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Dirt & Bones: Words, Words, Words

My current manuscript (the first book of the BONE FIRE Duet) is set more than 7,000 years ago in the Wallachian Plains of Eastern Europe (now part of Romania). My main male character is Jorn the Word Singer. One of … Continue reading

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Eastern European Research Trip – Horses!

I have loved horses since I was very young, and one of the “characters” in my novel-in-progress, BONE FIRE, is a horse. Horses from 5000 B.C. (the timeline of the novel) were quite different from horses today. They were smaller, … Continue reading

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Your Pet! Horses!

Veronica and Kristi on their horses. According to Veronica and Kristi, one of the great joys of living in the country is having the opportunity to ride their horses. Whether they are participating in barrel race competitions or simply taking … Continue reading

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Your Pet! Mackinac Horses!

Each June, the folks on a beautiful little island in northern Lake Huron (Michigan) celebrate a lilac festival. The island is Mackinac Island, (pronounced Mac-i-naw) famous for its horses, its Victorian-era charm and of course its lilacs. For years, in … Continue reading

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About Horses

When I was eight years old, my my best friend’s mom took a group of us kids to the fair. We decided to spend some of our tickets on a pony ride. I had my heart set on the little … Continue reading

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