Now that we've officially reached the Dog Days of Summer, I'm so pleased to offer a copy of my ebook, The Head and Not The Heart, as part of Equestrian Ink's Great Summer Reading Giveaway. I personally can think of no better use for summer than lounging next to an air conditioner, reading the day away - at least until it cools off enough to go riding!
Alex soon realizes that there are no easy answers. Having spent the past few years managing a Thoroughbred farm in Ocala, Florida, she finds herself wandering the dark streets of New York City in pursuit of a different life, questioning everything she's ever valued.
When I set out to write The Head and Not The Heart, I drew from my experiences at two very different aspects of the horse industry, from the sprawling breeding farms of Ocala, Florida, to the cramped and cold backside of the New York City racetracks. (And there's a smidgen of some of the strange places I've found myself in the city, too!) Writing about the places I have lived and loved has been one of the most enjoyable aspects of this books for me.
You can read the first chapter of The Head and Not The Heart at my blog, Retired Racehorse.
If you'd like to win a copy of the ebook of The Head and Not The Heart, leave a comment in the comment box and the winner will be randomly selected on Friday, 8/19.