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“Poodle Mistress” by Sandi Latimer
“Poodle Mistress” by Sandi Latimer

Sandi met a handsome pilot Red Latimer in 1973, and was amazed that this outdoors-type of man was raising toy poodles. It was hard to tell whose love was stronger -- that of Sandi and Red or their love for the dogs as well as the dogs’ love for them. When Sandi married Red, she also became the mistress to the poodles. As in many marriages, the family increased; this time the canine family.

“Poodle Mistress” is a memoir that shares the joy as well as grief of a couple’s journey with their beloved dogs. Thrill to the antics, such as Zeke eating a tulip, Maggie giving birth on Sandi’s lap, or Shane climbing the wheel of the bike to get into the basket. Wipe a tear or two as one by one nine poodles cross the Rainbow Bridge. And the yellow rose, a symbol of love, appears.  This love impacted the couple’s lives so much that the memories they spent together are preserved with happiness.

Laugh and cry as you become engrossed in Sandi Latimer’s story “Poodle Mistress” on display at the BookExpo New Title Showcase on May 31- June 3, 2018, in New York, NY.

“Poodle Mistress”
Written by Sandi Latimer
Published by iUniverse
Published Date: February 17, 2011
Paperback: $12.56
About the Author
Sandi Latimer is a long-time journalist, having started as area correspondent to her local newspaper (Bucyrus [Ohio] Telegraph-Forum) when she was in the eighth grade. She learned more about her chosen field at Kent State University where she earned a BS in broadcast journalism in 1965. She has worked in broadcasting, at an internationally known wire service, in medical communications and marketing, and now back to in local newspapers. She also served as Volunteer Coordinator of a large cemetery. Sandi was married to Red Latimer for 40 years. The first 27 of them were shared with toy poodles, which led to her writing Poodle Mistress. She and her boss at United Press International collaborated on Newsroom Buddies, about being friends while working together and after taking new jobs. She has also written a child’s book “Bunny Bob: The Bumbling Easter Bunny.” She is currently editing and revising a book about the death of her husband and how she was affected. She also facilitates a local writing group and assists in the high school journalism contest for National Federation of Press Women. She volunteers at an information and referral service and for tours at a stop on the Underground Railroad.

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