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Monday, May 18, 2015

Ask Molly

 Molly Glimme

Greeting dogs,  humans and other creatures. Today's letter comes from  Elizabeth Packsley from New York City. She writes:

Dear Molly,

I heard that you had a book signing last Saturday. How did it go? And where can I get a copy of "The Molly Chronicles?' I couldn't come to your book signing because I live too far away.

Love, Elizabeth

Dear Elizabeth,

You can buy "The Molly Chronicles" on Amazon. Here is the link:   "The Molly Chronicles"

The book signing was awesome, as you humans would say. I got lots of pets and liver snacks, and we signed my books with personal messages to the nice humans. The book signing was part of the Noah's Ark Festival at Christ the Lord Church in Pinole. They had many interesting smells there including rabbits, chinchillas, hawks, and chickens, which I was not allowed to taste. (All chickens are stupid.)
And one of my readers, Jordan, who is a very kind and helpful girl, gave me some liver snacks and a lot of pets.

Love, Molly

Monday, May 11, 2015

Ask Molly

Inquiring minds want to know:

This question comes from Seattle Washington, Carmen Melaport asks:

Molly, is it true you're having a book signing? I thought only humans can sign books. And where can I buy The Molly Chronicles?  I live too far away to come to your book signing.


Carmen thank you for your excellent question. You can buy The Molly Chronicles on Amazon.com. Here's the link

You're correct  - it is very hard for a dog to write. I have spent many hours perfecting my penmanship. And my human will probably insist on signing the books and hogging all the glory to herself (no disrespect intended to pigs.)

The book signing is scheduled for May 16th 2015 from 10 am. to 2 pm. at Christ the Lord Episcopal Church 592 Tennent Avenue in Pinole CA. There will be a Noah's Ark Festival which will include presentations about birds, reptiles and raptors (birds like hawks, which you shouldn't chase - believe me.) So it will be a lot of fun. There will also be dogs available for adoption. Unfortunately the even is for human visitors only. I get to come because I'm one of the participants.
I will bring cookies and liver snacks.


Sunday, May 3, 2015

Ask Molly

Happy Monday to all of you dogs and humans in Internetland.  For those who don't know me, I'm Molly, and each Monday I'll be answering your questions. Inquiring minds want to know. Today's question comes from Judy Greenwald who writes:
     Dear Molly,
I notice that you have kept a svelte figure over the years. Do you have any good tips for me? I should mention that I am a human and not a dog.

   Dear Judy,
In order to stay fit and lovely, you need exercise. I suggest you get a dog. A dog with a good strong work ethic, like a Border Collie, Australian Shepherd, Jack Russell. Your dog will make sure that you get a daily walk. He/she will insist on it and will whine, jump on your stomach and lick your face until you get out there. That is how I keep my human healthy - no easy task, believe me.

   Licks and Tail Wags,

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

The Molly Chroicles

I'm excited to report that my human and I are having a book signing. It will be on Saturday, May 16th, at the Noah's Ark Festival at Christ the Lord Church in Pinole CA. Profits will go to animal rescue organizations. So far we have raised $50 US for the North Bay Humane Society. I hope they use the money to buy liver snacks for their dogs. I'll bet cats would like liver snacks also.

My doggie surprise: Each Monday, my blog will feature "Ask Molly," an advice column. Readers, please feel free to ask questions, and each Monday, I will choose one question and answer it. I hope readers will ask good questions. A good question is one which I can answer. My human might jump in and give her opinion, but you should listen to me and not to her as humans tend to have their own point of view.

Happy thoughts and squirrels,

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Human's Note about "The Molly Chronicles"

Human's Note:

Last year, I finished The Molly Chronicles It's a book of dog humor. Molly, my dog, would tell you that she wrote the book but you shouldn't listen to her because, ever since she won the Gifted Paw Award, she's been way too full of herself.
Anyway, dogs can't write. You know that. I know that. Now if only Molly would accept it - she's just a dog. Border Collies can be so stubborn!


Tuesday, April 21, 2015


My human and I are taking the National Novel Writers' Month challenge to write 25,000words in the month of April. I am on track with 20,000 words. (Not easy since I have to type with my nose.) My human has been playing a lot of computer solitaire, but I have been able to coax her into writing as well.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

A doggie surprise coming next week. Molly my overachieving Border Collie plans to start blogging again.

 She's somewhat conceited. And remember that her views do not necessarily represent the opinions of the human who actually set up this blog.

Elaine, the human, signing off with trepidation.