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Dog Ear authors have published professional-quality custom books that explore a wide range of topics in an equally wide range of reading categories, including Trade Fiction, Non-Fiction, Autobiographies, Self-Help, Cookbooks, Children's, Business, Academic Textbooks, Historical Works, Fiction, Short Story, Poetry Collections and much more.

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Out There Somewhere: One Man’s Quest for Hunting Adventures

Glen A. Catt

Pages: 186
ISBN: 978-145757-084-1
List Price: 15.95
Category: Nonfiction
Available: October 2019
Edition: Perfectbound

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Glen A. Catt is an entreprenurial, adventurist, always seeking to live out God’s calling, and yet live to the fullest in this world that He has created for us. Glen and Jeanne reside in Northern Michigan, but spend half the year at their home, on the Yellowstone River in Midwest Montana. They have 4 married children and 7 grandchildren.

The Gracie Guide to Naples

Anne E. Moses

Pages: 48
ISBN: 978-145757-158-9
List Price: 13.95
Category: Children’s Books
Available: November 2019
Edition: Perfectbound

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Eagles Nest

Frank Reed

Pages: 106
ISBN: 978-145757-121-3
List Price: 12.95
Category: Fiction
Available: November 2019
Edition: Perfectbound

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Bald eagles are a majestic bird and the picture of power and might as an enblem for the United States of America. I have seen one gotten at birth and trained to interact with humans, do some amazing things. The life of Lucky, not trained, was amazing.

The Georgeznkowsky family migrating from Poland to a ranch in Montana, had unheard of good luck in reaching their dream.

I have written this story in the hope of giving you, the reader, a smile or two. Enjoy

Eagles Nest is my second fictional book. I have included some characters from my last book, The Lives of Little Horse and Traveler. The front cover was produced by Robert Enders, Artist. His main topic is Landscapes and Western Scenes, using Oils, Watercolor and Pastels.

I have several other books including Mother’s Six Marines, Then Now and Beyond, a story of my life, and a fiction novel, The Story of Little Horse and Traveler. Two others I have coauthored. One, A Snail Named Slick, with my daughter Aleta and The Toughest Guy in the Bar, with my son Patrick.. I hope you will enjoy reading.

I served in the Marines during WW2, worked 37 years with United Airlines and am having a wonderful retirement at O’Connor Woods in Stockton Ca.

A Southern Girl Re-Belles

Sharon Brown Keith

Pages: 290
ISBN: 978-145757-160-2
List Price: 14.99
Category: Fiction
Available: November 2019
Edition: Perfectbound

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Abigail Winchester is having one hell of a day. Crashing her car into the church’s nativity, then losing both her best friend and her job are bad enough. But then the assisted living center calls: Abigail’s grandmother is being kicked out, and guess who’s listed as the next of kin?

Even though they haven’t spoken in over twenty-two years, Nana, the strong-willed matriarch of the Winchester clan, has plans for her wayward granddaughter. Trapped in a small Texas town, Abigail is forced to take a long, hard look at the life she’s been living since her parents died. The drinking, the recklessness, the anger …

But life in the Bible Belt isn’t all therapists, swear jars, and teetotalers. Bo LeBlanc, the county’s most eligible bachelor, has set his sights on the new girl in town, and he might just be exactly what Abigail is looking for—if she can survive gun-toting octogenarians, crazy stray cats, and DAR luncheons!

I finished writing A Southern Girl Re-Belles on September 20, 2018. There was a storm that night, and the next morning I was awakened to this. A double rainbow. As Nana says, “You just can’t make this stuff up.” That morning, as I looked into the sky, I knew that my dream had come true, and this book would be something special.

A Journey of an Accredited Provider

Angela H. Bayer-Persico

Pages: 218
ISBN: 978-145757-049-0
List Price: 24.95
Available: January 2020
Edition: Perfectbound

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The Journey of an Accredited Provider is the true story of one woman’s bold crusade to offer the highest quality care for children in her home while overcoming daunting obstacles. Angela Bayer-Persico, self-reliant from an early age, transcends her entanglement in an abusive relationship to raise her children with loving attention while transforming her home into a nurturing setting for the lucky little ones who enter her door. Through self-education and relentless determination, Bayer-Persico creates an award-winning environment for the children in her care. She recognizes that a high-quality program during a child’s early years has lasting positive effects, such as elevated confidence and boosted academic achievements later in life. Childcare providers may gain imaginative strategies and practical advice, including actual contracts and policies, in order to create their own high-quality childcares. All readers will benefit from the author’s hard-earned, real-world wisdom and advice.

