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About Lizzi Tremayne
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I write about the Old West, Russia and colonial New Zealand, as well as veterinary fiction and non-fiction—all with a horsey flair.
I grew up riding wild in the Santa Cruz Mountain redwoods, became an equine veterinarian at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine, and practiced in the California Pony Express and Gold Country before emigrating to New Zealand.
I have two wonderful boys and an awesome partner in this sea of green. When I’m not writing, I’m swinging a rapier or shooting a bow in medieval garb, riding, driving a carriage or playing on my hobby farm, singing, or working as an equine veterinarian or science teacher. I’m multiply published and awarded in fiction, special interest magazines and veterinary periodicals.
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Lizzi Tremayne's Writing Awards to Date
From Top Left: Trophy for Pacific Hearts Award 2014; trophy for Best Practitioner Publication by an Equine Practitioner 2010; trophy for Koru Award, Best First Book. From Bottom left: rosettes for Finalist in Great Beginnings 2013, Winner of Pacific Hearts 2014, Winner Koru Best First Book 2015 and Third Place Koru Best Long Book 2015.
In detail, here are the awards for A Long Trail Rolling.
The Romance Writers of New Zealand (RWNZ) recognises the talents of all published authors with their readers choice contest called The Koru Award. This prize is for the best novel of the year in four categories.The koru symbol, as used in New Zealand, is a Māori term, based upon the shape of a new unfurling frong of ponga, (or punga), also known as the silver fern. It symbolises new life, growth, strength and peace, and creation (not to mention being the name of our national netball team).
A Long Trail Rolling was:
Accepting the Koru Awards! Another lovely trophy to go with the Pacific Hearts one! Thank you, RWNZ!
Best Indie Book Awards
And Finalist in the 2015 Best Indie Book Awards!
New Zealand Book Awards
And longlisted in the New Zealand Book Awards as a YA 15+, though it was never written as a YA!
RWNZ Pacific Hearts Award
The previous year, A Long Trail Rolling won the Pacific Hearts Award, New Zealand's answer to the RITA and RUBY. This award of the Romance Writers of New Zealand is for the best manuscript of a full-length novel of the year by an unpublished author.
Accepting first place for A Long Trail Rolling in the Pacific Hearts Award 2014.
RWNZ Great Beginnings Award
The year before that, it was a finalist in the Great Beginnings under its previous title Express Desire.
This award of the Romance Writers of New Zealand is for the best first three chapters and synopsis of a novel.
Receiving award for the 2014 RWNZ Great Beginnings Contest. This was my most exciting award—my first fiction.
Best Practitioner Publication by an Equine Practitioner of the Equine Veterinary Association of the NZVA 2010
This coveted bronze, also affectionately called the Jonathan Hope Award for the best Equine Practitioner Publication for the man who started and administers it, was won with Equine Dentistry, a series of three articles published in Vetscript NZVA veterinary journal, New Zealand.
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Lizzi’s Ventures Other Than Lizzi Tremayne Author
Lizzi has run BMEVC, a mobile equine veterinary practice, since 1998, first from Te Pahu, New Zealand, before moving to practice in the area surrounding Waihi, New Zealand in 2000. Her practice is now mainly referral equine dentistry with occasional, thoroughly enjoyable, forays into zoo dentistry. Click here to find out more:
Lizzi and Matthew have just started a new line, an editing service for writers without firsthand knowledge of horses, veterinary medicine, tech and computing sciences, and medieval and renaissance swordplay.
Lizzi originally developed Equi-Still Portable Equine Stocks because they were not available in New Zealand and she needed them for her rapidly-developing equine dental practice, as well as for her general practice. She’s expanding its range to the USA and exhibiting at AAEP in November this year. Click here to find out more: