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At last there is a place for you to blow off steam, tell us about what you are doing or about a new book you have read or are writing. This is Ault's Place. No advertising, no email addresses being distributed, not money changing hands...no problems, just a place to relax, write what you feel like (within reason of course), and enjoy the writing of others.

communicate them.

This a place to relax, enjoy others, talk about your writing and even perhaps make a sales pitch from time to time about your books...even my books are for sale on this site though Creatspace.com as you can see under the Books by Ault page.

Sit back, relax and know the only people looking in on you belong to this site, and that is only is you write something for them to look in about! It is unfortunate we don't have more writers or writings or blogs here, but that can be remedied if you tell your friends...no charge you know!

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Barb
Member
Female
About Me

LOTR fan; Tolkien fan; CS Lewis fan. I write Christian Allegory, fantasy, action-adventure.

Books to date: Rista's Tale: Part 1 Scarjheen; Part 2 The Last Stone Seed; Part 2 The Chronicles of the People; The Blessed (half-way through first draft).

Study Guide: Rista's Tale Part 1: Scarjheen

Also do editing, book covers for self-publishers.



Brass Hinge
Member
Male
59 years old

Cindy C Bennett
Member
Female
About Me

I am a YA author of Geek Girl and Heart on a Chain.  Both were published as indie books, but Geek Girl has been optioned by Cedar Fort Publishing, so it is currently unavailable, and will be re-released later this year. I have a third book in the works, and am hoping to release it later this summer.

I live in Salt Lake City with my husband and two daughters - and our two dogs. I also have two sons who are grown. I co-host a podcast with one of my sons, RyTime! Geekcast, where we talk about all things geek. It's an absolute blast.

I love to read (what writer doesn't?) when I have the time, which doesn't seem to be very often anymore. :(  I belong to a small group of writers, with whom I exchange chapters for critiques and editing. I try to keep my blog, FB, and Twitter updated, which I'm not really successful at. In my spare time (haha) I like to hang with my family, camp, ATV ride, travel, and best of all, ride my Harley Davidson Fatboy. That's the place where I get most of my creative ideas from, on the road, nothing but me and the wind.

I'd love to see you all on my blogFB or https://twitter.com/cinbennett" target="_blank">Twitter. Follow me and I'll follow you. :D



Courtney Frey
Member
Female
42 years old
About Me

As an approaching forty year old single mother to three outstanding teenagers, I am also a creative writer with one book published under my belt and two more written that I am working on now through my main blog ravensinkwell.wordpress.com.  I became an actress at the age of 35, and public speaking is my favorite hobby!  I'm looking to connect with others in similar genre's for inspiration and support!



DaveT
Member
Male
65 years old
About Me

I am breaking into the field of authorship. Married with three sons and learning cello.My first book is out, "Beauty In Darkness" Finding HOPE In Distressing Times. It teaches us that we don't have to be afraid of the dark times of our lives, because that is the place we meet God, and He has something to say.

See it at www.inspiringbooks.org



Debbie
Member
Female
About Me

Author, Teacher, Speaker

Published titles:

Edge of Escape (young adult, adult)

A Tick in Time (for ages 8-12)

The Secret in the Hidden Cave (book 1 in series) (for ages 8-12)

Mystery's Grave (book 2 in series)

Bullies and Bears (book 3 in series)

Bigfoot Day, Ninja Night (middle grade chapter book)

CROSSING THE SCRIPTURES (a Bible study book that links the 22 Hebrew letters to the 66 books of the Bible - amazing connections!)

http://www.edgeofescape.blogspot.com



Dee
Member
Female
About Me

I first started writing in 1997, The Bourke Parakeet and I am still the only one to have written on this bird today. I have had a long break and now I have made a comeback with this new book, The History of the P.R.E Andalusian Horse. They are one of the oldest pure-breed horses of today and well known to the world, as I am again the only one to write their history in a form of a book.

