Of the seven authors, only two write books specifically for teens. The others write for adults.
Here’s the schedule, as listed on the Equine Affaire website.
Thursday, Nov. 10, 11 am EST in the Better Living Center Seminar stage:
“Capturing the Essence of the Horse in Fiction”
- Patti Brooks – Mystery novels. Morgan horse owner and exhibitor
- Maggie Dana – Young Adult (aka, YA or teen). The Timber Ridge series. Hunter-jumper
- Mara Dabrishus – YA fiction. Thoroughbred racing.
- Connie Johnson Hambley, moderator – Thrillers. Hunter-jumper and steeplechase.
Friday, Nov. 11, 10 am EST Better Living Center Seminar Stage
“What our Favorite Fictional Horse Stories Say About Us”
- Laura Moore – Contemporary romance. The Rosewood and Silver Creek Ranch trilogies (Virginia Hunt Country and California Wine Country, respectively)
- Natalie Keller Reinert – Equestrian contemporary fiction mostly involving thoroughbreds, whether on the track or off (the Alex and Alexander series), as well as eventing and dressage.
- Holly Robinson – Women’s fiction about a woman who owns a stable.
- Connie Johnson Hambley, moderator. Thrillers. Hunter-jumper and steeplechase.
Also in the Better Living Center is the Taborton Equine Books booth at the other end from the Seminar Stage.
If I’m not mistaken — possible, but my Spideysense is pretty good about these things — the authors may be at the booth for signings after the panels.
Last year, someone posted a graphic detailing the signing schedule at Taborton. If you find or see one, let me know in the comments. I’ll add it to this post.
I just saw a blog post from Natalie, who has her signing schedule for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday up at her blog.
Or, if you’re one of the authors, please add your signing times to the comments below and I’ll move the info up into the body of this post.
Here’s the signing schedule at the Taborton booth: