Wimberley, TX, December 16, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Texas author R.D. Jentsch has a chance meeting at a hair salon with a young illustrator, David C. Bryant and shocks the literary world by completing the book and illustrations within four short weeks and publishes it through BookSurge in three months.
Miss Jentsch wrote her children's book within a few hours and yet had no way to illustrate it. The next day at a chance meeting, while having her hair done, was introduced to young graphic artist, David C. Bryant. Mr. Bryant met only four times with Miss Jentsch to gain her vision and to finalize the project.
Judy Ingram, marketing executive, comments: “The children's book market is extremely competitive, many released are forgettable. Miss Jentsch has written and illustrated a unique, smart children's book about horses with personalities, treated with respect and in only 30 days. In a word, tremendous!”
By acting with speed and not letting the opportunity pass her by, Miss Jentsch embraced the idea writing, completing and off to the publisher within one month. The entire process of writing, illustrating and publishing process taking roughly four months. This is unheard of in the publishing world, where standard illustrated picture books take between 18 and 24 months, not to mention the length of writing and illustrating taking weeks, if not months.
Miss Jentsch is an avid horsewoman, respectfully treating her horses, focusing on natural horsemanship. She is committed to writing for children to learn about the kinder, gentler side of horsemanship. Miss Jentsch has spent many years honing her skills as a horsewoman and treating each individual horse according to their innate personality.
Miss Jentsch writes her children's book focused on giving children the opportunity to learn about horses and their personalities. The book, Hot on the Range, ISBN 1439208352 , can be found at Amazon, Abebooks, Alibris, BooksinPrint.com, BookSurge.com and available through Baker&Taylor, book distributors.
Miss Jentsch is 35 years old and lives outside of Wimberley, Texas. Her author's web log and book website can be located at the following: http://www.rdjentsch.com ,http://www.hotontherange.com