Maryland Equestrian Novels
Murphy’s Law Farm Mysteries
Stand Alone Books
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What’s Hygge? How to Love (Tolerate) Winter for Those Who Hate It Hygge? No, it is not a Scottish dish or the name of a character from Game of Thrones. It is a mindset or way of thinking embraced by people especially in the northern climes of Denmark and Sweden. The best English translation for…
Have you ever turned on the hose, left the water running, and forgot about it? Confession time! I know my horse owner friends can relate to this. How many of you have gone to fill the water trough and forgot about it? Well, last week I turned on the hose to fill our backyard ornamental…
The Decision to Sell a Horse is Not Unlike a Break-up Five Questions you need to explore in order to avoid FOBU (Fear of Breaking Up) or other guilt trips arising from decisions to quit, walk away, or move on I have only sold three horses in my whole life of horse ownership. I worry…
. . .plenty of suspense. I rooted for Cory Iverson on every page of this beautifully written novel. Trovillion’s prose is vivid, her equine setting authentic.”
– Sasscer Hill, Author of Flamingo Road (Fia McKee Mysteries)
Amazing book. This was a page turner with well-developed characters. Touching on self-esteem, bulimia, bullying, real friends, and finding your inner voice. I look forward to reading more by this author.
– Amazon Review
(Horse Gods) got increasingly more intense to a point where I was literally holding my breath while flying through the pages late into the night. No matter your equestrian experience, this book is a brilliant read for all ages.”