BY WENDY WILLIAMS
The humorous and occasionally reflective reveries, of both the author and her dogs, are narrated through light-hearted rhyme and prose.
The scenarios and flights-of-fantasy from 'Doghouse Ditties' will resonate with Nature lovers generally, and with dog owners in particular- young and old alike.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Wendy Williams (née Rankin) was born in 1956, and lived in Skipton, Yorkshire, the only child of parents, Violet and Guy.
Upon her sixth birthday, she became the proud owner of her first dog, Tammy, a West Highland Terrier, and her life-long love of dogs began. At seven years old she moved to the village of Cowling and later to Crosshills, where she was educated at South Craven Comprehensive School.
She subsequently studied Architecture at the University of Manchester where she met Richard, a fellow architectural student, who she married in 1978. After qualifying as an Architect in 1981, she and Richard moved to Lymm in Cheshire, in 1982 where they still live. In1985 she and Richard had their son, Alistair, followed in 1987 by their daughter, Kim.
Whilst continuing in part-time architectural practice, she also spends her time enjoying an erratic mix of: hobbyist writing, singing with Equali Choir, dog walking and (as an aging novice) learning to play the piano.
DOGHOUSE DITTIES BY WENDY WILLIAMS
29 x 21 cm Paperback
Published in December 2019 by Stellar Books