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Monday, November 22, 2010
Books and Horses and Other Things I (We?) Love
This fall I have doing lots of riding and reading and tons of promotion (but not much writing). I just came back from the Kentucky Book Fair, where I was surrounded by horse-loving authors--and readers! 210 authors to be exact, and around 4,000 attendees, and too many horse books to count (or buy!) I twice drove down the Old Frankfort Pike, home to some of the grandest horse farms I have ever seen. I also visited two elementary schools were "The World of Horses" was their theme for the year! So for four days, I was in horse-heaven.
Since I have been guest blogging a lot to help publicize my latest books, I have also gotten to know and love many horsey/booky blogs that I never would have discovered if it weren't for my promotion push. I'd love to share them with you because as readers, writers and horse lovers, we need to support others who are as passionate as we are. I will also shamelessly mention that some of these links go to my guest blogs or my book giveaways on these sites. Hey, I did say I was trying to promote!
For a good belly laugh and some tart musings on life, head to Crazy Texas. Crazy Texas Mama is not just funny and smart-mouthed, she's also attending graduate school to become a motivating and motivated reading teacher (which I discovered through our many e-mails) While you are there, enjoy my guest post and enter a giveaway for Whirlwind and Gabriel's Horses.
For more literary fare, go to http://www.greatbooksforhorselovers.com This site has reviews, writing tips and information on The Literary Horse Exhibit.
If you go to Great Books for Horse Lovers Alison, you'll find reviews of Whirlwind and Shadow Horse plus an interview.
For the young reader, writer and rider in your life, the Girls Horse Club site is terrific with a capital T. Right now the site has a giveaway of many different horse books, CD's etc.
For some of the pithiest reviews of horse books, don't miss Whitebrook Farm. Here I learned that the 2010 National Book Award Winner is a horse book--Lord of Misrule-- from a small press! It's hard to get on Amazon, so I'm ordering early.
Last but not least, don't forget our own Linda Benson's blog where she's hosting a book giveaway. Add your own favorite book/horse blog to comments and share these blogs/sites with other book and horse crazy folk and let's keep the love going.
Labels: Horse Blog, Horse books
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Sorry for the one or two typos, but for the life of me, I can not figure out how to edit these #$%^ things once you click on them!
Can you post the other blogs as links? Can't hi-lite the link, copy it and paste it to my browswer because the paragraph is protected. Only way is to write them all down and re-type them into my browser.
I fixed it for you, Alison, I hope. You can see the links now.
Thank you Jami! I'm going to have to figure out how to do that!
Thanks Alison, for the links to those blogs and websites. And yes, books and horses are two of the things I love best, too!
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