Angela H. Bayer-Persico has run in-home childcares accredited by the National Association for Family Child Care (NAFCC) since 1999 in Pennsylvania and New York. In 2006, she was named the Teacher of the Year recipient by the Terri Lynn Lokoff Foundation. She was the only national winner of the National Teacher Leadership award by the National Association for Family Child Care (NAFCC) and High Reach in 2007. The Pennsylvania Child Care Association (PACCA) in October 2008 named her Educator of the Year. She earned an MS in Early Childhood Studies with a specialization in Teaching Adults in Early Education. She resides in New York with her loving five children and loving husband along with their many prized pets.

The Heart of Milton: Poetic Prayer, Love, Inspiration

Milton Joseph Batson

Pages: 102
ISBN: 978-145756-317-1
List Price: 17.99
Available: January 2020
Edition: Perfectbound

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Milton Joseph Batson turns to poetry to more fully understand God’s Word and its possibilities for humankind. His poems and reflections chronicle his life story, describing inner thoughts about faith, human emotion, and the indescribable fulfilling joy of experiencing God’s miraculous love.

The author’s expressive words are grouped in sections that cover God’s beauty and bounty; God’s promises; God’s gifts; God’s wisdom, guidance, lessons learned; gratitude; and questions, searching and answers. Dates on each poem help chronicle Milton’s experiences, and increasing comprehension, which work hand-in-hand as someone grows in faith and spiritual exploration. He included sketches above a few of his poems, intended as pictorial puzzles paraphrasing portions of the poem.

Milton’s heartwarming poems chronicle his journey as he works to share God’s truths, his struggles along the way, and adventures with indescribable joy. His elegant words provide a truly enjoyable read for those who seek God’s wisdom and appreciate poetry’s ability to translate human feelings and emotions. But above all, Milton wants to help others experience God’s grace filled love and enlightenment in their own lives: “My most ardent hope is that as I travel down life’s numerous pathways, the positive lessons experienced and chronicled might provide some illumination in an otherwise darkening world.”

Milton Joseph Batson began writing poetry and stories at an early age. This is his second book of poetry. Growing up, he split his time between the small island community of Eastport, Maine, and its Huckleberry Finntype activities and his grandparents’ home on Campobello Island, Canada. Milton served in the U.S. Air Force’s space and missile program for twenty years, after earning a degree in applied science/industrial engineering from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He spent time bringing intercontinental ballistic missile silos to launch ready status in North Dakota and served at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California in operational testing, and preparing intercontinental ballistic missiles for test launches.

After his U.S. Air Force career Milton worked twenty one years as a disabled veterans’ outreach representative for the state of California, helping thousand of veterans transition back to civilian life, find jobs, and obtain other needed assistance through the federal Department of Veteran Affairs. He and his wife, Pamela, live on the central coast of California, a stones through from the Pacific Ocean. They have seven children and twenty-two grandchildren.

All Is for the Best

Tim Pembroke

Pages: 160
ISBN: 978-145757-165-7
List Price: 12.99
Category: Fiction
Available: December 2019
Edition: Perfectbound

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A no-holds-barred lampoon of today’s America—the corruption of the financial elites and the system that enables them, the ludicrous hype surrounding technology companies and their founders, and the blatant hypocrisy of…pretty much everyone.

Giles Goodenough is a Wall Street research analyst coasting through life on luck and privilege. In an open marriage to the luscious exstripper Cherry, he seems to have it made. But behind his air of nonchalance lurks a deep insecurity.

Peter Silver is the billionaire founder of hedge fund POS Capital, whose monuments to his ego hint at his sociopathic tendencies. Desperate to sate his greed, the latest target of his speculation is Zyxview, a company founded by Egon Crump, a neurotic and lecherous tech showman with a penchant for fur vests and narcotics.

When Peter hires Giles as an “expert” on Zyxview—and orders him to get to know Egon “better than anyone”—he sets in motion a train of events that takes the reader on a farcical and uncomfortable ride through the inner workings of our broken financial system.

