Riding & Writing Highlights an Interview with Western Novelist Anna Elizabeth Judd

Gina McKnightMonday Creek Publishing, author, freelance writer, equestrian, blogger, and poet invites readers to explore her international blog, Riding & Writing, about horses, writers, authors, books, cowboys, equestrians, photographers, artists, poets, poems, and more horses.

The Western Novelist: An Interview with Anna Elizabeth Judd: Archived from the June 2021 issue of Florida Equine Athlete – It’s always fun to connect with a fellow horselover and writer! Anna Elizabeth Judd (Lizzy) writes about the thrills and adventures of living in the old West. She has a knack for engaging readers into wild and wooly scenarios that entertain. A horse owner, Lizzy writes about horses from her own experience and imagination. As a horse trainer, she knows the value of horsemanship and good barn ethics. A best-selling author, Lizzy writes modern western novels and children’s literature.  Read more here!

New! Seasons on the Farm Starring Horse Casey and Friends! Coloring Book – Ohio illustrator Kelly Lincoln announces her new 11 x 8 1/2 coloring book for all ages about everything horsey! Everyone will enjoy coloring horses, learning about gaits, tack, horse breeds, barn items, and more. A companion to 5-Star Memoir Hard Way to Go: The Horse of a Lifetime by NC Matheny, Lincoln’s illustrations will keep you busy for hours! A maze, word search and crossword puzzle add to the fun! Read more here!

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