Wish I could take the credit for this, but a friend came to my rescue. I think I am going to quit worrying about this now and get back to writing.
Dear Perfect Agent,
Gentyl thinks this is no way to become an elite Horse Guard. Assigned to watch a senile wizard botch spells and blow things up, while the king is missing, his personal guard is dead, a civil war and the genocide of Gentyl’s people threaten? But the wizard may be less senile than he seems, and when the ambitious young woman’s sword begins to talk to her of magic and demons, Gentyl’s future begins to seem much more interesting–and more dangerous.
The Horse Guards have defended the Meryn people for hundreds of years, and never has their skill and honor been more needed. An assassin’s blade, an attractive healer who isn’t what he seems, and a lurking demon caller lie between Gentyl and her heart’s desire, but Meryn needs the Horse Guards, and the Horse Guards need Gentyl–whether they know it yet, or not.
I was a staff writer for Speedhorse Racing Report for seventeen years. During that time I wrote weekly stories about Quarter Horse, Paint and Appaloosa racing in Canada, Mexico and the United States. I also wrote several stories about the history of various tracks and articles about equine health.
I’m seeking representation for my fantasy PALADIN’S PRIDE of 130,000 words. It is the first in a series.
Thank you for your time and consideration.