Did you know that inspiration can come in a package that woofs? Great authors agree!
Here’s a glimpse into hilarious and adorable author pets that are just as famous as their owners!
1. Molly (aka the Thing of Evil)
Stephen King shares a special bond with Molly, whom he lovingly refers to as the Thing of Evil.
What do you think?
Evil must always sleep with one eye open. pic.twitter.com/i5hyPG6Szd— Stephen King (@StephenKing) July 15, 2020
Molly, aka the Thing of Evil, pleads for one more episode of THE BARKING DEAD. pic.twitter.com/ZXcs4aZnPL— Stephen King (@StephenKing) June 18, 2020
This actually used to be a forest before Molly, aka the Thing of Evil, showed up and chewed down all the trees. pic.twitter.com/7SpvonN4wl— Stephen King (@StephenKing) May 31, 2020
Busted! Dan Brown knows Winston is the only reason we follow him on social media!
Sorry, Dan Brown. As much as we like your Robert Langdon series, you keep us waiting too long, and Winston is just adorable.
Sending a virtual hug!
Watch for an announcement tomorrow about a fun new project! pic.twitter.com/8HBhw6WrjJ— Dan Brown (@AuthorDanBrown) February 19, 2020
Kim Perell calls “Tank,” her 210-pound English Mastiff, her favorite working companion. Tank looks like he loves Perell’s business advice.
Or is Tank the one giving Perell business advice? We are confused.
Francesca Serritella says Pip is her “tiny sun who radiates more light, love, and joy than could seemingly fit in his little body.“
And we think that’s the cutest thing we’ve heard anyone call their dog.
5. Wilkie Collins
Jess Kidd loves documenting the special relationship her dog, Wilkie Collins, has with socks. . . even muddy ones 😳.
Perhaps Wilkie could help Jess add a book titled “The Horrors of Muddy Socks” to her growing collection of mystery thrillers.
Thank you, you too! We are looking forward to spending time with a good book/muddy sock. 💙📚🧦 pic.twitter.com/eVkAGDLKSx— Jess Kidd (@JessKiddHerself) April 23, 2020
Wilkie Collins, being a literary gentleman, is VERY excited about his new bow tie and Wed 26th Feb. We’ll be talking to the glorious @SavidgeReads @MancLibraries about all things gothic, Victorian, mysterious and deliciously twisted. Join us! Details: https://t.co/qWEdQfBhOh pic.twitter.com/RHMuhwCmKe— Jess Kidd (@JessKiddHerself) February 20, 2020
Looks like author Sarah Joe has an extra pair of hands (paws) helping her out during quarantine.
A Gold(i)en pair of hands at that. How cute!