Dawn Baca

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It’s August! And the Temperature is through the Roof!

Posted on Aug 12, 2019 by Dawn Baca   No Comments Yet | Posted in Animal Antics · Books

Is it just me or is it hot in here?


As summer winds down, we are looking forward to the cooler weather. Another month or two of ungodly heat is ahead of us then hopefully we should return to more reasonable temperatures. This is coming from a California girl who thinks the weather is perfect between 65 – 85 degree’s and wishes it would stay that way year-round.

It will be a quiet month as we wind down and try to catch up.


I have some more BookFunnel promos for you, more great books for free, by fabulous authors that you really want to follow. BookFunnel is a great way to offer free books for new readers.

August One Hot Month ~ Runs from Aug 1st – Aug 31st



Augusts Racy Reads ~ Runs from Aug 1st – Aug 31st



Romance Adventure ~ Runs from Aug 1st – Aug 31st



Starry Nights ~ Runs from Aug 1st – Aug 31st



Sweet Romance Reads ~ Runs from Aug 1st – Sept 30th



Sweet College Romance ~ Runs from Aug 12th – Sept 7th



All Romance Giveaway ~ Runs from Aug 20th – Sept 20th


Free Books:

My first two books in the Letting Love in Series, Her Guarded Heart and Her Heart’s Desire will be Free in the Kindle Store on August 18th.

Please check them out, read them and please review them so other’s can enjoy them as well.


Animal Antics:

While going through my photos this year to find images of my current menagerie of pets, I came across a few of Tank and Toby that I thought I’d share with you.

Tank was a beautiful three-year-old brindle pug. He was a little chunky love bug. He came to us in the spring and in 2014 for about six months we fostered him.

He was full of energy, so much that our two labs couldn’t keep up with him, and left the entertainment up to our orange tabby. Rubi’s endless energy reminds me of him often.

Toby was an orange tabby cat. While shopping for dog hiking gear, we came across an adoption day at the pet store. Toby stuck his paws out of his little cage and wrapped them around my finger in the gentlest of ways.

It took me over an hour to guilt my husband into agreeing to adopt him, but neither of us ever regretted bringing him home.

He blessed our house with love and shenanigans for a year and a half, until he passed suddenly from FIP, breaking our hearts as he crossed the rainbow bridge.

I miss hearing them chasing each other up and down the hallway sounding like a herd of elephants, and snuggling with me on the couch while I worked on my laptop.


My recommended reads this month are:

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