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Author Carly Kade Wins EQUUS Film Festival Award for Horse Book 'In The Reins'
Equestrian Author Earns Best Western Fiction Nod at Fourth Annual Event
The EQUUS Film Festival is the leading showcase for domestic and international equestrian content including feature films, shorts, documentaries, music videos, commercials, training, educational materials, art & literature. The selected authors and their literary works competed last week for the chance to win a WINNIE Award viewed as the EQUUS Film Festival's equine equivalent of the Oscars.
"The EQUUS Film Festival is an excellent platform for bringing the storytellers of the horse world together through films, documentaries, videos, art, music and literature,"
Not your typical cowboy romance, In The Reins is based in modern cowgirl culture for readers who enjoy equestrian stories with a message similar to The Horse Whisperer by Nicholas Evans, The Longest Ride by Nicolas Sparks, or Flying Changes by Sara Gruen.
Set in modern Western culture, In The Reins (http://amzn.com/
Since its release at the end of 2015, In The Reins, a cowboy romance novel inspired by the equestrian lifestyle, has steadily climbed the charts to rave reviews. The book has been an equestrian best seller on Amazon for more than 10 weeks. The novel is available now in paperback and eBook on Amazon. Go behind the scenes of the 2016 EQUUS Film Festival with Author Carly Kade or view the In The Reins book trailer at www.carlykadecreative.com/
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ABOUT CARLY KADE
Carly Kade is an Arizona-based equestrian author. In her free time, Carly enjoys competitively showing her registered Paint Horse, works on her next novel, reads voraciously, and loves exploring the great outdoors. Connect with Carly Kade Creative on Facebook or Twitter @carlykadeauthor.
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