follow the star of many Hallmark romance movies, Trevor Donovan, and his personal manager, Michael Yanni, on social media and I’ve seen the wonderful relationships they have with their dogs. I can relate to that with my own dogs, and I think millions of other people feel like me in that respect. These stories resonate with all dog owners.
They have two books out that focus on their dogs that can be read by people of all ages. Children can enjoy the books, and so can adults. And I think that’s because Donovan and Yanni put so much of their own experiences into the books.
So I thought I’d post about what other readers are saying. They’re all verified, unsolicited reader reviews from Amazon. I’ll post links as well, below.
These comments are from the first book in the series, Love Always, Dogbert and Tito.
“This book is a wonderful read for young children and adults. It crosses the genres due to its enthralling innocence. For the children, it opens the world they’re most familiar with – outside the limits of adult understanding.
“This is a delightful story about two lovable dogs that are brothers. They are real life dogs that have there own website. Love to follow their daily journey. I love the book and can’t wait for next one.”
“Saw interview on Home & Family, so I ordered book as I like Trevor Donovan as an actor.
Plan to give this to my great-nephew for Christmas.”
And here are several comments about the second book, Love Always, Dogbert’s Journey. I’m not giving out any spoilers. You have to follow the books to get the full emotional impact.
“This book is utterly fantastic!!! It brought out a lot of emotions, many tears but also a lot of knowledge about DM! Trevor you are amazing as a writer, actor, love for animals etc! I have told many friends and family to order this book, as well as the first one!”
“We miss you deeply, Dogbert. The story made me cry. It is so worthy to read. Thanks for writing the book to devote to Dogbert. Truly love always”
“This and the first Love Always Dogbert are easing reading for kids and adults. It has a sweet story with a message for awareness of DM in dogs.”
Here’s the link to Book 1, Love Always Dogbert and Tito. And here’s the link to Book 2, Love Always Dogbert’s Journey.
The books are available in digital or print, and I believe Donovan designed the art work for both book covers.
Dreamspinner Press Restructures
I know absolutely nothing about Dreamspinner Press so I’m only linking to PW with this one. The author of this article, Rachel Kramer Bussel, used to be an editor I worked with at Cleis Press more than once back in the day. I hadn’t seen anything from her in a while until now.
Florida-based LGBTQ romance publisher Dreamspinner Press retained law firm Berger Singerman LLP in mid-December to handle restructuring of the company as complaints from authors about unpaid royalties mount.
Here’s a link to more. Some of the author claims are rather interesting…especially the numbers.
Gay Guy Has Sober Sex For the First Time
This is actually one of those personal stories written by a gay man that goes into a lot of detail about his personal life, including the fact that he quit drinking and realized he hadn’t had sober sex since high school.
After I quit drinking two years ago, I realized two things: 1. That I hadn’t had sober sex since high school and, 2. that I didn’t have a six pack. But after many fiber-based meals, early mornings, and long, intense sessions on my back, I finally fixed that first thing.
I like reading personal stories about real life. You can check it out, here.
From the day they meet for the first time until the day their lives change forever, Harrison Parker and Morton Starr were destined for greatness—and each other. A Starr is Born follows the paths of handsome, badly-behaving rock star Harrison Parker and sexy gender-bending performer Morton Starr, who is just starting his career.
Morton is so madly in love with his husband, Harrison, he’ll do anything to please him, including overlooking all his self-destructive issues. However, as openly gay Morton gains more fame and success in the mainstream with his popular gay love songs and his unique gender-bending image, and Harrison continues to slide downhill, there comes a point where everything has to change. And when that climax finally happens, Morton isn’t certain about anything in his future or his marriage.