Yay! It’s Publication Day for Noah Padgett and the Dog-People :-)

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I’m so excited and a little bit nervous. The big day has arrived. It’s adventure time for twelve-year-old Noah Padgett and his chocolate Labrador puppy, Bluebell. With one click of a link they’ve landed themselves in the Zyx-dimension, where the predominate species is Canis sapiens. These intelligent dog-people view the boy and his puppy as mutants and alien collectibles, forcibly separating them and putting both their lives in peril. Will they survive, or won’t they?

Not telling. You’ll need to read my book to find out.

For readers aged 10-18+, this is a story for all the family.

Harry Potter had a magic wand at his disposal, but Noah Padgett must survive by his wits alone.

Noah Padgett and the Dog-People is available to buy from Amazon (Paperback & Kindle Editions).

To find out more, click on GetBook.at/Zyx 


Author: Sarah Potter Writes

Sarah is a British eccentric who writes offbeat fiction, haiku and tanka poetry. When stuck for words, she sketches or paints instead. She's into nature conservation, sustainability, gardening, dogs, natural health, and reading. Her sociability is something that happens in short bursts with long breathing spaces in between.

18 thoughts on “Yay! It’s Publication Day for Noah Padgett and the Dog-People :-)”

    1. Thank you:-) Bluebell was one of two names I had lined up for my chocolate Labrador when she came to me as a puppy. I chose the other of the two names for my puppy and used Bluebell for the fictional character she inspired!

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    1. Thanks, Ali:-)
      I remember that, as well as encouraging my son to read books aimed at his own age-group, I used to read books that were too hard for him to read himself. I remember reading The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe to him when he was 5 or 6, then Jurassic Park and Lost World to him when he was 8. I think that children love listening to the sound of words and the flow of text, even if they don’t understand everything they’re hearing. I guess that on a subconscious level, the language sinks in, for retrieval later.


  1. Fantastic news dearest Sarah, thrilled for you. Love the name Bluebell. Many congratulations to you my dear friend, wishing you every success as always. Sending love and hugs across the airwaves and of course in person when we next meet 🙂 xxxxxxx

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    1. Christy, thank you for your lovely words 🙂 I’m excited, too, for when I come over to your blog! Everything is taking me ages at the moment (a combination of there being a heatwave where I live, plus I’m still drained of energy from the flu). Am getting there. Hope to have written my post for you soon.

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