Back in the Saddle Again

I hope you are hearing Aerosmith in the background as you read this post – It’s playing while I’m writing!

It’s embarrassing how long it’s been since I have graced the seat of saddle – no more excuses! The Florida heat finally broke this weekend, the bugs have found another place to torment, and it’s not raining (at the moment!) Not to mention, the horses are finally healthy too – the stars have finally aligned.

It felt amazing!

Which made me think, what else have I been procrastinating on and making excuses NOT to do. The list was longer than I thought. Accountability is the best form of motivation for me – so here goes my updates in the hope that it will get me back in the writing saddle too!

The Vortex: The responses were very favorable to continue to work toward a TV pilot, so I’m writing on that while I tweak the dialogue and add subtext to the feature screenplay (so much to learn – so much to do!)

Rebel Yell: It should be coming back from the editor any day now…but it isn’t ready for it’s final edit – yet. So I have more work to do and at least one more round of edits before it’s even close to being ready for a friends/family final set of eyes.

So that’s the status of the current projects that I’m wanting to wrap up soon – If you need me, I’ll either be behind the computer or in the saddle!

About Heather Hamel

Growing up with horses is a little girls dream come true. Heather’s dream in life was to be a horse trainer - how dreams change - sort of! She moved to the wonderfully historic town of St. Augustine, Florida and was a historic tour guide and a ghost story teller while putting herself through college to become a special education teacher. After graduating, she felt the pull of horses in her life again. That's when she met Kobi! She learned quickly that when you own horses you become a part time vet, part time nutritionist, and full time equestrian. She wouldn't change a thing! In addition to being completely obsessed with her herd, she still teaches and tutors students with learning disabilities, and more specifically, dyslexia.
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