Paw Adventure Book Leads to Changing Lives
RICHLAND, WASHINGTON, USA, December 27, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ — Celebrated pet author Karen Nicksich's book Time of My Life, chronicles a story of Anna and her pet dog Dante, who struggled from bone cancer and how his existence become a heartfelt inspiration to pet lovers, who also have to deal with losing a pet and terrible grief.
The book is highly inspired by the author's real-life memories of her Golden Retriever named "Max". The paw adventure also punctuates on rescuing dog and how every pet deserves a loving home as inspired by the author's drive to rescue dogs from the streets and nurture it with love and care, a move Nicksich had been doing for the last 35 years.
The book also tells the story of the other farm animals at the Lilac Doggie Rescue Ranch and how Dante's death hurt as much as that of a family member. It details how to bounce back from the loss and how the grief can strengthen anyone who is at loss with the death of their pets that they have grown to love like family.
Time of My Life is a survival-guide book to pet lovers who have to deal with the same fate as Anna and Nicksich. It will open the reader's eyes to mourning and the time for moving on. The story is told through the wisdom and love of angels, a Wise Old Tree, and the many animals living at the ranch.
With the aim to help her readers understand the reality and pain of loss, Nicksich book is highly recommended for anyone who has lost a companion animal and to help readers including children better understand the passing of a pet. The book will also give inspiration to pet lovers and readers to be relentless in loving one's pet unconditionally as well as to reinvest in other potential activities while nursing a broken heart, which may involve getting another dog.
About The Author:
Karen Nicksich was a teacher for almost thirty-five years. She attended college in Colorado and holds a gifted and talented education endorsement. She grew up in Upstate New York. Currently, Karen is living in Richland, Washington, with her husband John; son, William; daughter, Rachel; and their two dogs, Max and Otis. Karen enjoys riding horses, bird watching, traveling, and rescuing dogs.
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