AUTHOR’S CORNER: Our Little Pup a Poem by author Trish Hubschman

Good morning campbellsworld visitors and readers everywhere.

This morning author Patricia Hubschman has dropped by to share a poem with us.

Now, Trish does lots more than love dogs, and write poems. So, you be sure to keep reading after enjoying this poem because she’s got somme great books for you to go and grab copies from your favorite book buying sites.

Thanks for dropping into the Author’s Corner today and please do make sure to stop by again soon.

Our Little Pup

Hope

By Trish Hubschman

 

You’ve been with us fourteen years

And we love you

You’ve brought us hope and happiness

As your name says

We want you with us always

But always can’t be forever

When you sit on the kitchen floor beside the table

And whine for treats

I smile

When you wag your beautiful tail

I smile

When you race down the hall with your brother

Barking wildly when the mailman comes

I smile

I hate that you have a growth inside your belly now

We will do everything we can

To keep you happy and comfy

And with us as long as you can be

 

The End

 

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR AND HER WORK…

Stiff Competition

By Trish Hubschman

CM-2018

https://www.dldbooks.com/hubschman/

 

About The Series

In 1997, Trish saw the rock band, Styx, for the first time at Radio City Music Hall in New York.  She fell in love.  The following year, she created the fictional character, musician, Danny Tide from the rock band Tidalwave.  She wrote two romance novels with him as the main character. After that, he was put in the drawer for a decade.  She continued seeing her favorite band in concert, Styx.  Around 2010, her Long Island private investigator, Tracy Gayle, emerged for her own set of mystery stories.  Never did it dawn on her that at some point she would bring Tracy and Danny together.  In 2014, a few days after she saw Styx, their tour bus burst into flames.  She tried to find out the cause, but was unsuccessful.  She decided to weave her own tale about it.  Tracy Gayle solves Tidalwave’s tour bus fire. That was Book One. The chemistry between the lady PI and the rock musician is incredible from the start.

 

About Stiff Competition

America’s favorite rock band, Tidalwave, is playing the Miss America pageant.  Band leader, Danny Tide, is emceeing the event.  All is going according to schedule.  The judges have picked the 10 semi-finalists.  Suddenly, everything comes to a halt.  Miss New Jersey is missing.  Nobody knows what happened to her or where she is.  Danny calls his longtime PI friend, Tracy Gayle, and asks her to come down to Atlantic City to help figure things out.  In need of her best friend for personal support and eager to get to another case, Tracy agrees. There’s an all-out search of the hotels on the boardwalk.  They find Miss New Jersey, but it’s not good.  Her kidnapping leads to another assault and murder.  The big star and the lady PI work together on this one, so that the Miss America pageant can continue as usual.

 

Dedication

To my wonderful husband, Kevin.  He proofreads all my stories and tells me I’m a good writer.

To my mom, who also reads all my stories and enjoys them.  She’s been behind me every step of the way in my life.

 

 

Author’s Bio

Trish has published three books under America Star Books, a short story Collection of time travel/romances called Through Time and the first two books in the Tracy Gayle/Danny Tide series, The Fire and Unlucky Break.

She’s also written a short story, The Officer and His Sweet Heart, which was published in the winter 2018 Slate and Style Magazine which can be enquired of by visiting:  http://writers.nfb.org/index.html

 

She attended college at Long Island University’s-Southampton Campus with a Bachelor’s degree in English-Writing.  She lives on Long Island with her husband and two dogs and can be contacted at palhub&optonline.net

and found on Facebook as

Patricia Hubschman.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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