CRACKING GOOD BOOKS AND SCREENPLAYS
Please find details of the published works by Morag & Mark Higgins.
Hi, thank you for visiting me here on Cracking Good Books and Screenplays, if you have already read one of my books I really hope you enjoyed my story. If your thinking about reading one of my books then I know you will really enjoy whatever you choose!
I am by profession a horse trainer and I work with psychologically and physically abused animals to rehabilitate them and bring a little peace to their lives. I also work with owners and their own horses for competition and I compete in Western Dressage with my own horses.
I write articles for equestrian magazines but when my first horse died I was so devastated I wrote down her life story which was extraordinary, just for my own eyes, so I would never forget her. My publisher happened to read it and immediately produced it in paperback form and the rest is history so to speak! If you are interested in what we do then please visit our website www.scottishhorsehelp.com for more information.
My real passion however is for SciFi, I absolutely love it, I am a proud Dr Who fanatic (have been all my life and yes I can remember the very first Doctor!!). I am very proud of my book Eye of the Unicorn and yes there is a sequel (my publisher has it at the moment so if you want it out soon feel free to badger him!!) and I am writing a third as we speak. I would love to hear from you and you can contact me via my website, I love to talk to other Sci Fi nuts as we should all stick together!!!
I am so pleased you have taken the time to visit me here, I will be updating regularly but in the meantime I would love to hear from you so please, get in touch and we can have a chat!
Speak soon!!! Luv Morag
Mark Higgins is a published author of equine training books. He has written several novels and scripts ranging from fantasy, sci fi and horror. He has been working with horses for 20yrs and is one of the co-writers of Equido. As a Level 4 Instructor he currently specialises in Groundwork and teaches both privately and at clinics throughout Scotland. Mark heads the Equido Horsemanship association and plays an integral part in the training of external and internal client horses who are looking to find a softer feel in their work. He has trained in the Martial Arts of Aikido and Ninjutsu and incorporates the philosophy of timing, energy and feel into his groundwork sessions.