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I just signed with FAMILIUS Publishing!

It’s with the greatest pride and excitement that I can finally announce that I’ve just signed a four-book publishing contract with FAMILIUS LLC, an independent publishing company based in Sanger, California. 158 more words


Apples Are from Kazakhstan: The Land That Disappeared

Greetings from Almaty, Kazakhstan! I apologize for the radio silence as of late. I’ve been traveling for almost two weeks now and just got to Almaty following a 36-hour train ride from Urumqi, China. 524 more words


"In Search of Kazakhstan", by Christopher Robbins, Profile Books

I might not be a shopper faithful to the brands, but when it comes to books I’m quite a man of habit in the sense that I have a tendency to stick with an author that I know and respect and of whom I will, inevitably, buy all titles. 734 more words


Episode 1 is live! Join hosts Sarah Urist Green and John Green as they meet artists Douglas Paulson and Christopher Robbins and follow them as they…

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I found out today that I didn’t get a big grant I was hoping for. I wanted to use the money to travel to Laos for two weeks to do research for a book I’m working on. 400 more words

Michel Thomas

I would find it difficult to define what I am about to write, be it a review of the biography or of Michel himself.  I am starting it now as I feel it will be long. 11,788 more words

Apples Are From Kazakhstan

Robbins, Christopher. Apples Are From Kazakhstan: the Land that Disappeared. New York: Atlas & Co., 2008.

I think this quote sums up Robbins’s primary reason for writing… 236 more words

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