MaryAnne Leighton’s Equine Emergency Rescue website was a pleasure to create. I took my inspiration for the site colour scheme from the rich colours of the cover design of her book of the same name.
Some of the images used on the site are confronting, but appropriate for a book about the rescue procedures for large animals, highlighting what can go wrong and the results you really want to avoid.
MaryAnne Leighton has been published in many equine magazines and journals. We chose to highlight these articles with images from the magazines which link to the PDF versions for those who wish to read the complete articles.
We also used images from the chapters on the contents page to give people a clear idea of what is covered in the book and to visually entice the reader.
MaryAnne shares news of recent articles published, events attended, book signings, etc. in the blog section. Of particular interest is her post on the shooting of the book cover image. What looks like a dangerous situation on the edge of a busy motorway was actually a staged and completely safe shoot for the animal involved. It’s a great read and exactly the kind of article / post that readers enjoy and authors can excel at.