Monday, March 29, 2021

Coming up soon! Christine Isley-Farmer talks about her first book in her new series, Finding My Yip


Christine Isley-Farmer talks about her first book in her new series, Finding My Yip (March 2, 2021, Wandering in the Words Press). The power of stories and music’s healing qualities weave their way through the book, which also features a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel as the narrator. Boomer and his new friend Chloe seek to develop confidence, make friends, and strengthen their bond, all while challenging their fears.


Christine speaks on a number of topics, including:

Her education and career revolving around music both as a performer and educator

The themes of friendship, trust, teamwork and determination in the book

Why she wanted to include a child with a stutter in her book

The second book in this series, which is a mystery

Her love for the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dog breed

What it was like to have a career as a professional singer


About the book: 
When Boomer is a puppy he is unable to yip like his mother and sisters. Boomer lives with Nana Weathers, a musician who possesses a magical ring that helps them communicate. Boomer quickly bonds with Nana’s nine-year-old granddaughter Chloe, who has a stutter. Chloe’s big wish is to sing beautifully like Nana. Chloe and Boomer make new friends at dog obedience school and grow their confidence together. By teaming up in the music room and gaining a little help from their friends, Chloe and Boomer try to find their voices in Boomer’s Tales: Book 1.

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