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
If you're looking for new stories to read since you finished Luck (I know how quickly you people read!) then zip over to my Patreon page. I've posted several unpublished pieces, including a short story told by a racehorse, a deleted scene from Luck, and the first chapter of my upcoming sequel to Show Barn Blues. Just join my … Continue reading New Stories & First Chapter of Show Barn Blues Sequel
Happy 2018, everyone! We're already zipping through January, and it's been a cold one for many of us here in the US - perfect reading weather, if you ask me. And a lot of readers agree, because LUCK was released this month to my strongest book release sales yet. The reviews for LUCK are absolutely … Continue reading News on Luck (Book 4 of the Eventing Series) and new short stories
It's time for Book 4 of the Eventing Series! While Ambition, the first book, is still racking up week upon week as one of the best-selling horse books on Amazon, I've been getting book 4 together for readers. Why else would I do with my holiday break? The cover of Luck is a departure from the rest of the … Continue reading Luck: Book 4 of the Eventing Series
It's a little premature to list my favorite books of 2017 - after all, we have two more (three more? I'm bad at dates) weeks in the year, and I have a few titles on the shelf that I'm still really excited to get to in the next couple of weeks. But I'm thinking about … Continue reading My Favorite Books of 2017 – Equestrian and Otherwise