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Author with local ties publishes book

July 19, 2013

IF HORSES COULD TALK - TAILS OF TWO MUSTANGS
By Vickie L. Peach Wilkins

A Southwest Spanish Mustang narrates the story, giving his perspective, which sets a sweet tone that crawls into the heart of animal and non-animal lovers alike. Through trials and tragedies he shares meaningful life lessons woven through the story. He tells of the bond between horse and human while bringing some awareness of the needs of Mustangs to light. Take a journey with him and a friend, through laughter and tears, as he tells a significant part of his life story from “Foals And Other New Life” to “Running In Tall Green Grass.”

The horses in this book are connected to Bryant Rickman and the Choctaw Ponies located on Blackjack Mountain in Pushmataha County.

With the sense of being there, the author wants her readers to enjoy the experience, be captivated with the story, and come away with a different perspective.

Available now in paperback by going to www.createspace.com/4234224 or www.amazon.com and do a title and author search. The Kindle version will be available soon and available through most major book retailers.

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