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Something About Me and My Book:
I am the co-writer of "Jack the Dog: And his Boy", along with my husband, Victor Brodt whose stories comprise the content of our book. Jack is the dog who "raised" my husband and taught us both the deep truths of life. This book is the first of many we are planning as verbal illustrations of life on a lake and woods of Northern Wisconsin in the 60's. "Jack" has been compared to "Old Yeller" with a happy ending by reviewers.

Victor and I have been married for over 30 years. We have 2 children and a daughter-in-law. We live in Northern Nevada.

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At 4:26pm on November 6, 2011, W.C. Hewitt said…

 Hi Caren.

 Please forgive me for taking so long to respond. This is the first opportunity I have had to do so. I would appreciate a review and would like to send you a copy of my novel if you are still interested. Yes. I have a Facebook page and would appreciate you dropping by it's at!/ I'll email you a pdf. at said address. Thanks again.

At 11:16pm on July 10, 2011, DEVIKA PRIMIC said…
Hi will be a good idea  about reviews I have my new book Raising Teenagers:The Best Way on and other Amazon stores, also at Barnes&Noble.
At 6:10pm on May 5, 2011, Denise Gotautis said…

so sorry i am a snail at answering my mail i would love to trade books and look at your book i have been marketing my book very heavily made it to be displayed at the new york book expo

At 8:01am on April 21, 2011, Esther Joy Grusing Hunter said…
Caren,  after reviewing your website and previewing your book, I hit "Like" and added you as a friend on Facebook.  I'm not quite sure how to do all this, but I think this is the website for you to hit "Like" for 'Joy in the Mourning"  at bottom of this page -  and it is also availableto preview on @
At 4:46pm on April 20, 2011, Liz Yardley said…

Quick edit (it's early here in Queensland, Maundy Thursday - hence my error!)

that should be


At 4:45pm on April 20, 2011, Ellie Schatz said…

Caren, It looks like you are into a number of things of which I am either not acquainted or unsure of the benefits. For example, what is Smashwords and how does it work? Also, I have not yet gone with as it seems to me that it will yield me little to no monetary benefit. Did you self-publish by establishing your own company (which is what I did) or go the ebook/publish on demand route?


At 4:44pm on April 20, 2011, Liz Yardley said…

Hallo Caren,

Thank you for your friendly message. I am brand new to this site.

I've been to your website & 'liked' it. What a beautiful covershot!

If you wish to like mine, please could you use the site (or both)? Thank you.

As for reviews, please let me know which format is preferred? I generally send 1 or 2 chapters (pdf) to interested writers, or a full hardcopy (with a request to pass the book along to a school, library, senior or child) if requested. You might wonder why I include seniors above; it's because the series was partly written for uplifting their role in the community. And I've found that they really enjoy them too.

best wishes,


At 2:31pm on April 20, 2011, Shelley Hitz said…
I connected with you on FB :)  However, I don't have the time right now to do any reviews, thanks for thinking of me and reaching out!
At 4:52am on April 20, 2011, Dena Harris said…

Hi Caren,


I'd love to trade reviews. The website page for my book is and my FB page is There's a free portion of my first chapter on my website. 


What's your experience been with Smashwords? I'm looking to use them to Kindle-ize my first book, which was self-published. 


At 5:23pm on April 19, 2011, Kevin C. Mills said…
Hi Caren:

I would be interested in doing that. I'm finishing up a review for a friend of mine. Another person who wanted to trade review hasn't sent me her book yet. So I should have some time to read yours over this coming weekend. If you read Tim's book, my book isn't as sports heavy. It is more about journalism than sports - even though sports is the backdrop to it all. Though sports fans would be interested in it, I think non sports fans would like it - and the people I know that have read it and are not sports fans enjoyed it and learned a lot about the job. It is also a quick read. You wouldn't have to read all the game stories and attached articles to some of the chapters - even though some of the articles are worth reading. So you can email me your book if you want and I can email you a PDF of mine. Thanks.

Kevin Mills

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