Now available! The first in the Whinnies on the Wind series, Winter of Crystal Dances!
Evy can telepathically understand horses, but she’s not sure if it’s a blessing or a curse.
Her secret “gift” certainly seems to get her in a lot of trouble anyway.
When some starving mustangs wander close to the wilderness cabin that she shares with her hermit mother she knows she must help them.
Her act of kindness quickly snowballs into a series of events that forever changes her life and the life of a very special mustang filly.
“Most AMAZING book ever!!! I’m sure the rest of the Whinnies on The Wind books are too! As of now I’ve read Winter of Crystal Dances and Summer of Wild Hearts, I LOVE them both!” ~ Paxton, a reader
“I love this book sooo much. If you love horses like me then I suggest this book. It is very exciting and it is one of my favorite books I have ever read. I recommend this book to all reader lovers and non reader lovers. Then you will be itching just to read the next page and staying up late just to find out what will happen next. I hope whoever is reading this review will read and love this book as much as I did.” ~Sheyenne, a reader
“I signed my daughter up for the Pony club, even thought most of the material is a little old for her (she is 4). She brought your book to me the other day and wanted me to read it. She chooses her books based off of the pictures inside. She loves the artwork in this book. We started reading it and I was hooked! Emma will sit through a few pages, then she wants to know when the next picture is. After reading a chapter a night for the last few nights, I finally couldn’t wait to read the rest so I just sat down to finish it. I love it! I want to know more about Evy and her mothers secret, and I want to know what she got from her pen pal. Thanks for such an awesome book! I love it now and when Emma is a bit older, we will be able to love reading it together.” – Kristina, a reader
“Winter of the Crystal Dances is an exciting book. Evy has a “gift” that makes her able to understand horses. There are wild horses starving? Can she fix it? I’ll leave that to you, the only way to find out is to read the book. I won’t tell you. 🙂 😉 :)” ~Megan, a reader