Part 7 already? I mean, I did the first one of these kind of as a lark. And now I’ve got enough pics and screencaps after this one for an eights installment. Thank you all so much. Verymuch digging seeing Mongrels in ever tab on my browser—and in everybody’s lenses. Means everything. Times two.

For anybody just tuning in, here’s fastlinks to what’s already happened: one, two, three, fourfive, and six.

And here’s some littermate Mongrels

This is Part VI of these. The other parts are here: one, two, three, four, and five. I should call them the Yellow Dog Chronicles, maybe. The Werewolf Digest. Either way, it’s cool to be on tables like this:

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And, yes, the kids do need to get Mongrelized:

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Always proud to be in a proper dogpile:

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And, even cooler to be the surprise:


And, check it out: the two small silhouettes—the woman on Scalped, the kid on Mongrels—they’re the same size. They could walk ou

This is Part V in this series, this digest, this stack of screencaps. The first four parts are here: one, two, three, and four.

Let’s hit it:

Is the truck longer in the audio? David James Keaton was saying so. Could be. 

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Always great to be in Rebecca’s classroom—thank you:

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Via Theo, who’s maybe in a previous installment of this?

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This is a gospel that needs spreading: “necessity.”


And, I think Mallory, in boots, was in the “IV”

This is from Murder by the Book—which shuttered up as soon as I was done, as the rain was coming down, and Houston’s understandably pretty water-shy this summer, and where we were was evidently a place that goes lake just when the humidity gets high enough.


That’s the with-specs shot. Here’s the without,where I suspect I’m, for reasons not really know, explaining Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle to the tolerant audience:


And yes, thatR

The first three parts of this are here: one, two, three.

And this part? Starts with “Rainy Day Book Porn,” of course:


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Which—those are some books Mongrels hasn’t shown up by yet. Cool.

And, lest we forget the audio version:




And, what’s weird, and maybe even unnecessary? To screen cap your (my) own (Whataburger) post instead of just uploading it straight from my camera roll:


(trick is, it all sizes better if it’s screenca

If you want to peel back the days:

And, would wait to post this until Monday or Tuesday, but the cool pics keep stacking up. If I wait any longer, this post won’t load. So, without me making this post any longer with boring words, let’s get to the snapshots:


Mongrels isn’t only with a book about the Black Hills, but . . . see how that’s where this wolf is going? He knows where’s good. He knows where matters.

And, way eas

is the author of 22 or 23 books, 250+ stories, and all this stuff here. He lives in Boulder, Colorado, and has a few broken-down old trucks, one PhD, and way too many boots