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Writing Horses

The Fine Art of Getting It Right
Narrated by: Katina Kalin
Length: 5 hrs and 50 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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How far can a horse travel in a day? What does a horse eat? When is a brown horse really a sorrel (or a bay, or a dun)? What do tack and withers and canter mean?

In this long-awaited and much-requested book based on her "Horseblog" at Book View Caf, author and horse breeder Judith Tarr answers these questions and many more. She looks at horses from the perspective of the writer whose book or story needs them as anything from basic transport to major plot device, and provides definitions, explanations, and links and references for further research - leavened with insight into the world of the horse and the humans who both use and serve him. Here is a guide to the fine art of getting it right.

©2010 Judith Tarr (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • fofo
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  • 02-05-18

The voice made me sleepy and out of focus

The material good and informative, however, the voice is very low and sleepy. Does not show good intonations while reading! Which made me lost and out of focus everytime and replay back the chapter.