Sunday, December 18, 2016
Good Luck Dog Post
by Pluckie, Rory Chasen's dog in the Superstition Mysteries memorialized by Linda O. Johnston
Grrrrrf. Arf, yes, that means that means "hello again." I've mentioned that here before.
I'm Pluckie. I'm a dog--a spaniel-terrier mix--and people tell me I'm good luck to them because I'm black and white. That's one of the reasons I'm blogging here today: good luck. You see, I've been told what I'm saying here will appear on the Killer Characters blog, and this is December, which they said is a month of giveaways there.
That means that a lucky human winner somewhere in the
who comments about my blog
either today or tomorrow, December 19, will win a copy of the third
Superstition Mystery that features me, as they all do. That one is Unlucky Charms. USA
My human, Rory Chasen, says I get to pick the winner from the list of comments we get here. I'll just use my nose to point to one and let Rory know. She's been my human since long before we moved here to Destiny,
, which people say is all about
what they call superstitions. California
I don't know a lot about superstitions, but I do like the idea that I'm said to bring good luck. I hang out a lot with Rory at the store she manages, the Lucky Dog Boutique. That place has all sorts of pet stuff that's supposed to be lucky, and I get to play with a lot of it.
I'm also there to help make Rory feel better. She brought me here to check out the reality of superstitions after the nice guy she was engaged to, whatever that means, got hit by a car and died after walking under a ladder. And now, she winds up getting involved with other people who die--who are murdered here-- and she needs to figure out who really did it to help her friends or, in the case of Unlucky Charms, herself.
So why don't you test your own good luck and comment here? Let me know what you think of lucky black and white dogs or other superstitions you might have heard of or experienced. I'll tell Rory all about it. And be sure to check back here in a couple of days to find out if you're the winner. If so, send your email address to that lady who writes our stories, Linda O. Johnston, at the address on her website - www.LindaOJohnston.com