Another Story in Country Magazine!

Country Magazine June/July 2012 issue

I am so pleased that another one of my Barnstorming stories has found its way into Country Magazine and out to thousands of subscribers–this one is “High Noon in the Veggie Garden.”  I believe this is my 17th story published by Reiman Publications (now Readers’ Digest Milwaukee) over the past five years.   Thank you to editors Deb Mulvey, Robin Hoffman and Marija Potkonjak for their continued encouragement of my writing and allowing me to gain new friends all over the country.  Some write letters to me addressed to Emily Gibson @ Haflinger Farm, Everson, Washington  and they find their way to my mailbox in my little country town.   I joke that the average age of my readers is 85, but they are some of the most enthusiastic letter writers!

If you haven’t ever seen this magazine, celebrating its twenty fifth year of publication, click on the picture above and it will take you to the on line subscription form.  It is a visual treat, and the stories take you right into the country life that we all long for.

Emily @BriarCroft Haflingers

Barnstorming Blog

3 thoughts on “Another Story in Country Magazine!

  1. Congratulations, Dear Heart; I personally would like to see you in the WALL STREET JOURNAL but COUNTRY is a good fit. Part of me would like to see TheBridgeWorks grow to being able to pay contributors but it seems to work so well as it is I’d be reluctant to do anything like a subscription campaign or to add advertising, which would be the only revenue options. But I’m grateful for your participation.

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