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Breaking Even – Father’s Day Memories from author Cathi Stoler

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Cathi Stoler is an award-winning advertising creative director/copywriter who’s writing international thrillers, too. Click on her name to check out her author website and learn more about her book TELLING LIES. She also writes for the Women of Mystery blog, too.

Her first novel TELLING LIES may be about an international hunt for a missing man and stolen Nazi  art, but she’s here to share memories of her father, just in time for Father’s Day 2011. (Ed. note:  Yeah, 2011 was the initial pub date for this post. Where has the time gone? Keep reading to find out what’s new.)

You’ll read about Seabiscuit at the beach and some special Saturdays at the track.

Here’s to all our dads out there. May their horses finish in the money and may they all, at the very least, break even.

Now, heeeeere’s Cathi!

I’ve always loved horses. It was my father’s influence that inspired my admiration for these gorgeous creatures that always seemed so imposing and so beautiful, especially to a small child.