The sequel to Show Barn Blues is now on pre-sale at Amazon! Thanks to so many readers for making it a number one horse book in several categories! Lots of early readers at Patreon have been loving the updates to the story of Grace, Kennedy, Anna and the other riders, grooms and boarders at Seabreeze Equestrian Center. … Continue reading First Read: Horses in Wonderland
If you're looking for something new for your Kindle, pre-order Horses in Wonderland and it will download automatically on December 26th, 2018. That's perfect if you're looking for a good excuse to hide out from family after the holiday... just let them know you have some very important reading to do! Just to catch you up, Horses in … Continue reading Horses in Wonderland Now on Sale
November is somehow always my busiest month, and this year is no exception. I have two huge announcements for readers! 1. Equine Affaire 2018 Booksigning I haven't been to Equine Affaire since 2016, so I am thrilled to come back November 10-11 to sign books and chat with readers! I'll be at the wonderful Taborton Equine … Continue reading Equine Affaire and New Equestrian Fiction Alert
Do you want to be the first to read new and unpublished writing? Guess what, kids -- that's a thing now. Because if you didn't know it, I'm sharing the new goods at Patreon now. Patreon is a subscription-based service which connects creators and their supporters. Artists, musicians, podcasters -- anyone who makes things for … Continue reading Read It First at Patreon
The intersection of horses and spiritualism is an interesting one to consider. Learn more about this equestrian devotional from Thomas Nelson.
A few weeks ago I uncovered the first chapter of the first draft of what would become Ambition. I was struck by a few things: one, that Jules was so self-centered it literally slowed the narrative down while Jules breathlessly described herself and her experience as a trainer. And two, that same breathless look, I … Continue reading Scenes From the First Draft of Ambition
March, where did you go? March is usually on my favorite month short-list, because it's my birthday month, and because the clocks spring forward and we can actually ride again, instead of putting in some sad twenty-minute nonsense before the sun goes down and we have to trudge home with all our goals unmet, just so the … Continue reading Vacation makes me more ambitious