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Celebrating #BuyAHorseBookDay with guest Susan Friedland Adulting with Horses

On this special bonus episode of the Adulting with Horses podcast, Heather and Natalie talk with their friend and fellow author, Susan Friedland, author of Marguerite, Misty, and Me. This episode honors the third annual #BuyAHorseBookDay hosted by @HorseandRiderBooks (FB and IG) and @HeelsDownMag (FB) and @HeelsDownHappyHour (IG). Each year on May 10th, we celebrate all things horse books around the world, whether it is non-fiction or fiction, traditionally-published or independently published. On this episode, we talk with Susan about being an author, come up with ideas for a new book, taking horse books to the mainstream, and reveal the biggest thing authors need: reviews! For a special video version of this episode and others, join our Patreon for only $5 per month. Links:www.adultingwithhorsespodcast.comInstagram @adultingwithhorsespodcastTwitter @AdultingHorsesFacebook Group, The Clubhouse: https://www.facebook.com/groups/adultingwithhorsespodcast/Patreon https://www.patreon.com/AdultingWithHorsesPodcastThank you for being a little weird with us, horse girl! If you like what you hear make sure to subscribe to the podcast on your player of choice, join our Adulting with Horses Clubhouse on Facebook where you can become part of the show! Also, it’s a great place to meet other horse crazy women. Thanks and see you next time! If you like what you hear but want a little more, become a Patreon member for extra bonus episodes, behind-the-scenes content with video, and more! https://www.patreon.com/AdultingWithHorsesPodcast
  1. Celebrating #BuyAHorseBookDay with guest Susan Friedland
  2. Judging Other People's Horses: Mane Edition
  3. Show Name Blues and Prepping for Kentucky Three-Day
  4. Beyonce?! Horse Book Worlds, and Dueling Vacations
  5. Buying a Horse the Amateur Way

The Timid Rider Blog

My name is Heather and I’m not a very timid person, but I am a timid rider. I stepped away from horses as a teen due to anxiety and regretted it ever since. Now I’m back but things are a little different now. I’m a mother, I’m less flexible, and I’m a lot more nervous. The biggest difference? I’m following my passion despite lacking confidence. Join me as I talk about all those things we think but don’t say out loud.

I have been blogging about my personal journey on the ground and in the saddle since 2016. You can visit my latest posts below or go directly to my blog page: