New Book Follows the Journeys of a Wanderer and His Dog

Author Karen Collins chronicles the exciting adventures of ‘The Bridge Troll and the Water Nymphs’.

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A truly enjoyable read based on the real adventures of a homeless man and his faithful bulldog.

PURCELLVILLE, Va. (PRWEB) July 30, 2014

The love for travel has long been a part of human nature, and throughout the world a number of people live their lives in a state of wanderlust, traveling from one place to another, living life to the fullest. In “The Bridge Troll and the Water Nymphs” (published by Xlibris) author Karen Collins has written a truly enjoyable read based on the real adventures of a homeless man and his faithful bulldog.

“The Bridge Troll and the Water Nymphs” follows the wanderer Bridge Troll and trusty canine companion. This enjoyable and colorful read shows how Bridge Troll travels the world, meeting new people and having meaningful experiences. Along the way, he helps and inspires those in need. In this certain adventure, he comes face to face with a water nymph who is in grave danger.

This inspiring picture book shows that appearances should not influence one’s perceptions on other people.

“The Bridge Troll and the Water Nymphs”
By Karen Collins
Softcover | | 8.5x8.5in | 15 pages | ISBN 9781499008968
E-Book | 15 pages | ISBN 9781499008999
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Mrs. Collins is a preschool teacher, wife and mother of two grown children. She lives in rural Virginia with her Husband and cat. She enjoys listening to people’s life stories and looks forward to happy endings.

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