My inspiration was to write something different from all the horse books you can buy; not about riding or how to keep a horse as there is so many out there today, but to write something about the history on the horse I admire. The book explains all about what they have been used for, where they came from, where they have gone over the years, and what they are today, with the events of their Spanish life. My book puts the Andalusian under the spot light; as they stand out from many other breeds, this book will sell very well, especially in Spain.

It was back in 1995 when I first came to Spain, and had the pleasure to ride the Andalusian horse. Some years later, I decided to move to Spain (2004) and it was not long before I was back riding the famous Andalusian horse.

Because of all the time I had spent with this beautiful horse, I then knew I had to write this book. It was not just about the passion of riding them; I wanted to find out all their history, and so I did. Now there is a book that focuses on this delightful, colourful breed. I have brought a fresh approach to the history of the Andalusian horse, together with the many full-colour photographs that illustrate the text, which has resulted in a book that will be appreciated by horse lovers.

When I moved to Spain in 2004 from the U.K., the only place to head for was, of course, inland in the south of Spain to Andalusia, where I could find the pure Andalusian horse. I have been riding horses for forty-three years, so after coming to Spain and meeting the fantastic Andalusian horse, I definitely wasn’t going to stop. Now with my book, I can share them with the entire world. I enjoy writing about my interests; it makes my interest so much more enjoyable.

The book will tell you their history, and what they have been used for since cave times, as their history started on the cave walls. The most colourful and enjoyable part of this book I have to say is looking at the typical Andalusian Spanish life.

The history of the Andalusian will go on, my Spain, my horses, my friends.

You can buy my books from my website http://www.andalusianhorse.webs.com/

or Amazon http://www.amazon.com/History-P-R-Andalusian-Horse/dp/1453814396/ref=ntt_at_ep_dpi_1

 



Doreen Austen Haggard
Member
Female
54 years old
About Me

 

My History

I was born Doreen Austen in Basingstoke, Hampshire in 1962, at 3 years old my family moved to the south coast, Lee On Solent, Hampshire. My father was a watch maker & jeweller, this is where my passion for horses started. By the time i was 7 years of age i had my own horse, now there was no stopping me, horses was my life. As time went on and after i left school, i decided my future was to be with horses, i applied for a job in Wales as a nanny and groom, i got the job but after a while i missed home so i decided to move back to the south coast.

Looking for a job once again, i applied for a job at Bill Smiths stables (Queen mothers jockey) in Hambledon, Hampshire. So now i was with race horses, which was very good fun.

Here i met my first husband, so horses had to come to an end, after 8 years of marriage i got divorced in 1990, i met my new husband in 1992 and remarried in 1995 and now my husband and i live in Spain (Andalusia) with the Spanish Andalusian Horse.

Writing

I first started writing in 1997, The Bourke Parakeet and I am still the only one to have written on this bird today. I have had a long break and now I have made a comeback with this new book, The History of the P.R.E Andalusian Horse. They are one of the oldest pure-breed horses of today and well known to the world.

My inspiration was to write something different from all the horse books you can buy; not about riding or how to keep a horse as there is so many out there today, but to write something about the history on the horse I admire. The book explains all about what they have been used for, where they came from, where they have gone over the years, and what they are today, with the events of their Spanish life. My book puts the Andalusian under the spot light; as they stand out from many other breeds, this book will sell very well, especially in Spain.

It was back in 1995 when I first came to Spain, and had the pleasure to ride the Andalusian horse. Some years later, I decided to move to Spain (2004) and it was not long before I was back riding the famous Andalusian horse.

Because of all the time I had spent with this beautiful horse, I then knew I had to write this book. It was not just about the passion of riding them; I wanted to find out all their history, and so I did. Now there is a book that focuses on this delightful, colourful breed. I have brought a fresh approach to the history of the Andalusian horse, together with the many full-colour photographs that illustrate the text, which has resulted in a book that will be appreciated by horse lovers.

