The 33 Worst Mistakes Writers Make About Horses

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Learn to avoid 33 common mistakes writers make when including horses in their stories. This excellent resource will help whether writing fantasy, historical fiction or contemporary fiction. (Previously published as Sue L. Huffman) More

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Words: 10,500
Language: English
ISBN: 9781936507108
About B. Burkheart

Becky takes frequent flights of fantasy, in real life as well as in her writing. It’s said that life is stranger than fiction, but Becky’s out to prove it’s possible to integrate it both ways. Whether she’s racing her Arabian horses through the woods, rapid firing her .45 or gargoyling from local rooftops, Becky finds it hard to stay grounded in the real world. Although she has yet to ride in a space ship (she did get to simulate crashing a 727) or to meet a real vampire (that she’s aware of), piratey dress, “arrgh matey’s” and pints of brew are standard fare on the odd weekend.

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Review by: Tressa Mancini on Sep. 01, 2012 : (no rating)
For the preson who does not know anything about horses, this is a great book! The athor draws on real life experience and incorpates that all throughout. She also brings up issues that most authors won't think of, or won't know to think of!

The book was also easy to read - one section slid into the other beautifully.

I was however a bit disappointed with how brief each section is. I would have liked more then an overview of each point. Also, if one has experience with horses or knowledge of them, one will find this book to cover what one already knows.

However, for the horse illiterate novelist, this is a great resource!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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