Saturday, May 12, 2018

Blog Tour: Selah's Painted Dream by Susan Count


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Thirteen-year-old Selah’s life is about as perfect as it gets. She has horsy friends at school, and on weekends, she rides her black mare on Grandpa’s farm. Training the horse to do upper-level liberty work is what makes her heart beat.

But one word can ruin a perfect life—moving.

A move would separate her from her horse, so she plots to get her name on the farm mailbox instead. She’s sure she could persuade Grandpa—except he’s overly distracted by a sheep-loving neighbor.

Determined not to let Grandpa's new sweetheart take her place in his heart, Selah puts her hope in a painted dream horse from Grandpa’s past. When she snugs up the girth and buckles on her spurs, Selah rides to win.

We received this book to give an honest review.

This book was a bit too much for A as she is only five but I dove right into the story and I believe this story to be perfect for the pre-teens and teenagers. It is very clean and has great Christian values woven into the story. This is a book I would say needs to be in your library. 








Susan Count
I write at an antique secretary desk which belonged to the same grandmother who introduced me to horse books. The desk has secret compartments and occupies a glass room with a forest view. Bunnies and cardinals regularly interrupt my muse, as do my horses grazing in a clearing.
The only thing more fun than riding might be writing horse adventure stories.
Saddle up and ride along!
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Member of: Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, American Christian Fiction Writers, & Texas Association of Authors











2 comments:

  1. Thank you for the five star review. I'm glad you enjoyed the book!

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  2. Thank you for taking the time to read Selah's Painted Dream and for your kind comments. I'd appreciate your review on Goodreads and Amazon if your willing.

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