Covenant-

Trilogy of the Horse

UPDATE! May 2021

Welcome and thank you for visiting! The second edition of Covenant: Trilogy of the Horse is coming in Fall 2021!

Covenant, the first book in the Trilogy of the Horse book series introduces us to Kat McCool, a struggling teen with unlikely origins. Her destiny is to save an American icon, the wild mustang- a fierce and strong breed of horse, from the dangers they face. Come join her in her journey to find the mustang heart within her.

The first edition was published in 2018 and is no longer available. But watch this space for updates on the release of the 2nd edition of Covenant- Trilogy of the Horse.

 
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TRILOGY OF THE HORSE

by C.J. Goldsmith

Covenant
Claim
Concord

 
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Speak, even if your voice shakes

SAYING NO TO THE CURRENT SOCIAL MEDIA-INDUCED MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS

Dear Reader,

Thank you for navigating yourself to the home of Trilogy of the Horse. I wish I could proffer the standard preamble of "it is with much...forethought...regret...careful deliberation? But I can't. I've known for quite a long while, actually since Facebook went public, that these days would come. Ergo, I have come to the realization that I can no longer, in good conscience as a mental health advocate, survivor of suicide loss, and educator continue a social media presence in order to advertise my books. Teens are an important part of my audience and I have realized that to advertise my novels through any social media platform would be akin to slapping an ad for TOTH onto a pack of cigarettes. I just can't do it. And to be completely transparent, I was never keen on this route of publicity, but accepted it as a necessary evil. Now it would seem that in the fullness of time social media is just simply evil. And that I am, once again proven right. Be well. Take care of yourself. And put down the phone.

 

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