Yesterday saw the release of my newest novel, Pride. If you haven't picked up my Eventing Series yet, this weekend is a perfect opportunity to get in on the action. This follow-up to Ambition doesn't require you to read the other books, but if you want to meet the characters in their debuts, for a limited time, you can … Continue reading Early Reviews for New Eventing Novel Pride
It's a sequel years in the making: the second book in The Eventing Series, featuring Jules Thornton, a young trainer struggling to make her eventing dreams come true. Readers have been writing to me and asking for the next installment in Jules' story ever since Ambition was first released. I'm happy to bring you all Pride, and I promise I have … Continue reading Pride, the sequel to Ambition, is now available!
My newest equestrian novel, Show Barn Blues, is now available at Amazon! This ebook edition is part of Kindle Select, which means Amazon Prime members can can borrow it for free. I'm so excited to bring Grace and her horses to you. Set in central Florida, Show Barn Blues explores barn politics, the business of horses, and … Continue reading Show Barn Blues: New Equestrian Fiction
This post was originally published at Equestrian Ink. Setting up a training calendar is easy, right? You pick a horse show date and you move backwards, working out a nice hypothesis of where you'll be in training each week running up to the show. Nothing to it, because predicting how quickly and how competently your … Continue reading Story Outlines: A Writer’s Training Calendar
Part of my Great Equestrian Books review series, this post was originally published at Retired Racehorse in 2013. I have a fabulous horse racing romance to share with you this week! It's one of the most fun, suspenseful, and horsey romances you'll ever read. Keeping The Peace is the first of a series built around a … Continue reading Great Equestrian Books: Keeping The Peace by Hannah Hooton
I recently had the pleasure of reading a new racing novel by equestrian author Mara Dabrishus's Stay The Distance. This is the story of July Carter, her racing family, and one tough summer in Saratoga. It's a coming of age story, but not the one you're used to. July is in that pivotal summer between high school … Continue reading Interview: Equestrian Author Mara Dabrishus
This post originally appeared at Retired Racehorse Blog in 2013. I'm a huge proponent of independent publishing, not least because it has allowed horse books to enter a whole new level. Gone are the days when I could choose between a $5.99 paperback from the Thoroughbred series or a $35.95 hardcover tome on dressage principles if … Continue reading Taking Chances: Equestrian Writers Who Collaborate Instead of Competing