For the first part of the story about the day my horse kicked me in the face, stop by YA Book Diva if you haven't read it already, then be sure to come back here for the rest of the story!
Heather: My one good eye on the white landscape outside, I calmly asked my husband how fast we were going. He said seventy. I told him I was okay, I was conscious, talking, and that most people who are conscious and talking after such a trauma survive. I told him go ahead and slow down because I was fine. He did but then said his vision was going black around the edges. I told him not to worry about me, I was fine, it didn’t even hurt. I told him to take a few slow, deep breathes to open up the tunnel vision that was closing in on him. He did. I kept his up the 25 miles to the hospital, keeping him calm, keeping him driving slower than sixty. The moment we pulled into the ER bay the pain struck me like a sledgehammer and I couldn’t even walk. Weird how I held out long enough to get us there safely….
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You can find all three novels in the channeler series (The Secret of Spruce Knoll, Channeler’s Choice, and Rise of a Rector) on Amazon and B&N, as well as other retail sites. The channeler novella~and prequel to The Secret of Spruce Knoll~Born of Fire is currently free on Amazon and B&N and you can find a short story about Fane from the series in the FREE anthology, In His eyes. You can add Rise of a Rector to your Goodreads lists at this link.