Frugal horse feeding doesn’t have to be rocket science, but it does take some creative horse sense. Here are four tips to get you started.
Like so many things, life has slowed down now that the holidays are over and winter has firmly settled in. And the fridged temperatures haven’t leaned to many winter photos so far. In fact, it seems like months since I’ve touched my camera (or my scribblings, for that matter). But the other day, I was […]
“You okay, miss?”
There was a decisive east-coast clip to his voice. A quick ocular scan upward confirmed he was cleanly dressed and his face mildly appealing. Intending to only glance at his eyes, she found herself locked into his aureate gaze. The full weight of something predatory met her. Through the fading scent of camels, her nostrils flared slightly as she picked up the sweetness of Old Spice and musty rain.
I’m not gonna lie, I’m more motivated to hike a trail if I get to see a cool site at the end…
A quick disclaimer: I’m a novelist, not a food blogger. But since I was hard-pressed for a classic(ish) egg salad sans mayo, I had to share.
We all know some species of birds lay their eggs on the ground. They are neat to find — for once humans get a birds’-eye-view of the nesting habits of our aviary friends. But what happens when that aerie is in a hazardous spot? Say, right in your horse’s paddock or pasture? Is it possible […]
While I’m revamping my writing process, I’m also creating a character profile for my new protagonist — vices, tics, skeletons and all.
That’s right – ticks. I loathe them. In fact, I’m pretty sure they are straight from the pits of hell… Needless to say, I’ve didn’t want to risk bushwhacking just to snap a few pictures.
Every aspiring author wants to be known for writing an epic story. Yet many of us will never get there; not unless we do the deep, hard work and lean into our craft. That is why it is so important to start with the right foundation to launch our novels forward. Over the past few […]
The cold is painfully pinching my toes – I hate standing still in the winter. But it’s what I have to do, because he’s running.