There's lots happening around my place in honor of my first new book in four years!
I've updated my website. Not only is it sunnier, with more movement, but if you can only remember
Phantomstallion.com -- both addresses go to the same place!
Please check it out and see what you think.
My pets would like you to stop by and say "Awww, aren't they cute?" here.
Want to see a Q & A with me about the new book? Click here and scroll down on the page.
What can you do here? Join in the adventure & beauty of American mustangs and all horses that are WILD AT HEART.
Post favorite horse images (photos & art), stories and talk with other readers who like ♥
love ♥♥♥ or are crazy ♥♥♥♥♥♥ about horses!
If you're a reader under 18, feel free to tell your parents and that I monitor every post put up on this
Facebook page and I've blocked strong language.
Are you on Instagram? Check out the breathtaking photographs of horses by MELISSA FARLOW, my partner
in creating WILD AT HEART: MUSTANGS AND THE YOUNG PEOPLE FIGHTING TO SAVE THEM
This month my calendar is very important! Between now and next spring (2016!) I'll be all over the country
talking about books and wild horses. If I'm in your neighborhood, your state or just across the border
from where you live, I would love to visit you!
Where is Terri Farley?
September 24 - Booksigning - Mountain-Plains Library Association Conference,
Great Northern Books booth - The Little America Resort in Cheyenne, Wyoming
September 28, 7:30 - Presentation and Booksigning - Boulder Bookstore 1107 Pearl Street 7:30, Boulder,
Colorado Open to the Public
October 3, 2-3:30 Sundance Books 121 California Avenue
Reno Nevada 89509 Reno, Nevada 2-3:30 Open to the Public
October 10 booksigning & chat - Hidden Valley Wild Horse Protection Fund's 3rd Annual BBQ & Fall Festival,
Reno, NV Open to the Public
October 15 booksigning & chat - Northern California Booksellers Association Trade Show 1007 General Kennedy
Ave, San Francisco, CA 94129 San Francisco
October 20 "Getting Your Story Straight" workshop, 5-7:30- Churchill County Museum 1050 South Maine Street,
November 5-6 - acceptance of Sterling North Book Award & local school visits Edgerton Sterling North
Book and Film Festival Edgerton, Wisconsin. Open to the Public
November 13 is National Day of the Horse --- where should I go??
April 19-22 - workshop - Texas Library Association George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas.
Do you have to own a horse or live in wide-open spaces to help horses -- wild or tame?
In this new corner of my newsletters, I'll introduce you to horse-lovers of all ages who are making a difference for equines everywhere.
Name: Angelica Location: Georgia, U.S.
Angelica earns money to help horses by selling rose petals for guests to throw at wedding celebrations and creating a
lemonade stand that educates customers about horses in need while they sip their cool drinks.
As a volunteer for Save the Horses Rescue, Angelica not only mucks stalls and hugs horses,
she paints and decorates wooden horse shoes to sell at Save the Horses' Christmas fundraiser .
Angelica organized a work day at Save the Horses Rescue
Favorite thing about horses: Their curiosity and that they can forgive. Favorite book:Misty of Chincoteague Favorite movie:Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron Favorite dessert: Hot Fudge Sundaes