From international bestselling author Vivian Roycroft… a blast from the past
For a decade, between the late 1970s and the equally late 1980s, I was honored to publish several brief articles in the excellent equestrian magazine, The Chronicle of the Horse. Their superb editors also accepted, albeit with what reluctance they were too generous to admit, a number of my scribbled poems, more properly described as doggerel. This ebook is a compilation of those works.
In addition to thirteen poems and three short articles — "The Importance of Engagement," "Warm Up, Cool Down," and "Showing a Horse on the Triangle" — this ebook also includes two samples of my fiction, one from a Regency romance and the other from a World War II mystery~adventure, both showcasing these magnificent animals we love. Hopefully you’ll enjoy this offering. If you don’t, blame me, not the Chronicle. As I said, they’re generous people.
Length: 9,000 words, 42 pages