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  1. Terri Meyers says:

    Hi Jane,
    I would be happy to send you an autographed copy of my book. I am so sorry, I was not on this site for some months as I was extremely busy with my job and family and Shih Tzu’s! I recently left my job to pursue promoting my book through author days at schools and libraries and book signings at Barnes and Noble, etc.
    If you are still interested, please provide me with an address where I can ship an autographed copy to you. Since I took so long to reply, again, I apologize….I will provide you with a free autographed copy. Please send me your information and I will send this off to you. I will also provide you with some of my business cards. Please spread the word about my book! It sounds like you are doing some great work!

    Kind regards,

    Terri Meyers

  2. Jane says:

    I would be intersted in getting an autographed copy of your book. I have a four year old Shih Tzu, Leo, who is registered with Intermountain Therapy Animals program R.E.A.D (Reading Education Assistance Dog). We go to the local library where youngsters practise reading to him.

  3. Terri Meyers says:

    As a fellow Shih Tzu lover, I wanted to let you know that a book I wrote was just published and is available through Amazon.com and Target.com, among others. The name of the book is: Shih Tzu Achoo!! Anyone with a Shih Tzu will love it!! I just wanted to get the word out!

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