Author Archives: robinaburrows
It’s that time of year again. People are shopping for gift for those near and dear to them. It’s also the perfect time of year to support the authors you know by giving books as gifts! How can you help? Give books as gifts to the people on your holiday gift list. Instead of bringing … Continue reading
Today I’d like to share a poem to help inspire all of those NaNoWriMers struggling to reach their word count. Imagination By Robin A. Burrows Life is held together Not by glue and raveled thread But by imagination Fantasy Pretending
Learning to write like an author is like learning about yourself all over again. It can be fun or scary or both. And not every technique is best for everyone. In my publishing quest, I’ve tried several different methods of writing. There’s this little thing called NaNoWriMo that starts in a few days. I’ve done it … Continue reading
My brother and his wife visited about a week ago. My brother is in the navy and doesn’t make it back home very often. We got together with some friends and before we had to take him on to the next stop on this visitation tour. Part of the purpose of this trip was to … Continue reading
As I’m finalizing my presentation for the Saline County Poets for this weekend, it’s appropriate that I would receive an email from the Poets Roundtable of Arkansas about their annual poetry contests for Arkansas high school and middle school students. Please share these contests with any aspiring Arkansas student poets, because I don’t know any … Continue reading
Here is another poem in my Nokar series. Entwined: A Nokar Poem By Robin A Burrows Fingers entwined Like weavings Of a carpet Speaking Words Unsaid Trapped Inside. The bus Bounces
There are different kinds of readers. I never knew there were quite so many. I came across this info graphic the other day and thought the book-lovers who follow my blog would enjoy it. I know I fall in a number of categories here. What kind of book lover are you?