Wednesday, January 29, 2014



Available now... Pony Dreams by Kc Sprayberry,

Abigail Weston's starry-eyed dream is to become the first female Pony Express rider. Ma, Pa, and six overprotective brothers won't even let her near the corral to train mustangs for the mail venture, so she gives up her dream to sneak out and talk to the ponies, teaching them to accept her weight on their backs.
Then her life changes and all her dreams are dust. Or are they?

Publisher: Fire and Ice, an imprint of Mélange
Cover Artist: Stephanie Lauritsen


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Cover Artist: Stephanie Flint

It is a name change with a link to the artist.

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The Author: 
KC Sprayberry started writing young, first as a diarist, and later through an interest in English and creative writing. Her first experience with publication came when she placed third in The Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge contest while in the Air Force, but her dedication to writing came after she had her youngest child, now in his senior year of high school.
Her family lives in Northwest Georgia where she spends her days creating stories about life in the south, and far beyond. More than a dozen of her short stories have appeared in several magazines. Five anthologies feature other short stories. She has four books that are Amazon best sellers: Softly Say Goodbye, Who Am I?, and Mama's Advice. Her other novels available are: Take Chances, The Ghost Catcher, Family Curse … Times Two, Secret From The Flames, Where U @, The Wrong One, and Grace.

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3 comments:

Patty Kyrlach said...

Beautiful cover. Great trailer. Sounds like a great book from Kathi Sprayberry

Penelope Bartotto said...

Thank you for sharing the spotlight... not sure why I couldn't get it to come up yesterday.

Patty Kyrlach said...

Great book trailer too! It really sets the mood and gives just enough of a plot teaser. . . .