Destiny transported a black and white Paint, from a dust-filled, hotter-than-hell feedlot in Texas, to Marana, Arizona, and eventually into the loving care he would find with Deb and Bill Wood, at Wood Haven, where he would be transformed from Joey to "Sir Joey." After he crossed over the Rainbow Bridge, Joey found the author and, assisted by Deb Wood, sent her on a quest to discover and help promote his legacy. Her welcome into the world of the horse was done without reservation or judgment. It broadened her education, not only about equine professions, but about beliefs and views she'd not have known about, or understood, if it weren't for Joey and his friends. You're invited to know and love him, to share his life and times; to meet his friends, his caregivers, and the therapists -- two legged, four legged and mini. The people are real; the stories are real. You may raise an eyebrow now and then; you may be asked to suspend your beliefs now and then. Whether you do, is up to you. Anyone who’s loved animals, whether their preference is canine, equine, feline, porcine, or those creatures without spines, will relate to the love that bound a woman and a horse together; two souls who walked a journey, side by side.
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Mary Ann Hutchison’s writing family derives from the Arizona Mystery Writers, where she’s the current Speaker Chair and past Presiding Chair. She’s a Past Member of the Society of Southwestern Authors and the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. She’s one of five Tucson writers who call themselves Gecko Gals Ink, and are described as “sassy and spunky authors who write in a variety of genres and conduct writing workshops and seminars.” In addition to three novels, her short stories and memoirs are included in Gecko Tales, Good Old Days magazine, Thanksgiving to Christmas: A Patchwork of Stories, A Way With Murder Anthology, and Take Me Out to the Love Game, which contains the true story of how she stalked, the “Duke,” John Wayne, and wound up in his arms. She began writing Young Adult novels (Moochi's Mariachis), loves writing suspense fiction (Rain, Rain, Go Away...and Cascabel) but departed from that genre when she wrote her current nonfiction novel entitled Joey’s Morning – the Legacy of a Therapy Horse.
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