Author DWS Walters’s new book “The Girl That Chased Wild Horses” follows a young girl who discovers a group of horses who have been living in the wilderness for years

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Recent release “The Girl That Chased Wild Horses” from Page Publishing author DWS Walters is a beautiful story of a young girl who happens upon a group of horses who have been cut off from humanity for several years, becoming wild creatures. Inspired by her love of horses, Samantha does her best to become their friends and create a connection with them.

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DWS Walters, whose life has been impacted by his love of horses from an early age, has completed his new book “The Girl That Chased Wild Horses”: a stirring tale that centers around a young girl who stumble upon and tries to befriend a small group of horses who have become wild and untamed after years of no contact with humans.

“When the three young fillies were loaded onto the back of a bobtail truck that rainy day, no one knew that would be the last time the fillies would have any contact with any humans for several years,” writes Walters. “That is until Samantha happens to discover the little band of horses grazing and resting along the creek near her home after they had been forced down out of the mountains by drought and harsh winter winds.

“‘The Girl That Chased Wild Horses’ is about a young girl who crosses paths with a small band of horses that, through no fault of their own, have been abandoned and are forced to make their way in the wilderness without any help or contact from humans. With the innocence and the belief that can only come from a young person’s mind and with a little help from her mother, Samantha is able to gain the trust and be accepted by the horses that have been without human contact for so long.”

Published by Page Publishing, DWS Walters’s riveting tale is inspired by the author’s love and deep appreciation for horses, which have continued to amaze and bring joy to him after the years he has worked with them. Drawing from his experiences and knowledge, Walters crafts an unforgettable story of adventure and trust that readers of all backgrounds will be able to connect with.

Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase “The Girl That Chased Wild Horses” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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