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Writing is Hard!

Published by • Jan 30th, 2016 • Category: Books & Writing, Non-Fiction

by WhinnyLove | Hey guys! Now, I haven’t been writing as many fiction stories as before. The reason is… I have writer’s block!



Book News: Wild at Heart by Terri Farley

Published by • Jun 5th, 2015 • Category: Books & Writing

by LeadMare | Author and wild horse advocate Terri Farley truly understands the bond between girls and horses…



Ponies and Poems: A Place to Begin

Published by • Mar 31st, 2013 • Category: Books & Writing, by Julia

by Julia | It has been at least six years since I sat at my family’s clunky desktop computer and typed up my first poem. It was about the first horse I rode at my local riding stable, and it was back when I was absolutely convinced every poem had to rhyme. I submitted it to Girls Horse Club, and I was overcome with excitement to find it had been published on the site…



NaNoWriMo

Published by • Nov 14th, 2011 • Category: Books & Writing

by Peanut | Hello, my GHC writers. A horribly amazing thing has been going on in the writing world and, knowing me, I had to bring some horses into it. It has been taking away all free time and social life from it’s participants…



Run Free

Published by • Oct 9th, 2011 • Category: Books & Writing

by Peanut | Hay guys! I just wanted to get some input on a story I wrote for the Voice for the Horse writing contest. Tell me what ya’ll think about it. (By the way, the theme is wild horses…)



REVIEW: Dark Fire by Angela Dorsey

Published by • Sep 12th, 2011 • Category: Books & Writing, Previews & Reviews

by Toppyrocks | Only a few weeks ago (two, maybe?) a package came for me in the mail. It was eight by five and a half inches, and about an inch thick. Printed on the returned postage stamp on the front of the cardboard box was ‘Girls Horse Club.’ It was my books…



REVIEW: Sundancer by Shelley Peterson

Published by • Mar 28th, 2011 • Category: Books & Writing

by Toppyrocks | Ever wish you could talk to animals, and have them actually understand you? Well, Bird can. When a magnificent horse arrives at Saddle Creek Farm, Bird is instantly intrigued. But he’s got a problem (or rather, a whole load of problems) and so does she. While Bird can talk to animals, she doesn’t talk to people…



REVIEW: Chancey of the Maury River

Published by • Jan 23rd, 2011 • Category: Books & Writing, Critique Me!

by Luna Digro | Chancey of the Maury River follows the life of Chancey,an albino gelding. Chancey, who has disabilities, thinks he is doomed to a life in a pasture, until the owner of Maury River Stable buys him…



Wanted: Inspiration

Published by • Oct 18th, 2009 • Category: Books & Writing, by Julia, Junior Blogger Archives

by Julia | The last time I sat down with the sole intention of writing to my favorite horse girls was all the way back in May! That’s five months, right? Math isn’t my strong suit… Anyway, I decided to write this when I was looking back through older blogs and fiction that I had written back in 2007. I came across the newsletters on Maggie, the HopeFoal that I was so inspired by when I had heard her story here at GHC…



Learning From Different Places

Published by • Oct 17th, 2009 • Category: Books & Writing

by Rebecca Shyly | I know that this is Girls Horse Club, but it’s also a place where girls like yourself can get writing tips (along with riding tips) and learn about writing style(along with riding style). So, I thought that this blog would be appropriate…