Hello, everyone! I missed blogging last week, and I'm feeling super lazy this week, so I'm going to talk about my recent learning curve on Video Blogging.
So if you go onto YouTube, the majority of professional Mermaids have their own video blog channels, where they rant about everything from dealing with pool chlorine to what kind of sea shells they like best. Since I have plans to "go pro" in the future, I figured I should start establishing my video blog channel, so tha
The Keeper of Fire was recently entered into the 2018 Ink and Insights writing contest, which concludes in August. A panel of four judges reads and reviews the first 10,000 words of your book (in my case, the prologue and chapter one), and they receive a one-page summary of the book's remainder. I didn’t think anything of it; my publisher has entered my book into several little contests. So I was surprised when I got my “feedback” from Ink and Insights via email. Four judges.
Photo: My Arabian and I trying an obstacle course for the first time together
“Every time you are handling your horse you are either training them or untraining them.” Some wizened clinician (or several) said that, and it’s something every rider and handler should keep in their mantra when interacting with their beloved equines. Am I setting my horse up for longevity, or daily struggle? A cliché’ example; you can bully a horse into a trailer, but you’re going to have to fig