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It's actually been a while since I have been able to blog, because I've been working on this website, my podcasts, as well as forging ahead in writing.
I finished the first book in my Children's book a couple of weeks ago, "What Happens When Puppies Pray? The Lo Tee Bugg Chronicles"
An epic children's series that tells of a puppies plight to find his forever home.
I'm really thrilled with the results.
It's been a long road.
My pet son passed away last year at Christmas. It was then that I vowed that I would turn his life story into an enchanting children's series that would teach children how to love their pets deeply.
To many people get pets for their children, but don't teach them how to love them appropriately. This series is meant to show children that all dogs are just puppies at heart and all puppies should be loved.
After searching for the perfect illustrator for this project I am so thrilled to be working with an extraordinary talent.
I had plans to work with other artists, but those plans fell through. But everything happens for a reason, and God always comes through with His plans for us and my new artist is evidence of that.
As you will see, he is astoundingly talented and I am so grateful for his collaboration on this very special project.
He took my son and brought him back to life for me and whether he realizes it or not, he has helped to heal my broken heart.
You so Lo Tee Bugg, was one of the greatest loves I have ever known.
He was awesome soul and he loved me immensely. Since his passing that love has been absent from my life, but through Sang's talents, my boy will live on forever.
Sang exceeded my wildest imaginations of perfection in capturing my son's likeness, spunk and character and now my days have become brighter when I seen him come to life in Sang's illustrations.
Sang is a masterful young talent that is doing much for me than my illustrations for a children's book, because in truth he is giving me my son back.
And for that, I am eternally grateful.
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