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Taking a Breather

Edith here, post Christmas, in between books, still north of Boston.

In between books? Is she ever in between books, you ask?

Well, yeah, sort of. 634 more words

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Chance Harbor by Holly Robinson

Chance Harbor is the story of a family that like all families faces it share of challenges.  Zoe was a rough and tumble teen and finally left her daughter Willow behind so that she could start over and make a better life for herself.   131 more words

Remember Why You Write

Starting your writing career is hard. You are always kept wondering if you are ever going to be good enough, when that first big deal will come, and if writing will ever be something you will be able to do full time. 326 more words


Haven Lake: A Review

Holly Robinson’s newest novel, Haven Lake, was the latest ARC that this pedometer geek read. It was received as a Goodreads giveaway. In fact, this is the first of her novels that I have read, and this is the extended review. 354 more words

Book Review

Inward bound

Silk’s Post #130 — Ready … set … retreat!

When the 5writers began discussing a writers’ retreat, the idea had just a slight whiff of desperation to it. 1,296 more words

Writer's Journey

Haven Lake by Holly Robinson

Tune in to hear Holly Robinson and me chat about her latest novel, Haven Lake. There is a lot of talk of wine and Holly and I are looking forward to picking a date over the summer. 39 more words


Author Interview: Author Holly Robinson Talks About Emotion, Mystery, and Names—Oh My!

Sometimes you just click with someone, and that’s how it was for me and my friend, author Holly Robinson. I’m not sure even how or when we first connected, likely due to her first novel with NAL, The Wishing Hill, which was published around the same time as The Glass Wives. 1,169 more words