Robin Cleary Moore writes books that develop kids’ love of reading and horses. She grew up on horseback and writes from the seat of her saddle.
She has published two short stories through the Redwood Writers, a branch of the California Writers Club. Gabriel’s Opinions was published in 2009 Vintage Voices Cent’Anni: May you live 100 years, edited by Karen Batchelor and Catharine Bramkamp. Gilda Loves Seymour was published in the 2010 Vintage Voices Words Poured Out, edited by Karen Batchelor. Both anthologies are available through http://redwoodwriters.org/ or through Amazon.com.
Currently she’s rewriting Addie’s Wish, a novel for middle grades students, with horses as a primary subject. Next up for rewrite is Lost In Shanghai, a YA novel. She lives on a small ranch in N. California.
In addition to writing about horses in this blog, she features articles about writing and other writers’ works.