Horse Podcast Ep 50: EQA Book Club: Your Next Favorite Book – Saddles and Sisterhood

Equestrian Adventuresses Travel and Horse Podcast Ep 50 - EQA Book Club, Your Next Favourite Book

The first episode of the EQA book club. If you love books, this is the perfect place for you. Once a month, Heather, Ute and sometimes Krystal, will talk about the favourite horsey book. Today Krystal reveals some interesting facts and information about the EQA book series and what she is planning for the future. And Heather and Ute are talking about their favourite stories in Saddles and Sisterhood, the first book of the series.

Saddles and Sisterhood – EQA Book Series by Krystal Kelly

Saddles and Sisterhood is the first book of the Equestrian Adventuresses Book Series and the first book we are discussing in the Horse Book Club. Krystal is coming on the show today to talk about why she started to publish this series of true stories of women from all over the world and what her plans for the future are. She also shares with us her favorite story.

All books of the EQA book series are available as e-book, paperback and soon all will be available as audiobooks as well.

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  • Introduction into the EQA Book Club
  • Learn all about our Equestrian Adventuresses Book Series from Krystal
  • How it is a platform for women who are hoping to publish their stories and books
  • Our favorite stories from Saddles and Sisterhood
  • Listen to a little excerpt from the book read by Krystal

Thank you for tuning in and happy trails!

Special Announcement

Today’s episode is sponsored by Horse Trek Mongolia:

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Horse Trek Mongolia is unique as it is fully owned by Mongolians and all the proceeds from their rides stay in the country. It also donates 20% of all income from the rides and treks to feed, care for and educate disadvantaged Mongolia children.

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