Posted on September 3, 2009 by SaydeGrace
Before we get to the tidbit of the day I want to a blog with you. I am on tweetdeck all day and have several agents on my list. Throughout the day those agents comment on various things but this morning this was sent out by agent Nathan Bransfod who I’ve queried several times and gotten several very fast rejections. Go by and check this out: http://blog.nathanbransford.com/2009/09/writer-appreciation-week-unpublished.html
Now for my tidbit:
Colorado Cutting horse trainer has a lifetime earnings of $4,407,221.93 in the National Cutting Horse Association. He rode Hickorys Fancy Pepto to win the Texas Futurity witha score of 220.5! Who is this wonderful rider?????
Check back tomorrow for the answer and another picture of this cowboy. Remember to leave your comments so you are automatically entered into my weekly contest. Good luck!
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Posted on September 1, 2009 by SaydeGrace
Okay everyone, I missed yesterday. SORRY! My computer had a blow-out but we are up and running today! So anyway, this week’s cowboy is NOT a bull rider! I know whats wrong with me? Oh well, I think you all will enjoy this one and you’ll learn something about me too. That’s right! This weeks cowboy is a member of the National Cutting Horse Association and a trainer. He is based out of Colorado and has ridden some of the finest cutting horses ever trained. I just love to see a man sit a horse well! Don’t forget to comment with who you think this cowboy is and I’ll enter you into my weekly library book giveaway.
Writing Question First:
What do you do to stay inspired while writing a book? I usually gather as much information about the subject, setting, and characters I’m using that when I get in a mood I sit and look over the material. Usually it just takes a few moments and I’m ready to go. I love to email the chamber of commerce for the towns that I’m using and get them to send me info. Most of the time they send maps, pictures, and more info then you can ever use. They’re wonderful!
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