Elsie Taylor-Green is sixteen and a girl who knows what she wants. But what’s a girl to do when life starts to get in the way of what she wants?
Moving to Hunterton was supposed to be the solution to all Elsie’s problems. Little does she know, her favourite house is about to be sold from under her, her college course is nothing like she expects, and the incredibly hot groom from the local stables is as unpredictable as they come.
But when it becomes clear someone in the village is holding a serious grudge, Elsie realises her problems are only just beginning.
With guys, girls and gorgeous horses, this teenage tale is one you won’t want to miss…
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What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Don’t over-think things – just let yourself write freely without picking over every punctuation mark and sentence structure issue. You can do that later. Also, don’t push yourself to write when you aren’t in the mood. Writing has to enjoyable otherwise the end product is shoddy and disjointed.
Growing up in the country, I always had a solid knowledge of wellies, horses and wet dogs, and when I wasn’t up a tree or on a horse, I had my nose stuck in a book. It’s safe to say I am an odd combination of three parts country-bumpkin to two parts geek. As soon as I could hold a pencil, I was scribbling down stories and stapling them into something which resembled a book. Now, a few years on (ahem), I am still scribbling stories but with the wonder of the internet I no longer have to do as much stapling. Young adult chiclit set in the Scottish countryside seemed like the sensible way to go with my writing, but I’ve always enjoyed mystery and intrigue so quiet and plodding my stories certainly aren’t!