Selah's Stolen Dream by Susan Count

Happy March! I don't know about you, but I'm looking forward to spring and signs of it are all around me. The birds are chirping a little louder....and trying to build nests in the vents of my house. Some days are a bit warmer though not necessarily brighter. Cloudy days seem to be the harbinger of spring, usually with an accompanying rain. In fact, just the other night we had a thunderstorm!

Spring always gets me thinking about spending time outside, which makes me think of grass, and pastures, and horses. Which is one of the reasons why I'm here today.

Author Susan Count just released a new horse book! This is her fourth horse story and like the others, it's perfect for middle grade readers.

Here's some information about Susan's book, Selah's Stolen Dream:

One girl’s victory is another’s tragic defeat.
Thirteen-year-old Selah’s perfect life unravels when her beloved horse is stolen. Then ten-year-old Emma buys the dream of a lifetime at a horse auction. When she learns the horse was stolen, even removing her hearing aid won’t drown out the voice telling her to make it right.
But two girls can’t divide the horse they both adore. So will life surprise them with an answered prayer?


Now, get to know the author herself!

Susan Count is a life-long equestrian and owned by a Rocky Mountain Horse that is kind hearted enough to take her on long forested trail rides. She adores grandchildren, horses, and bunnies.

Instilled with the need to create, she loves building projects and writing adventure stories. She writes at an antique secretary desk that occupies a glass room with a forest view. Fittingly, it once belonged to the grandmother who introduced her to the love of reading via Walter Farley's horse books. That desk has secret compartments which hold memories, mysteries, and story ideas.

Susan has published four books in an equestrian series. As a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, American Christian Fiction Writers, and Texas Association of Authors, she takes studying the craft of writing seriously. Revision is her super-power.

She says the only thing more fun than riding might be writing horse adventure stories and she invites you to saddle up and ride along. You can learn more about Susan's work by visiting her website at

Isn't that a gorgeous cover? The story sounds perfect for horse lovers of all ages! I hope you'll hop on over to amazon to check it out!


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