I love to write. And luckily for me – it is something I get to do a lot of. I write educational resources and I also write assessment tasks for work. With work, I provide feedback and emails as I manage students of equine courses. I also put together words about horse careers in my blog, Equus Education. And of course, I write horse books! Sometimes, I think I write them solely because I love to read a horse story – and the ones I write often take the path I want! Though some just write themselves 😉
Although I get plenty of opportunity to write various things, I have found the past week I’ve just been itching to sit down and work on a novel! Of course, that’s easier with a set idea or scene in my mind, and that hasn’t really been happening… Plus, I’ve had so much going on in the writing world outside of actually penning a story!
To Write a Novel
I have recently finished reading over and editing Refuge. The plan is to design a cover and hopefully release the book this month. I have also been working on reading and reviewing other peoples’ books for my blog and other various tasks that have required my attention much more urgently than getting the words down for my next novel. But I hope to change that tonight!
So once I’ve finished writing this blog post, I plan to turn my attention back to my newest novel idea: the Chemistry of Horses.
On a side note, I was reviewing Kindle sales for the month of May. It was a pleasant surprise to see that all 9 books in the Free Rein series sold in one day! Woohoo! There is something to be said for writing a series – some people just love a story that continues 😉 I really need to get my act together for Free Rein 10! I have penned some ideas and a scene or two, so will aim to work on that in the near future, also… perhaps for Camp Nano in July? 😉
That’s all from me for now! So what horse book are you reading currently that you’re really enjoying? I have just finished Never Too Late by Cora Colt and am almost finished the Unicorn King by Laura Hesse.