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By: B.L. Berg

Lady and the Tramp and Me

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Life doesn’t always turn out the way you think it should, does it?

For instance, what happens when you get a puppy you don’t want? For Simon that answer is simply: nothing good.

His life as a happy bachelor is torpedoed when he reluctantly accepts a puppy of indeterminable breed who names himself Tramp and seemingly never ever stops growing – personality included. Any principles for raising a dog are put to the test, and so is Simon’s state of mind when his sex-life is sabotaged, his sports car rendered useless, and Tramp is spending all of Simon’s money.

And then there’s the women… quite a few of them, but one in particular. The angry one in the park who likes dogs and who wonders if Simon is a stripper because he flashes her his ass. But in reality, he looks like he’s just escaped from an asylum.

And that’s just the beginning…

When your brain constantly runs 100 miles an hour, you might as well put it to good use. And when you have a tattoo above your heart that says “storyteller”—then get to it. And that’s what B.L. Berg has done with her debut novel, Lady and the Tramp and Me. For her inspiration is everywhere, and nothing can become absolutely everything when she’s sitting behind the laptop.

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  • Aba Yash

    “Lady and the Tramp and Me,” B.L. Berg crafts a humorous and heartfelt tale of unexpected twists and turns in the life of Simon, whose world is turned upside down when he unwillingly becomes the owner of a mischievous puppy named Tramp. From sabotaged sex-life to a sports car rendered useless, Simon’s journey is a rollercoaster of chaos and comedy. What sets this book apart is its refreshing take on the challenges of pet ownership and the unpredictable nature of life itself. Berg expertly weaves together moments of hilarity and poignancy, inviting readers to reflect on the unexpected joys and frustrations that come with embracing the unknown. Through Simon’s encounters with a colorful cast of characters, including a particularly memorable encounter with an angry woman in the park, Berg delivers laughs and insights in equal measure. As Simon navigates the ups and downs of his new reality, readers are treated to a story that is both entertaining and thought-provoking. “Lady and the Tramp and Me” is a delightful read that will resonate with anyone who has ever found themselves grappling with the curveballs life throws their way. Berg’s witty prose and engaging storytelling make this book a must-read for animal lovers and humor enthusiasts alike.

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