The intersection of horses and spiritualism is an interesting one to consider. Learn more about this equestrian devotional from Thomas Nelson.
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
I'm so excited, I have to blog about it. Today two of my favorite authors announced they have new books coming out this fall. And another favorite of mine just dropped the latest in a fast-paced serial which has "next weekend's read" all over it. While there are always awesome new books to read, I'm … Continue reading What a year for horse books!
For Bill Bryson fans, Mr. Bryson can do no wrong. And you'd better believe I'm a Bill Bryson fan. His travel stories are the perfect blend of grouchy internal monologue and "oops did I say that aloud" less-than-internal monologues. As a grouchy internal monologue super-user, I identify with Bryson every time the human race does … Continue reading Book Review: Wanderlust and laughter from “The Road to Little Dribbling”
Eleven books ago, when Kate came to Timber Ridge Stables and became Holly's companion, we could all see this was the beginning of a beautiful relationship. And it has been! Through horse shows and horse camps, blizzards and summer storms, film shoots and crime scenes, Kate and Holly have been through it all together. They're … Continue reading New Horse Book Review! “Something Royal” is Something Delightful
Here's a rare experience for me: reading a book so intensely personal, I was literally nodding my head "yes, yes," along with the narrator's internal dialogue. Here's a rare experience for me: finishing a book, reading the teaser of the follow-up book on the next page, and immediately downloading that book so I could continue the journey … Continue reading Two Winners: Equestrian Fiction from Mary Pagones
I just wanted to give a quick shout-out to the readers who have taken a few minutes (or more than a few minutes, judging by the length and detail of some of these things) to leave reviews for Show Barn Blues. You are so, so appreciated. I don't even have the words. Mary Pagones called it "a … Continue reading Thanks for the reviews!