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Born and raised in Redwood City California, Lita Eitner-England holds two degrees from San Jose State University.  She worked in Television and Film in San Francisco for several years before marrying her husband, Garonn.  Lita lives with her huband and daughter, Mica.  The late Tiffany Konishiki Bullman, or "Tiffy," is the beautiful, red brindle Bulldog sitting next to Lita, and, of course, she was the inspiration behind the Bullmina series.  Lita is outlining a third book for "The Bullmina Trilogy" which will take place in contemporary America, following Bullmina and Chou Chou II's descendants. After losing their beloved Tiffy in 2009 to cancer, the Englands have fostered Bulldogs that were surrendered to Northern California Bulldog Rescue.

At the 2010 Division III Bulldog Specialty Show

At her recent book signing at the Northern California Division III Bulldog Specialty Show in Concord, California, Lita sold more than $500 worth of books. 100% of the book sale proceeds went directly to Northern California Bulldog Rescue. A big thanks to everyone who bought a book and for helping to support Bulldog rescue!

2004, Courtesy of Laura Marshall Photography, San Jose, California.



This is Leslie Hoops-Wallace's beautiful drawing of Tiffy, which appears next to the dedication page in the first book.  With this illustration, Leslie won the job of illustrating the Bullmina series.   Leslie Hoops-Wallace is a well-known illustrator currently living in Georgia.  She graduated from the Academy of Art College in San Francisco, has illustrated several books and teaches art classes in Georgia.  You may contact Leslie about her beautiful work at

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