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6 thoughts on “How a Wolf Named Romeo Won Hearts in an Alaska Suburb

  • john b.

    Hi. I was impressed by your admission of getting choked up sometimes when thinking of Romeo. I still get choked up about those who have gone before me, like a 51 yrs young lady best friend at work several years ago. Or about fellow infantry soldiers in Vietnam 47 years ago who I can still see so clearly, all good guys gone. Wasn’t fair. Not any of it.

    I’m a little confused about whether you wrote the book about Romeo. Did you? Or did you tell the story to another author? Please explain?

    Thanks, John

  • sworrall Post author

    Hi John – thanks for checking in. I am glad that you were touched by the beautiful story of Romeo, the wolf.Sadly, I am just the messenger – I curate the series Book Talk for NG. The author is Nick Jens. He was telling the story. I highly recommend the book. Best wishes, SW

  • sworrall Post author

    Thanks for checking in. The book is by Nick Jens. I curate the NG Book Talk series and interviewed the author. Best wishes, Simon

  • sworrall Post author

    Thanks for checking in, Viree. It’s a great book. Highly recommended. I curate the Book Talk series for NG. We have another very powerful story right now about the exploitation of orcas at SeaWorld by a former elite trainer, John Hargrove. Best, Simon