This is the hub of my online activities.

So far, I’m the author of crime fiction, with more coming soon.

I’m also the creator/curator/wrangler/janitor of the online horses-and-culture magazine/blog known as The Horsey Set Net .

I’m a member of the Sisters in Crime Guppies chapter and its New England chapter, the Mystery Writers of America New York chapter, and the Connecticut chapter of Romance Writers of America.

What you’ll see here on this site

Changes. Count on new links and publications, along with helpful tips about being a blogger and a writer, along with some surprises. That’s another way of saying, I’m working it out as I go along.

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A newsletter! At long last. Scroll up to the right for the signup form.

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(Pardon the stiff third person narration. I’ve been told it’s expected for bios.)

Rhonda Lane grew up in rural Kentucky surrounded by horses, but she had more contact with horses on TV. A sitter’s family owned and exhibited Tennessee Walking Horses, so Rhonda spent time playing in the barn aisle. There, she had the opportunity to ride ponies, until the demands of extracurricular activities for scholarship applications presented themselves.

Rhonda has been a sports broadcast technician for a national TV network, a photojournalist and as a newspaper general assignment reporter who still covered a lot of “cops and courts” along with school programs.

She lives in central Connecticut with her husband and their pet cats in a hillside grove of oak trees. She enjoys riding horses, at long last, and doing entirely too much research.