I'm excited to combine two of my passions... I signed a story contract!!
Writing about horses is more than simply writing about the horse....
I’m very excited to welcome author and editor, Tisha Martin, to the blog today to talk to us about horses in fiction. This is the second in a series of posts Tisha is sharing with us. If you missed the first one, you can read it HERE. Thank you so much for sharing your expertise with … Continue reading Five of My Favorite Horse Scenes
When odds are against you, do what my friend Starr did. . .
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With my cursor at the beginning of Chapter 1 of my WWII historical fiction novel, I hit Ctrl+Enter and sighed. Beginning a book all over again isn't pleasant sometimes. I loved this chapter. I mean, really liked it, even though I knew all along something wasn't quite right about it. For several months, I struggled to … Continue reading Five Things I Learned After Writing My First Chapter
I had high hopes for succulent research, until a Good search made my path even harder.
More photo inspiration! Vintage quilt | three ladies walking down sidewalk | Dan Patch, racehorse | 1943 Western Horseman magazine (which, by the way, took me three years to find on eBay. Hands-on history is a fun challenge to get a hold of.) 🙂
Check out what I'm writing about! Historical fiction photo inspiration!