Angela Richards has lived in WV nearly all her life. She enjoyed countless family road trips and vacations throughout the state as a child, instilling a love and appreciation for everything the beautiful state has to offer. She and 100 Things West Virginia coauthor Melody Pittman are lifelong friends who met in 6th grade and have traveled the world together, land and sea, for 35+ years.
Author Melody Pittman, a native of West Virginia, was in downtown Logan Thursday morning to promote a new book she co-authored entitled 100 Things to Do in West Virginia Before You Die.
The co-author of 100 Things to Do in West Virginia Before You Die will give a presentation noon-1:30 p.m. today at the Greater Parkersburg Convention and Visitors Bureau Visitors Center. Melody Pittman’s presentation and book signing is in celebration of West
Hampshire County will play host to West Virginia native and author Melody Pittman, who will be holding book signings across the county next Saturday.