CH 39.1 -- Eli’s poor horse struggled through the snow, exhausted. What a storm. Eli called out to Felix. “You’re a magical cat. Can’t you do anything about this weather?” Felix, who was wet and bedraggled himself, growled. “If you wanted a companion who could control the weather, you should have transformed a weather witch.… Continue reading Jay B. R. Wokky Ch. 39.1 — A Refuge in the Storm
CH. 34 -- Matthew, Mark, and their guards struggled through the snow. The temperature had dropped, and the wind tore at their clothing as it wailed around them. Matthew's teeth chattered. The driving snow felt like nails being hammered into his face. The horses were exhausted. They crested yet another hill and started downward. “We’ve… Continue reading Jay B. R. Wokky Ch. 34 — A Refuge in the Storm?
Book Giveaway: Last Day! Thursday, March 26 - Double Play: A Novel of Magic, a YA Fantasy by Carol Nicolas, available on Amazon A girl with a terrible secret. A young magician on a desperate mission. Together they face vengeful Fey, killer Giant rats, and gangs as they work to heal their fractured city. For… Continue reading Double Play Giveaway
Book Review: The Christmas Pony – Kristen D. Randle Xan (Alexandra) lives on a rescue horse farm, where horses and children get second chances. She has a warm, loving family, but she is restless and unhappy, yearning for something bigger in her life than unrequited love and dealing with her family and incompetent ranch hands.… Continue reading The Christmas Pony
It's so cold out there! I wish I could stay inside by the fire with some hot chocolate and a good book. If you are looking for something to read, try Heartland, by Davis Bunn. Cowboy JayJay Parsons has no idea is going on. One moment he is on a bus heading to California, and… Continue reading Heartland
Horses have always been (for me) a symbol of freedom, courage, and beauty. As a child I put on my black rubber boots and galloped out in the rain, neighing as I crested the green grassy hill on the playground. Trips to the library included as many of C. W. Anderson’s books as I could… Continue reading Horses