In this blog entry, I am posting a recent interview with Rod Espinosa, award winning artist and illustrator who was chosen by my publisher, Sarah Publishing, to illustrate my newest children’s book entitled, Ariel: Therapy Dog of the Rio Grande Valley. cheap albion silver You can see some information (including how to order it) about the book here:1. What is the best website to go to for information about you and your work?
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Date: January/February 2014
A Southern Missive: Containing special news, interviews, reviews, and articles, written by Rickey E. Pittman
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