When I moved to Spain in 2004 from the U.K., the only place to head for was, of course, inland in the south of Spain to Andalusia, where I could find the pure Andalusian horse. I have been riding horses for forty-three years, so after coming to Spain and meeting the fantastic Andalusian horse, I definitely wasn’t going to stop. Now with my book, I can share them with the entire world. I enjoy writing about my interests; it makes my interest so much more enjoyable



Howard
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Male

InitiallyNO
Member
Female
44 years old
About Me

Initially NO is a Melbourne poet with books published on createspace.com, including, ‘Curl up a disappear’ a book of poetry about emotional vulnerability and nakedness. She also composes spookrockpunk on guitar and likes to jam with any tune on the trumpet. There’s original visual art by Initially NO to look at on Redbubble.com where you can get T-shirts and wall art by Initially NO.



JL Murphey
Member
Female
About Me

Published author  of nonfiction & fiction for over 30 years.  Currently this old biddy is trying something new...e-publishing.



James Batson
Member
Male

Jerry L. Hilton
Member
Male
82 years old
About Me

Retired H S Principal

Retired Sex Educator from Michigan

Married to Glenora M. Hilton

Live in Lecanto Florida in Citrus Hills

 



Jim
Member
Male
56 years old

Kris A. Newman
Member
Female
About Me

I am an author and blogger.    More about me can be found on my website:  krisanewman.webs.com or my blog:  krisanewman.blogspot.com.  I am also an author listed on Goodreads.com

Please let me know if you stop by to visit.



MG Villesca
Member
About Me

MG Villesca grew up in Fort Stockton, Texas, graduated from Texas Tech University with a BA in English and a minor in Psychology. MG has held several teaching positions in the middle school level and presently teaches at Freeport Intermediate School.

MG has written a book on bullying (The Bully in ME), abusive boyfriends (Getting ME Back), and young girl's self-image (The Truth About ME). Using experience as an educator, MG uses realistic characters that students can relate to. The ME Series is geared toward a young adult audience.

Working as a teacher has given MG a rare insight into the issues surrounding our youth today. The social issues addressed are interwoven in the novels as the characters overcome some of their greatest fears.



MGK
Member
Female

Marshall Frank
Member
Male
About Me

Retired Police Captain, Homicide Detective from Miami, now an author of nine books and numerous published articles.



Nellee
Member
Female
About Me

I am the author of Meeting Death (Kensey's Story). My blog is http://nelleehorne.blogspot.com/

Here is my goodreads page: http://www.goodreads.com/user/show/4398392-nellee

Please follow my blog and befriend me!



Thomas Ault
Site Owner
Male
About Me

As you all know, I have done a lot of different things in my life from doing Karaoke and writing, to janitorial work and selling.

I have recently been inducted into the Cambridge Who's Who membership, which doesn't really mean much.

Sales, Marketing, Teaching, Managing, Credit Management, Operations.....what a bunch of things, but none as exciting as the writing.  I have learned something I should have learned many, many years ago; that is the art of checking, double checking and triple checking my work rather than working on speed-dial.

I am fortunate to have had a wonderful wife for 45 years. She passed away in 1999 and God has blessed me with a chance to be a better husband to a new wife that said yes to me 8 years ago. Two sons, two daughter-in-laws, two granddaughters, one great grandson, and two great granddaughters...my new wife has added to this joy with her son and one daughter and son-in-law, one grandson and two grand daughters.  My life is good.

You can reach me through this site, or at [email protected]. I have 10 books at Amazon at this time, but the last one, "Moving West, as told by Gilbert Clock" has been a year in the writing including many hours of research, not only on the net and in a library or two, but in my own ancestory as well.

Writing is my lifeblood these days, singing in the church choir is wonderful, and the fellowship I have found with writers, photographers and the fine folks here in Alabama has been worth the trip.....