Meet Best-Selling Author Marsha Hubler andTHE LOVES OF SNYDER COUNTY SERIES published by Trestle Press
With “horse blood in her veins,” what else could Marsha Hubler write about but stories with horses?“From the time I knew what horses were, I loved them,” Marsha says. “Although I collected horse models, wrote stories about horses, colored horse pictures, and had my own Annie Oakley outfit as a child, it wasn’t until I was married and had a place of my own that I owned horses. The only time I was near horses as a child was when my mother took me to a riding stable once in a while, where I always asked to ride a pony named Sugar. As I rode, I rubbed my hands on the horse real hard, and then for the rest of the day at home, I could smell the horse anytime I wanted (until Mother made me wash my hands for supper!) Now an ouchy back prohibits me from riding anymore, so I write books that have horses in them so I can ride vicariously. I have many fond memories from which I can base my plots.”
Marsha has had eleven juvenile fiction books published about kids and horses, including the best-selling Keystone Stables Series by Zonderkidz. Her latest project, though, has shifted her attention from kids’ books to the red-hot Amish/Mennonite fiction genre for ladies.
Marsha had owned horses over a twenty-year period, therefore knows her horse facts in and out. She also lives in central PA, “Dutch” country, highly populated by the Amish and Mennonites, who have been a valuable first-hand resource for her series about the Amish and Mennonite folk in the beautiful Susquehanna Valley in central PA.
Bachelor's Choice (http://goo.gl/Ok5Bg), volume one inThe Loves of Snyder County, was released on July 1st, andTeacher's Pet (http://goo.gl/TyGLW), volume two, just came out. Love Song for Louellen will be out in September, and over the next year, Marsha is also writing twelve short stories based on the characters in her Amish/Mennonite books. All her latest books and short stories have elements of romance interwoven with Christian principles and … horses, of course! That compilation of short stories is calledThe Snyder County Quilting Bee.
Marsha has had a background conducive to effective writing. She has a master’s degree in education fromBloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA, and has been an educator for over forty years. She had co-founded two private schools, Kreamer Christian Academy, Kreamer, PA, and the Bethesda Prep School, Milton, PA, and had served as teacher/administrator in each. She is presently a PA certified homeschool consultant, working out of her office in her Middleburg home, where she lives with her husband and two dogs.
Marsha is getting very favorable reviews on Amazon for herLoves of Snyder County series. She also hears from herKeystone Stables fans on a regular basis. Several said they have started to seriously think about God, and one gal wrote that she was thinking of killing herself until she read one of Marsha’s books.“That’s the best pay any writer could ever get,” Marsha says. “I write not only to entertain but also to encourage my readers. Every one of my books has a positive outlook on life with solutions to every problem with God’s help.”
Her life verse is 1 Corinthians 15:10a: “But by the grace of God I am what I am….”
She loves to hear from her readers of all ages. Visit her athttp://www.marshahubler.comhttps://twitter.com/HorseBookWriterhttp://www.facebook.com/#!/marsha.hubler.3 http://www.horsefactsbymarshahubler.wordpress.comhttp://pinterest.com/marshahubler/
Hear Marsha interviewed by her Trestle Press publisher at:http://www.blogtalkradio.com/gelatisscoop/2012/07/10/marsha-hubler-frank-robinson-join-me-todayhttp://www.blogtalkradio.com/gelatisscoop/2012/08/24/sarah-price-marsha-hubler-are-in-the-house