Thriller author, Mark Dawson, donating sales proceeds to new mom with cancer

Imagine that you are pregnant and just got diagnosed with cancer. If you have chemo, you could lose your baby. If you don’t, you could lose your life. That was one mother’s choice.

Best selling thriller writer Mark Dawson has written a novel with all proceeds going to help one mother’s fight to stay alive to see her newborn child grow up. http://www.fightforphoenix.com/

Thanks to all who check out Mark’s novel and help Emma Johns fight the good fight.

God Bless.

Laura Hesse

A Filly Called Easter featured on Kindle Boards

Thank you, Kindle Boards for featuring “A Filly Called Easter” (2nd book down) and for the Amazon Reviewer who just posted the following comment: “I read the entire series of Laura Hesse books. Oh my. I don’t think I’ve ever seen any book about horses so cute in my life. A warm, friendly story about children and horses.” — Amazon Reviewer

Check out the Kindle Boards Feature: http://blog.kboards.com/2017/03/18/free-bargain-kindle-books-saturday-march-18/

Free Rein Series: New Beginnings by Christine Meunier

I have just had the chance to read the Free Rein Series: New Beginnings novel by Christine Meunier.

What a delight!

New Beginnings is just that. It is the story of a young girl’s dream to learn to ride and hopefully, one day, own a horse. The author, Christine Meunier, writes about stable duties, lessons, life at a stable, and all around horse care, while involving the reader in young Jacqui King’s quest to make new friends at a new school and learn all she can about everything ‘horse’. Jacqui’s parents support their daughter’s dream as they work hard cleaning up a leased property in order to turn it into a fully functional boarding stable, with a lot of love, prayers, and help from their kids.

Christine Meunier is an Australian writer who writes books for children with a distinct Christian theme and a lovely sense of ‘good’ kids leading ‘good lives’.  http://freereinseries.com/

If you are North American like me, it will take some time to learn the Auzzie ‘lingo’ for boarding stable and horse trailers, but you’ll figure it out.

This novel is suitable for young readers, especially city girls who dream of nothing but horses.