K. C.
About Rebekah as her Journey Begins
 by K.C. Pyatt

Paperback, 5x8, 60 pages, $9.95

Rebekah, a small black dog that has been abused
terribly by humans, has no idea what God has
planned for her. She doesn't know if she can trust
the young couple that have adopted her. Because
she has never had the opportunity to establish a
relationship with anyone, even other animals, the
discovery that other dogs and cats can talk as well
as she does, is only the beginning of what lies ahead
for her. Soon she is partnering with one of God's
angels to assure God's will is realized for those with
special wishes. To accomplish these tasks, she
must battle evil. But her question is, "How? I am
just too little."

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About the Author

K. C. Pyatt grew up on a farm in upper east Tennessee.  She taught
Business in college for two years before moving to Oak Ridge, Tennessee at
the age of 24 to accept employment with the Department of Energy.  She
and her husband, Bruce, live in Oak Ridge with their two dogs and four
cats.  She is currently working on a doctoral degree in Christian Counseling.