William Schwenn

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Appleton, WI, The United States
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William “Skip” Schwenn, a former Clerk of federal bankruptcy court, is now retired and living in the company of four dogs in the mountains of North Carolina. Originally from Appleton, Wisconsin, Schwenn and his wife, Mary, have devoted their lives to enhancing the welfare of dogs wherever they find them. They maintain a lifestyle that solidly revolves around mutually rewarding activities with their furry partners. With this background, it is hardly surprising that the author’s stories are told with abundant humor and keen insight into the minds and hearts of dogs, whose capacity for living fully “in the moment” is an invaluable lesson for all of us – and one they are only too happy to share.

Average rating: 4.44 · 9 ratings · 3 reviews · 5 distinct works
A Bridge for Christmas

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Dogs of Meadowbrook

it was amazing 5.00 avg rating — 2 ratings — published 2008 — 5 editions
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Blackie: An Odyssey of Furr...

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Dogs of Meadowbrook

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A Family Affair

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“Characters and events fashion bonds that the heart quietly gathers into itself until heart and ‘home’ are one and the same. This process happens in odd little ways that you don’t always notice at the time.”
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“Characters and events fashion bonds that the heart quietly gathers into itself until heart and ‘home’ are one and the same. This process happens in odd little ways that you don’t always notice at the time.”
William Schwenn, Dogs of Meadowbrook

“The gifts of bravery, devotion, and love from a dog inspire and humble mankind.”
William Schwenn, Blackie: An Odyssey of Furry Hearts

“Characters and events fashion bonds that the heart quietly gathers into itself until heart and ‘home’ are one and the same. This process happens in odd little ways that you don’t always notice at the time.”
William Schwenn, Dogs of Meadowbrook

“The gifts of bravery, devotion, and love from a dog inspire and humble mankind.”
William Schwenn, Blackie: An Odyssey of Furry Hearts




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