Catching Up With Sam Finden
Sam Finden was on the show a few years ago after he published his first book, Saddle My Good Horse. Sam is a good guy and we hit it off immediately. He writes what he knows – horses, hunting, and living in the country. An avid fan of the outdoors, Sam is loving life in Montana.
A lot has happened in the almost two years Sam has been on the show and I wanted to catch up with our friend. Sam has married and written two more books – Lone Wolf and Big Cat Challenge since we last spoke. Part of a series, the books deal with life in the wilderness and have a Christian influence. If you’re looking for good winter reading or a Christmas gift for someone special, I urge you to check out Sam’s books.
The Freelance Remuda Podcast
I met Abigail Boatwright at the first event I covered as a freelance writer/photographer in Colorado three years ago. At the time Abigail was covering the event for the AQHA Journal. Now, along with friend and freelance writer/photographer Kate Bradley Byers, they produce the Freelance Remuda Podcast. On the show, they talk about the many aspects of being a freelancer. There are a lot of great tips, tricks, and information pertinent to anyone wanting to make a living as a freelance journalist.
Because of my experience as a podcaster and a freelancer, the women invited me on the show to talk about my experience. We add a snippet of that interview in this episode of the Whoa Podcast. If you are or want to, work as a freelancer, I encourage you to check out the Freelance Remuda Podcast and the Freelance Remuda Facebook Group Page.
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