T.R. Kerby

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T. R. Kerby has led a life of high adventure and travel to exotic places… ok, not so much, but she has worn a lot of hats. She has been a fry cook, a trail guide, a horse trainer, and a veterinary technician as well as other less interesting things. Her weaknesses include chocolate and rescuing lost souls, mostly animals, but sometimes people. She currently lives in the Rocky Mountains with some of her rescues including her husband, two dogs, and a herd of horses. She brings her varied life experiences to the table in her books and short stories. Get FREE short stories when you join my Reader's Club. Click here: http://eepurl.com/dKgeMI

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Pristine snow covers the field in front of our house, unmarred and perfect. Sunrise highlights the wind sculpted surface into pale blue shadows and brilliant flecks of diamond.


The hill behind our house is a different work of art. Tracks crisscross it in ornate patterns, chaotic and beautiful.


The field ahead a tabula rasa; the hill behind a complex story.


I hesitate to walk across the fresh powde...

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