Monthly Archives: September 2011
What are your favorite type of blog posts? musings, reviews, writing tips, news on Robin and her writing, polls, poetry, story excerpts, or personal stories.
At DragonCon I attended a panel with Terry Brooks and his current editor. One of the questions that came up was how Terry’s writing style has evolved throughout his writing career. Terry Brooks began writing with his Shannara series. The first book was a Tolkien-like sword and sorcery type fantasy. He has also written the Word and … Continue reading
Do you prefer stories that have a happy ending or a realistic one? I will be discussing this in my blog next Monday, but you can throw in your vote today.
What is in a name? People can go by so many different things. But is a true name less of an actual name and more a word for the person’s soul? I got married earlier this year and took my husband’s last name for my personal life. It has felt quite odd to be called … Continue reading
From the selected items, what is your favorite form of entertainment? Books, eBooks, watching tv (as it airs), movies (in theaters), TV or movies (recorded or online), computer games, console games, app games on your phone or a website, listening to music, performing music or singing, or playing sports, exercising or doing outdoor activities.
This poem is a response to last week’s Writers Digest Wednesday poetry prompt. The prompt was to write an “out of this world” poem . “The Shadow” is set in my Vampiress Lessa story setting. If you used this as a writing prompt, what would you write? Here’s my poem! The Shadow (A Vampiress Lessa Poem) By Robin A. … Continue reading
Happy Labor Day everyone! I hope you are all enjoying the holiday. In honor of the holiday I have a very special blog for today. It is a character interview with Leon Caraway, an important character in the novel I am working on, Kaylee Nevins and the Dragon Ring. The book is about a girl … Continue reading
How do you read? Do you prefer the crisp pages of a book between your fingers? Or do you like to carry all of your books with you in one convenient container? Do you prefer books or one of the many different types of eReaders on the market today?