Riotously funny at times, dark and depressing at others, Tim Pembroke’s novel transports us to a world where it seems, at first glance, that very little is for the best.

Tim Pembroke is a forty-something recovering hedge fund manager. Born in London and educated at St. Paul’s School and Oxford University, he sacrificed his love of Classics for a Wall Street career, moving to New York City in 2000. After a sojourn at Harvard Business School, he made the leap to Silicon Valley, where, in 2008, he co-founded a technology-focused hedge fund, retiring as soon as his partners could practicably get rid of him. Despite his best efforts to escape the bubble, he still lives with his wife and three daughters near Palo Alto, CA. All Is For The Best is the first novel he is admitting to.

I Hate Everything: A Day in the Life of a Teacher

Robert Lantana

Pages: 102
ISBN: 978-145757-119-0
List Price: 10.95
Category: Nonfiction
Available: November 2019
Edition: Perfectbound

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A very real danger is in our country, and it grows by the day. It goes by several names: Apathy.
Entitlement. Laziness. Through the raw and candid viewpoint of a 12-year teaching veteran, I Hate Everything – A Day in the Life of a Teacher explores the unending onslaught of nonsense that has entered today’s classroom environment.
Using real-world experiences, vivid imagery, and expressive language that you won’t find in any PTA or faculty meeting, I Hate Everything dares the reader to come to grips with the reality of education in America, and encompasses the fears and concerns for the future that are forefront in the minds of many educators and parents today.

Robert Lantana was born and raised in Orange County, California. The son of two teachers, he grew up in an education-driven environment. He has 12 years of teaching experience in a variety of school types including private, charter, and Title 1.

The Eyes Have It

Dawn Essegian Lajeunesse

Pages: 198
ISBN: 978-145757-059-9
List Price: 14.99
Category: Fiction
Edition: Perfectbound

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I grew up in Troy, New York, went to public schools, and hoped to turn my love of English into a writing career. My guidance counselor and parents had other ideas. In those days, most girls became nurses or teachers. I chose nursing. I never made it through surgery without passing out. Great career planning, huh? After years in health care, I pursued my writing passion. I create stories from ordinary lives, about relationships, families, and other life connections. I love animals, and my novels usually include them. Recently, I’ve renewed my connection with my Armenian heritage, unburying the history of the Armenian church and its members near where I grew up for a planned historical fiction.
Married to Dennis for over half my lifetime, I’m fortunate to have found a man who’s a great friend and playmate. We live in South Glens Falls, New York.

A wartime affair reaps tragic consequences decades later for two young lovers.

Olivia is startled by her electric response to her first direct encounter with Ethan, a tall, slender athlete with the dreamiest eyes and smile. Her initial attraction strengthens as the months progress toward graduation. Josh, Liv’s dad, unexplainably objects to the relationship.
When Ethan joins Liv’s family for a day at the Saratoga Race Course at the end of July, tragedy strikes at the hands of terrorists. While Liv and Ethan huddle alone in an empty stable, her father is killed, her mother injured, and her younger brother traumatized. In the days and weeks that follow, during which Ethan distances himself from Liv and often disappears for stretches of time, Liv discovers an inner strength and maturity that allows her to cope with revelations about her family and its scandalous quarter-century-old connection with Ethan’s family. The FBI investigation of the attack leads to Ethan’s half brother, Jamail, and two other men. Ethan’s mother is certain Ethan knows where Jamail is hiding. Following Josh’s funeral, Ethan agrees to take his mother, Liv, and Liv’s mother and brother to confront him. Jamail greets them with an automatic rifle. Ethan is shot saving his mother and Liv.

Ethan survives with serious injuries and faces charges for aiding a terrorist. Following a few days of bonding with Samar and Ethan’s father, Brian, in the ICU, the couple inexplicably shuts Olivia out. When Ethan is moved out of ICU, Olivia visits him. He rejects her viciously and inexplicably.

Shattered and confused, Olivia descends into a black depression. One of her old school friends, Rachel, convinces Olivia to take a class at the local state college and meet new friends. At Panera, with her study group several months later, Olivia locks eyes with Ethan across the room. He surprises her by hobbling over to her table, flashing his heart-melting smile and behaving as if he hadn’t harshly discarded her the previous August. In their brief conversation, she learns he has dealt with a complicated recovery, including addiction to pain medications. He’s so warm, so like the Ethan she fell for over a year before, she entertains hopes that he will call her. He doesn’t.

