As publishing industry veterans know, not a heck of a whole lot is going to be happening business-wise next week, but I’ve still got my quotas, so it’s time once again for publishing pros (and published authors) to send me pictures of cats and dogs. Preferably engaging in cute antics, and preferably with books, and definitely with a story behind them. I’ll start running my favorites on Wednesday, December 26, when GalleyCat returns from a four-day holiday weekend.
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