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It’s been an interesting year.
At this time my children’s book, ‘My Mommy Loves Me, Yes She Does’, is still in the works. Still working on the right imagery. However, I am the publisher and editor of the new e-magazine, ‘New Mexico Vegan’, which is thriving. You can visit the weblog for New Mexico Vegan (e-magazine) at http://www.newmexicovegan.wordpress.com, where you can view the present January 2016 issue as well as the past issues of the magazine.
There are several books in the works but with on going projects sometimes…delays happen.
Thank you for your support and may your New Year be one of Joy, Peace and harmony.
Ahimsa – Live Vegan,
As I go through my day, ideas for this project and that project constantly raise through my thoughts. The thing is that there are so many that I’m in a mind project traffic jam. Waiting on one project to get out of the way so the other could fall in place.
Currently waiting on the illustrations for my next children’s book, My Mommy Loves Me, Yes She Does!. In the meantime trying to get my poetry book that has been in project traffic jam for a year or so now.
I enjoy these artistic venues, just wish I had more time to devote to it.
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Contact Information: Nancy Arenas
505-332-0446 or email@example.com
Authors/Art Production: Nancy Arenas & John Burchell Nancy Arenas & John Burchell announce the Release of their new Vegan Children’s Book, What Does ‘Vegan’ Mean?
Albuquerque New Mexico – Local Albuquerque ballroom dance partners, Nancy Arenas & John Burchell, have added another inventive project to their repertoire. The two have created a wonderful vegan children’s book that explains, This book is a love project for Nancy who is trying to convey the message of love and compassion for all humans and non-humans alike. The vibrant lovable characters, Castielle and Duncan, will fascinate children with their simple story of love and compassion for the whole world.
What Does ‘Vegan’ Mean?, is a new and exciting to share with all children but specially vegan kids. The book has colorful illustrations and a wonderful conversation between a brother, Duncan and his sister, Castielle. The book is 8.5 x 0.1 x 8.5 inches.
Nancy Arenas & John Burchell are proud to offer their newest work, What Does ‘Vegan’ Mean?, now available on Amazon.com.