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Thanks to everyone who has already purchased a book! If you have time to write a short review, please go to the Amazon page and scroll down to "Customer Reviews". If you have any feedback for me, please email me personally:

There have been questions about offering other purchasing options. I've looked into formats other than directly ordering online from Amazon.

Personalized Signed copies!

Would you like your own signed copy? I can sign one and send it directly to your mailing address!

HL Five Years
HL Bundle
HL Goal Setting
HL Book 3
HL Book 2
HL Book 1

Pay Pal - Individual Books

Some people contacted me asking if it would be possible to buy books using PayPal. I have looked into it and I can now sell individual books through a PayPal purchasing system.

Special Bulk Order Discounts for Riding Schools, Barns or Clubs!

If you belong to a riding group and you think there might be several people from your group interested in buying a book, I have a an offer you won't be able to refuse!

  • Free author signing of each book! 
  • 12 -23 books: 10% discount per book
  • 24+ books: 15% discount per book
  • ** Free shipping for bulk orders!! **
  • The books will be shipped in one box to one mailing address, and will need to be paid through one account.

(International orders outside of Canada: Duty charges may apply)

Please email me for further details at


  1. Bought your book. Thank you for your insights and helpful advice. Also wrote a review. I hope you sell a lot of books.

  2. I recently bought and read your entire book and really enjoyed it. I’ve been lurking here for a while. Your blog was one of the first I started reading after I started riding horses. I’m an adult beginner, never on a horse before the age of 32. I turn 34 this year and finding horses has been one of the best things to happen to me recently (besides marrying my husband in hawaii this past October!). You have such a comfortable way of describing riding that it feels like a conversation between friends and equals, not some lecture from some master who can’t remember what it’s like to have no clue what you’re doing. My favorite thing to do is to read a random entry the night before my lesson so I have it fresh in mind. It totally sets me in the right frame of mind for my lesson and I can tell a difference when I forget! Keep up the great writing!