A stronger Olivia learns to put one foot in front of the other and focus on the life she has, not the one she’d expected to have. Life and her heart must go on without Ethan.

And yet …

“Promise me this,” he had said, “that you’ll never doubt how much I love you.”

He could walk back into her life one day. In a restaurant. Around a corner. At her front door. Olivia knew their love was that strong.


Jeffrey Marshall

Pages: 232
ISBN: 978-145757-045-2
List Price: 12.95
Category: Fiction
Available: August 2019
Edition: Perfectbound

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Suzy Perry, a lovely, accomplished older woman, has married into a new family in Westchester County, NY, after being widowed not long before in Atlanta. Her new husband, Dean Perry, is besotted with her, but his son, Alex, and daughter-in-law Lisa are troubled by how little they know about her. Who is she? Little by little, clues and tidbits of information persuade Alex that he needs to know more. As the questions pile up, Alex, a journalist, elects to hire a private detective to probe Suzy’s past, without informing his father. Over time, it becomes clear that Suzy changed her name when she moved to Atlanta – and that she had been married for many years to a car dealer in Missouri who died suddenly shortly before she left.
Is all this innocent, or something more sinister? Once circumstantial, the evidence becomes more concrete – and then Suzy is on the run.

Jeffrey Marshall is a retired journalist and the author of three books, including Little Miss Sure Shot, a historical novel about Annie Oakley. He has been published widely in newspapers and magazines, including The New York Times and New Jersey Monthly, and was at various times a reporter, editor, feature writer, columnist and book reviewer.
During his career, Marshall was involved with every medium in journalism except television – newspapers, magazines, radio, newsletters and journals. He was a winner or co-winner of numerous editorial awards for magazine writing and design. He wrote a book about community reinvestment in the banking industry and published a volume of collected poems, River Ice, in 2009. He lives in Scottsdale, AZ, with his wife, Judy, and two dogs, Maggie and Blaze.

Dog Ear Authors Write in All Genres

Autobiograhy & Biography

The focus of many of our authors' dreams is the telling of someone's life story, whether it is their story, that of a loved one, or someone they find just plain fascinating. Dog Ear builds books that beautifully showcase a personal story.

Business, Investing, & Finance

Business, finance, and entrepreneurial experts all turn to Dog Ear Publishing to create books that deliver value and benefit to their readers. Whether the topic is how to achieve financial independence, strategies for making a business more successful, or creating new sources of wealth, Dog Ear Publishing has built products to help authors in the business and professional community reach out to their core customers.


Our authors produce some amazingly beautiful children's books, all with wonderful stories. A variety of formats have been created, including square and portrait, paperback and hardcover - all available in full-color.


One of the great niche markets that authors are exploring is the world of cookbooks. Dog Ear Publishing can produce cookbooks in black-and-white and color, and both paperback and hardcover. We help our authors produce cookbooks about everything from wondeful ethnic food recipes to healthy cooking alternatives.

Special Interest

Our authors write on a variety of topics catering to specific niche audiences.


In the large category of Fiction, the old adage 'a picture is worth a thousand words' describes the importance of a great book cover. Dog Ear Publishing produces the finest book covers in the self publishing market - and our fiction books look stunning. No matter what genre of fiction our authors write on, Dog Ear will build an amazing cover to showcase the book.

Self-Help, Health & Wellness

Many Dog Ear Publishing authors produce books that help the reader get and stay healthy. Their expertise ranges from physical therapy to mental wellness to spiritual renewal. Dog Ear can build books that showcase exercises, charts, and images to help the reader understand best the instruction being given.


Encouragement, enlightenment, and enrichment can all be found within the books produced by Dog Ear authors.


Words can transform the world around us - and Dog Ear Publishing's poets showcase their works through the words they use to convey their emotions. Poetry doesn't have to flow in a single, straight line, but should move across the page in motion to the rhythm of the poet's thoughts. Our professional design team translates the poet's vision to the page.

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Professors, scientists, doctors and technical experts of all fields have turned to Dog Ear to produce their books.

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