Writing the Ride

Candace Carrabus Books


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New Book/New Newsletter/Special Offer

Announcing the Writing the Ride Newsletter.

When you subscribe, you’ll be the first to know…

  • when a new book is coming out
  • when books are on sale
  • we’re having a contest

You’ll also receive

  • subscriber-only sneak peaks of works in progress
  • the occasional freebie
  • my latest favoritest thing

Sound good? Then you should subscribe! Enter your email in the Subscribe field in the top of the left column.

I hope you do.

Why? The February issue is chock full of news, an upcoming sale, a report about my latest favoritest thing, and, just to kick it off right, links to a FREE COPY of The Good Horse, The Bad Man & The Ugly Woman.

Sign to take advantage of this special offer. The new book will be available for you at the links in the newsletter for only a few days before it is up for sale at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, & Kobo.

The Writing the Ride newsletter is published quarterly.


The Good Horse, The Bad Man & The Ugly Woman, the newest Witting Woman novella, set to release later in February.

I’m really excited about this story.

newGoodHorseCoverLargerIt tells the story of Maureen Smith—a 50-something empty nester—whose boring job, bushy hair, busy husband, and bird feeders add up to a life of tranquility.

And ennui.


  • her breakfast granola spells out the word Help
  • her boss goes out of town and insists Maureen care for a horse
  • the horse runs Maureen down
  • the boss’s angry ex shows up claiming the horse as his own

…life becomes chaotic!

And exciting.

Mix in a wacky receptionist/rescuer of hair, a worried husband bent on changing his ways, a helpful horse transporter with a wandering eye, and you have all the ingredients for another light-hearted Witting Woman ebook.

♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥


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