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The Boy Who Couldn't Talk, the story of Haystack a young foal born with an innate talent, he has yet to find out. In a tragic barn fire Libby, Haystack's mother dies. Amid the chaos, he learns what a true relationship with God means. As time progresses, Haystack meets Adam, The Boy Who Couldn't Talk. They develop an incredible bond that shows Haystack's true reason for living. Haystack and his barn companions; Boots the dog and Specs the rooster experience all the thrilling adventures in life, while they heal from the tragic loss of their friends.
Anna provides it all as if you are in the saddle along for the journey. Her rare books bring the readers joy from nearly every genre they can appreciate. She exuberantly brings the image and sentiments of the west to full life throughout the storyline. Yet, at the core of Judd's work is a black stallion who engages life into every aspect of the book. Haystack fills children's mind with wonder as he interacts with Marshal Spur and the Outrider Gang, to the mild minored young steed who brings Adam to new levels of learning in his life. Then he is brilliantly portrayed as a beautiful Appaloosa stallion in the Broncobuster as Cash. Anna is one of the greatest novelists and a freelance ghostwriter known for equestrian professional in every genre. Her young adult fiction novels and all books bring joy to the readers. Lizzy is the founder of Writers Publishing House/Ghost Writer Media, who writes under her pen name Anna Elizabeth Judd, a solid publishing firm with more than a decade of assisting clients will their publishing needs. She has a BA in fine arts, with a minor in Equine Science. On the side, she studied at Scottsdale Art Institute under Robert 'Shoofly' Shufelt. Lizzy writes books, which considering this website, makes perfect sense. She is best known for ghostwriting various best sellers in all genres. Along with her own novels based on the initial part of her working career, horse training. As she understands the importance of family values, Lizzy chose a pen name borrowed from her family tree, Anna Elizabeth Judd. When not absorbed in writing for clients, Lizzy can be found hiking, biking, or any outside activity. Although she does not train horses any longer, their spirits will always be a part of her soul. As a passionate entrepreneur Lizzy understands the importance of exemplary customer service, it is the basis for any successful business. In this case, Writers Publishing House was founded on the idea that the focus must be on the client's success. She believes, "Everyone should profit from their passion." If you want to know more about publishing a book, please visit her website at https://writerspublishinghouse.com where you can contact her about starting your book project today.