Never Give Up

By Linda Lee Kane

I retired last year and many thought that I might be bored; that’s crazy. I have six horses and I compete with three of them. Matter of fact I just got back from Las Vegas from an exciting three-day event…did I win? No, but I’ll keep trying.chilled-to-the-bones-cover

Now how does this tie in with the books that I write? Many of my books have something about horses in them; for example, The Black Madonna and my upcoming book, The true story of Clyde the abandoned Mini Pony (haven’t figured out a title, so if there is anyone out there that can send me a great title that we use, I’ll send you a free copy of Clyde). I also feature different local venues. Maybe I’m riding in the hills of Monterey, California. Maybe I’m in the central valley of Fresno, California, or possibly in Ireland or Scotland. I began riding horses at 49 and I started writing books at 59 and was first published at 61. The point is, I never give up, and I never stop trying. Sure, there are road blocks. but there are also Yield signs and Go signs on my journey called Life.

The book jacket has a brief synopsis regarding Chilled to the Bones

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jeremylindaLinda L. Kane MA in Education, PPS, School Psychologist, and Learning Disability Specialist, is the author of The Black Madonna, Witch Number is Witch, Icelandia, Katterina Ballerina, Cowboy Jack and Buddy Save Santa, and Chilled to the Bones. The Daisy Murphy Mysteries. She lives with her husband and three dogs and six horses in California.


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6 thoughts on “Never Give Up

  1. Linda, good for you! I believe if we want something bad enough, we will find a way to do it! My daughter rode in eventing. I need more information about Clyde to come up with a title! Thanks for sharing your determination. You will influence many others!

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  2. Wonderful post on persevering. We all need to keep it in mind as our goals depend on it. Talent helps a lot, but if a project isn’t finished what good is the talent? I love horses too and really enjoy reading about them, looking at them, looking at pedigrees, watching races etc. Horses are a terrific topic and majestic creatures. Michael says your book is “very creepy and interesting”. That sounds just up my alley! 🙂


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