Marketing and Scams

Well, maybe scam is putting it a bit strongly, but I somehow triggered the ‘give us your money, we have 850,000 contacts who want to buy YOUR book!’ ads before I even got any manuscripts to my e-publisher.  I suppose it is possible that the advertisers might genuinely have hundreds of thousands of live contacts […]

Lost in Cyberspace

Seeking Common Ground which focuses on equine behavior and handling horses from the ground and The Gymnastic Circle which focuses on equine biomechanics, conditioning and lungeing should be available soon! I actually sent the first manuscript off to the e-publishers the end of January. Apparently it disappeared into cyber space somewhere between my computer and […]

Beta Readers and Field Tests

One of my questions  my Fly By Night publisher never responded to was how to go about getting a couple of beta readers for my manuscripts. I have this peculiar and persistent idea that my instructions and stories on horse training should be tested to make sure that they are accessible, engaging, and usable before […]

Learn To See

By the time a horse begins to vocalize (groan) with pain IF they ever do make noise at all their situation is life threatening.  Noticing signs of pain , distress, and discomfort early on is vital in schooling and competition as well as horse keeping. Learn to see, not just look! Here are a few […]