This blog post first appeared on http://www.kathleendenly.com, June 4, 2018. How to Write about Horses in Historical Fiction by Tisha Martin Horses have long since been an icon in American history, a loyal friend to the cowboy in the movies or in a novel. Often, too many historical writers don’t capitalize on the benefit of … Continue reading How to Write about Horses
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Don't know about you, but this winter's dragged on forever with no end in sight. Here in the Midwest, we had our first snow over Christmas. Then negative below temps stretched three grueling weeks, as did the snow. And in February, it kept snowing, melting, snowing, melting, raining, snowing, melting, raining, snow---Ahhh! The country … Continue reading Three Ways to Beat the Winter Blues
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