This year has gone by so quickly, you guys. In January I released my second novel and yesterday I got all of my Equine Affaire paperwork–VIP parking pass, little hang tag for my rental car, a ticket stamped to a piece of paper promising a fun name badge–and realized November is almost here.
November! Where does the time go?
Okay, I have written three books since January. One of which I published. I know exactly where that time went. I even went to the Ohio Equine Affaire, braving snow and nearly sliding my car into the median somewhere between Cleveland and Columbus. Here’s hoping I won’t bring the snow with me next month at Equine Affaire–Massachusetts edition!
So, what is this Equine Affaire, you ask? Equine Affaire will be held November 10-13th in W. Springfield at the Eastern States Expo. If you’ve never been to Equine Affaire, think horses. Think wall-to-wall horses. All horses, all the time. Sound magical? (Of course it does!) You can get your tickets and learn all about it right here.
This year, I’ll be in a panel discussion about fictional horses and what they say about us–a topic I was born to talk about. At length. Maggie Dana, the tremendous author of Timber Ridge Riders, and thriller author Patti Brooks will be joining me. Connie Johnson Hambley, author of The Troubles, will be moderating. You can find us Thursday, Nov. 10th at 11am on the Seminar Stage.
Additionally, you won’t want to miss the panel discussion on the horse in fiction with the amazingly talented Natalie Keller Reinert, romance author Laura Moore, and Holly Robinson (author of Folly Cove). They’ll be Friday, Nov. 11th at 10am on the Seminar Stage.
But wait! That’s not all. I’ll be at the Taborton Equine Books booth in case you want to chat and/or get your book signed. You can get a copy of any of my books right there, or bring your own copy for a signature.
I hope to see you there!
Thursday, November 10: 11 AM
Taborton Equine Books
Thurs., Nov. 10: 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM
Friday, Nov. 11: 10 AM – 1 PM
Saturday, Nov. 12: 10 AM – 12 PM