In this thirteenth Equestrian Author Spotlight, I talk with L.R. Trovillion. She is the author of the equestrian novel, False Gods. Of course, we discuss the best topics on earth ... writing, books and horses! In the interview, you'll learn about her favorite horse book authors and that her favorite equine memory involves Santa Claus delivering a pony! As a writer, I absolutely fell in love with the motivational quote that is hanging over her desk and her answer to my question, "Why do you write?" I think you will appreciate the words of wisdom she offers in this spur jingling interview, too! Happy Reading.
Can you hear my spurs jingling? I've just heard from my editor. She has finished the first round of reviews to the sequel AND the feedback is positive. I can't wait to get back to work on the manuscript so I can get it into reader's hands this year. In celebration of this next step in the editing process, I thought I would reveal the title to the second book in the In the Reins series. Are you ready for the sequel title reveal? I can't wait!
Can you hear my spurs jingling? I am so excited to share that my equestrian romance, In the Reins, is featured as a recommended honeymoon read in the Wedding Issue of Horse & Style Magazine!
In this post, I share a list of resources that have helped me as a self-published equine author. Whether you're new to self-publishing, have already self-published, are looking for creative ways to network or want to excel at marketing your horse book, there's something for everyone on this list. So, if you're self-publishing your horse book, here's four equine author resources you'll want to gallop over to!
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Carly Kade writes for anyone who loves horses, handsome cowboys and a great romance. Creative writing about horses makes her spurs jingle!