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Brooks Eason


Brooks Eason has practiced law in Jackson, Mississippi, for more than 35 years but has resolved to trade in writing briefs for writing books. He lives with his wife Carrie and their two elderly rescue dogs, Buster and Maddie, and an adopted stray cat named Count Rostov for the central character in A Gentleman in Moscow, the novel by Amor Towles. In their spare time, the Easons host house concerts, grow tomatoes, and dance in the kitchen.

Books, who has three children and four grandchildren, is also the author of Travels with Bobby—Hiking in the Mountains of the American West about hiking trips with his best friend.

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Bedtime with Buster

Conversations with a handsome hound

Do you channel your dog?

That is, do you speak to your dog and then respond as your dog? In Bedtime with Buster, author Brooks Eason does. And does he ever!

In this hilarious, insightful new book, the author and his handsome hound Buster debate a number of existential questions for dogs: Why don’t they live as long as people do? Why don’t they have thumbs? Why can’t mixed-breed dogs compete for Best in Show at Westminster? And what did a hound dog ever do to Elvis?

Also by Brooks Eason

Bedtime with Buster

Children’s Edition

Buster’s wit and wisdom, specially edited to share with the little ones. It makes for a great family bedtime tradition.

Fortunate Son

the story of baby boy francis

Julie Francis was a beautiful, wealthy socialite from Tulsa with a golden future. But during the fall semester of her freshman year of college, she learned she was pregnant. She was only 17.


It is by turns thought-provoking, humorous, poignant and joy-filled. It is as much a story of discernment as discovery – and of ultimately finding grace in each person, occurrence and encounter.

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Fortunate Son