Swearengen Schedules Book Signing Friday
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Janne Swearengen will have a signing for her new book, “The Yorkie Who Sings At Midnight,” at Turnage Drug Store from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.
The story captures the amazing life of Angela Thumbelina, a tiny elder Yorkie rescued from a hoarding situation. Told through her eyes and the heart of her adopted family, the reader will experience her pain and her joy. Adopted at the age of 12-ish, Angela has shown the resilience and strength of a rescue. From her life as a puppy producer in a house of hoarding horrors, to recuse, recovery in foster care, and eventual adoption, readers learn of the opportunities to help other animals in need. This book is a story of a single little bitty dog and how the compassion of offering your heart to foster (and maybe even adopt) any animal is to care “for even the least of these.”
Janne and her husband, Water Valley native Larry Swearengen, live in Madison. They reported that the book’s title stems from an unexpected talent from Angela – she likes to start howling at midnight, every night.
Proceeds from the sale of the book go to the Mississippi Animal Rescue Fund, a “no-kill” animal shelter. Books will be available for purchase during the signing. The book is also available on Amazon or can be purchased directly by contacting Janne on her Facebook page, “Janne Patterson Swearengen.”