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Think Your Work is Bad? NO WAY!

Published by • Sep 11th, 2009 • Category: Books & Writing

by Violet Inkpen | I’ve been making up stories and poems for as long as I can remember. It doesn’t mean I was good at it. I’ve also loved horses for that long too. No matter how weird my writings were people believed in me. My mom included. I wanted to share a poem I wrote when I was little..



REVIEW: Canterwood Crest

Published by • May 6th, 2009 • Category: Books & Writing, Guest Bloggers, Previews & Reviews

Reviewed by I’maCowgirl | As many of you may know, a few months ago GHC had an Interactive View with author Jessica Burkhart on her series Canterwood Crest. I must admit I was a bit skeptical at first because most of the other horse-related books I’ve read proved to be rather disappointing…



Lyrics for GHC: Inspiration for the Writers

Published by • Apr 28th, 2009 • Category: Books & Writing

by Violet Inkpen | I just wanted to tell everyone not to overwork yourself trying to write these lyrics. It should come from your heart…



Letter on Horse Shy

Published by • Apr 26th, 2009 • Category: Books & Writing, Guest Bloggers

by My Horse and Me | I wrote this letter to Bonnie Bryant the author of Horse Shy (Saddle Club #2). I entered this letter into a writing competition. Even though I didn’t win, I was chosen a semi-finalist out of 50,000 kids. I wanted to share this letter with you…



Horses and Fiction

Published by • Mar 26th, 2009 • Category: Books & Writing, by Julia, Guest Bloggers

by Julia | Personally, I’ve lost count of the numerous horse books I’ve read. Some were just great (like The God of Animals by Aryn Kyle) and some not so great (which won’t be mentioned as they are not worth mentioning). Either way, there is one fact that can’t be denied: Horses inspire fictional writing…



What Makes a Good Horse Book?

Published by • Mar 26th, 2009 • Category: Books & Writing

by Violet Inkpen | What makes the horse books we read good? I think in books like Thoroughbred, Heartland and others it is the fact that the charters are the underdogs; the ones who have to work extra hard to get what they want…



New Bloggers

Published by • Mar 3rd, 2009 • Category: Books & Writing

by Peanut | I have seen many new people come to GHC. Many want to become a Junior Blogger (JB). Well, you have come to the right blog…



Conquering Writer’s Block

Published by • Feb 24th, 2009 • Category: Books & Writing

by mustang23 | Have you ever wanted to write, but couldn’t? Really couldn’t? It has happened many, many, many times to me. I hate writer’s block…



Horse Writing Ideas

Published by • Feb 24th, 2009 • Category: Books & Writing, Guest Bloggers

by Moe_Jacklyn | Stumped on a good idea for a story? Try these…



REVIEW: Heartland

Published by • Jan 29th, 2009 • Category: Books & Writing, Previews & Reviews

by Allison | Have you ever dreamed of doing more than riding? Have you ever wanted to save horses from more than horse slaughter? In the book series Heartland, Amy is living these dreams…