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NEW! March 14, 2013: Other People’s Horses — Yahoo! Sports
An interview with writer MaryAnn Myers about my newest novel, “Other People’s Horses.”
June 12, 2012: Dappled Grey’s Summer 2012 Equestrian Reading List
As Dappled Grey’s literary correspondent, I curated this list of the top ten summer reads for horse-lovers.
“Our lives as horsepeople are exciting and sorrowful and wonderful and tragic on a daily basis, and I want to write about that.”
“It must be wonderful to know what you want to do with your life at a young age–at least I’ve always thought so. Certainly the kind of self-assurance which inspires an early career choice must be lasting. Well, not necessarily. Sometimes seeing your whole life laid out before you can be as frightening as not knowing what you want to do at all. Just ask Alex in Natalie Keller Reinert’s The Head and Not the Heart . . .”
May 4, 2012: Book-Brats interview about “The Head and Not The Heart”
“If you like horses, then Natalie is the author you need to be checking out right now.”
April 30, 2012: Dappled Grey: Best Sellers & Blue Ribbons
My first author profile as literary correspondent for Dappled Grey: an interview with Jane Smiley.
March 6, 2012: Off Track Thoroughbreds interview about writing
“From the first head-cracking tumble from a spirited racehorse, Natalie Reinert’s novel The Head and Not the Heart romps through the life of slightly obsessed racetrackers who rise at 4 a.m. to face the uncertainty, and occasional calamity, of a new day in the Thoroughbred world.”
February 17, 2012: Dappled Grey reviews “The Head and Not The Heart”
“If you’re looking for a new equestrian author to fall in love with, Dappled Grey has a tip for you! We’ve become overnight fans of Natalie Keller Reinert after reading her debut novel ‘The Head and Not the Heart.‘ “
August 20, 2010: Off Track Thoroughbreds interview about exercise riding
“Ex-racehorse Final Call beckoned this January with an opportunity for both. The trustworthy gelding would get to retrain in a new discipline; and Reinert, a onetime journalism student, would get the chance to funnel her passions for writing and Thoroughbreds into a grand experiment in riding and blogging.”