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Saddle My Good Horse
Sam Finden has had many jobs in his young life. Originally from Minnesota, after college Sam found his way into a life that included horses and has never looked back. He has always enjoyed writing and, with the horses, now he had many stories to tell. Sam’s new novel, Saddle My Good Horse, is a western tale that involves horses, rodeos, and pretty girls. The book is a fun easy read. Sam is great at weaving a tale and involving horses. I really liked how he developed strong, healthy relationships between the main characters. Saddle My Good Horse is at it’s heart a story of friendship and young love.
I always enjoy the stories on how people get to where they are. Sam has some great stories. He has worked on dude ranches. He helped train horses. He even tried to make a TV show around his love for hunting. He’s developed many good friends along the way. Friendships he weaves into Saddle My Good Horse.
Sam enjoys life now in Montana. He owns two horses, is a fan of Downunder Horsemanship, and finds ranch worked based on the season. When we caught up with him, he was working in a night calving operation. Sam continues to write and tell stories.
Links Mentioned on the Show
Sam Finden’s Website ~ Facebook ~ Twitter
Where to buy Saddle My Good Horse
Saddle My Good Horse on Barnes & Noble
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