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Author bio - the long(er) version

Raised around the rolling hills of West Virginia, few things sparked Jill Perry Carpenter’s imagination like a blank sheet of paper just waiting to be filled.

Growing up with three sisters and a variety of animals provided ample fodder for Jill's stories, which she has entertained her friends and family with at every opportunity.

Jill finally decided to officially document some of these stories and in 2014 became a published author.

She has begun with a series of stories inspired by a pit bull she adopted off of death row (pictured above), and by the scenes and unique atmosphere of the inner city she lives in. The Street Dog is the first title in the series, to be followed by many more. Www.waltthestreetdog.com

In addition to writing, Jill has designed a line of dog and horse themed apparel called The Critter Collection www.thecrittercollection.com. She travels to pet fairs and expos on the east coast to meet with her readers and customers.

Jill, her husband Ed and her Muse now live in Delaware, where there are endless sheets of blank paper waiting to be filled.

 

Author bio - short and sweet

Jill Perry Carpenter was born in Huntington, WV and is a graduate of Marshall University.

She is a long time animal enthusiast spending her early years training and competing horses and is a big supporter of dog rescues, particularly those serving Pit Bulls.
Jill is currently working on a series of children’s books where a group of canine friends have daily adventures and challenges that parallel those of children growing up in our modern society. The first book in the series , “The Street Dog,” is published by Balboa Press and is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.com. Learn more about the series at www.waltthestreetdog.com

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Praise for 'The Street Dog'

 

By Barbara Morrison on December 14, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Heartwarming story of a homeless dog. I hope to see more adventures of Walt and his friends. I love the adorable illustrations!

By Emily on December 19, 2014
Format: Paperback
Adorable. I love the unique illustrations!

By Gift Card Customer on December 23, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I love the illustrations!


Anonymous

Posted December 18, 2014

This is a heart warming, easy to read story about a dog who finds a "forever" home.  You and your kids will love it!!