The Horse in Film – ebook published – but ooops…..

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Yesterday my ebook was published in Amazon’s kindle store. Yay! BUT – and there’s a lesson here for all enthusiastic ebook writers – I was in such an excited hurry to get the blurb (Amazon calls it the product description) done, I checked it three times, yes, but the eye saw what it expected to see and right in the first sentence I ACTUALLY WROTE THE WRONG TITLE. 

It was the old error of cut and paste etc. I used its old, working title, Lights! Camera! Canter! you see.

Interestingly, googling my book, as you do when you are just published, I discovered that there is an ebook called Lights! Camera! Murder! The mind boggles.

Anyway, back to Lights! Camera! Gallop!. This ebook tells the story of the horse in film and television, from simple means of transport through character parts to glamorous film star, from the silent films through swashbucklers and Westerns to present day films. Aimed at all who appreciate the beauty of horses or have an interest in films, this book includes celebrity-style briefings on the horses in star roles in film and TV – including their make-up secrets. 

Coming soon on Apple etc. Hopefully error-free.

Lesley Lodge (wiser now)

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About lesleylodge

Lesley Lodge now lives on a smallholding bafflingly close to Luton, England, but grew up in the New Forest and has worked for a racing stable, a palomino stud farm and a horse trainer. Her long-time ride is Freddie, a hairy bay cob mare with a long moustache. Lesley has had several short stories published. Blues to Orange, a story about a farmer ruined by the foot and mouth outbreak, was a Luton Literary Prize Winner and published in Junction 10, a collection of short stories. She has twice been a runner-up prize winner in the annual British National Short Screenplay Competition and was the Time Out and Jim Beam Bourbon Cult Film Buff of the Year some years ago. Lesley is always looking for new stories about horses in film or TV

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