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  • If you are serious about becoming an author, then you need to be serious about the fact that being an author is also running a business. There are no two ways about it. Check your state, county, and city to see what’s required for your area. Below I have given you just a quick overview

  • Back Door Horse Author: Heather Wallace Pages: 256 Recommended Reading Age: 18+ I had the pleasure of meeting Heather Wallace in 2019 at the Equus Film Festival in Lexington, Kentucky. She was promoting her book Girl Forward about her experiences in Mongolia photographing the Gobi Desert Cup, an endurance horse race. Her love of horses

  • Have you ever had the urge to write a children’s book? Maybe a young adult novel to rival Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight? Or maybe you dream about writing a book such as The Diary of a Wimpy Kid. As always, the #1 advice I give to every aspiring author whether you have experience writing or not

  • Meg and Merlin: Making Friends Author: Tanya Landman Pages: 45 Recommended Reading Age: 7-12 Meg wants a horse of her own more than anything in the world. She has been taking lessons and rides well. But her parents lose their jobs and are unable to continue to pay for lessons. Meg hopes that she will

  • Coyote Sunrise and her father Rodeo have been wandering across the country for the past five years in a school bus nicknamed Yaeager. Ever since the loss of her mom and two sisters in a car accident, they have drifted from place to place with few rules to guide them along the way including no

  • Are you hunting for the perfect holiday gift for your horse-loving kids? We’ve got you covered with books perfect for toddlers, middle grade readers, young adults and beyond. This curated collection of horse books gives you some of the best choices in one spot! View the complete guide (pdf) (Issuu). Cowgirl LessonsRae RankinCowgirl Lessons is

  • I sat on a panel over the weekend at the 11th Annual Great Valley Bookfest speaking on the topic of Writing and Publishing Children’s Books 101 for the Indy Author. It’s a really important topic and one that just can fully be handled in an hour. Mariah Clark Skewes and I tackled as many questions

  • Ride On Faith Erin Hicks Pages 224 Recommended Reading Age 10-14 Victoria loves riding horses. It’s something she has been doing with her best friend Taylor. But after having an argument with Taylor over competing, Victoria leaves the Waverly Stables. She decides to start over at a new stable with no drama, no friends, and

  • False Gods – The Show Jumpers Challenge (Book 1 of 3) L.R. Trovillion Pages 372 Recommended Reading Age:  13-18 “You quit out of fear. You change course out of self-knowledge and wisdom” Cory’s life is a mess. Her parents are divorced, her mother is addicted to pain pills, and her sister is obsessed with dancing

  • Emily Edward Equestrian Extraordinaire (Book 1 of 2) Laura Holt-Haslam Pages 253 Recommended Reading Age: 8 – 13 Emily Edwards loves horses more than anything. When she wins a week at horse camp, she can’t believe her luck. Especially because with her mom on a secret mission and her dad struggling with Multiple Scholieosis (MS),