Flip's Diary

Flip's Diary

The ramblings of a free-spirited, risk-taking, philosophical canine

30 entertaining stories illustrated with fun black and white drawings. 

What they say:
“Loved the way it's written!”
“I chuckled my way through this”
“Easy reading. A book you can dip into whenever you feel like a light-hearted laugh!”
“The kids loved it!”

The aptly named Flip von Storm, philosophically sets out his hilarious daily exploits and frequent misunderstandings in order to demonstrate the rules, risks and loopholes available to dog-kind when living in a world run by Hugh-men. We enjoy his riotous memoirs and near (and often actual) disasters, as he recounts his exploits in a series of short stories. 

In this amusing set of short stories, Flip tells (among other things) of his meetings with the good, the bad and the ugly (and equally the traumas of encountering children), his innate ability to play a great game of football, the pains and pleasures of “training” Hugh-men, pier-group pressures, the pleasures and pains of vets, his first introduction to bird-kind, the joys of workmen’s toolboxes and the pleasures (and dangers) of Christmas celebrations.

Flip's Diary is available as both a paperback and a digital book for phones, Kindles and tablets.
Paperback printed version £ 12.50
ebook for tablets/Kindles/phones £ 5