Start Mischievous Monday with Animal Activist Book “Capitol in Chains”


Welcome, Everyone, to Mischievous Monday! Today you can Win our 20th Free Book in our $400, 31-Book Giveaway to Celebrate Who Chains You Publishing’s 2nd Anniversary.

Today’s Prize? Capitol in Chains: 54 Days of the Doghouse Blues, by Tamira Thayne.

How Can You Win It? Just click on our promo image (above), or this link, to bring you to our page, and let us know you want it in our comment section. The contest will run all day Aug. 20th, and we’ll select a random winner at 10:00 a.m. Eastern, August 21st.

Spread the word and join in the fun! Capitol in Chains is available in paperback and kindle, and is a perfect fit for activist inspiration, and high school and college-level humane ed, too.

Here’s that link to enter, again.

About the Book:

capitolbookcover16loIn August 2010, one woman carried a doghouse to the steps of the Pennsylvania State Capitol building and chained herself to it, seeking passage of a law protecting dogs from life at the end of a chain.

Not knowing if she’d be arrested, ignored, or ridiculed, she set aside her fears and acted on behalf of the voiceless: dogs—the most social of beings—whose needs have been overlooked by those with the power to create chain-ge for their future.

This is her story, and the story of the 54 days she and others spent chained at the bottom of the Capitol steps in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. May you be inspired, entertained, and educated about the needs of Man’s Best Friend, and how these needs continue to be negated in today’s society.

This Second Edition Includes:
Updates on PA Laws
The Doghouse Wedding
Eleven Years of Chain Off in America

“While reading this book I thought many times that our commissioners, city councilman and state representatives all need a copy of this book. I’ve even thought about buying one for each of my city council and commissioners because they need to understand what really goes on with chained dogs.

“The people that chain their dogs need to step into their dog’s paws. If each of our representatives would do the same—for even an hour—just maybe they would understand why it’s not ‘just a dog.’ Great book!”—Evie Kettler, chained dog activist, Georgia

About the Author:

Tamira Thayne is an author, animal activist, and the founder and former CEO of Dogs Deserve Better, a nonprofit organization seeking an end to dog chaining.

She is also the founder of Who Chains You Books, publishing titles for those who believe people—and animals—deserve to be free. She is the author of Happy Dog Coloring Book, Capitol in Chains, Foster Doggie Insanity, The Wrath of Dog, The King’s Tether, The Knights Chain, The Curse of Cur (forthcoming), and the co-editor of Unchain My Heart and Rescue Smiles.

Tamira lives by a river in the woods of northern Virginia, with her husband, daughter, one dog, six cats, and hundreds of outside birds and critters she adores from afar.


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