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Finding Home, Robin’s debut novel

Robin’s First

Novel

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In Robin’s debut novel, the characters search for meaning in life and a place where all belong. A story that is a mixture reminiscent of Fried Green Tomatoes and At Home in Mitford, this novel portrays a loving sense of community and home. The rural North Carolina town of Pleasant Quarry becomes a place where all belong. Robin set out to write a story that was more similar to the life lived in a rural setting.

Robin’s non-fiction tends to have a very religious or spiritual nature to it. I’m this work of fiction, some of that spiritual color comes through, but in a way that is listed as a minor bit of information. The point of this fiction is simply to tell a good story that might make you laugh, might make you think, but the purpose is merely telling a good story. It is Robin’s hope that the story you are about to read will be interesting as you catch a glimpse of life in the rural South of the Piedmont in North Carolina.

A Reading from City Lights Bookstore, Sylva, NC

Reviews of Finding Home!

on 23 October 2017
Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
It’s beautifully written. It has lovely, well rounded characters. And the author does a great job of evoking the rural North Carolina countryside and community. It’s easily one of the best books I’ve read this year. I’m looking forward to reading more in the series.
©2017 Pat Thomas of Photofetish

ABOUT Robin

Robin’s writing often reflects the theme of personal growth, spirituality, or working for one’s well-being. Robin is committed to developing a style of writing that inspires while avoiding the preachy. Her sense of humor lightens the mood, but she can also face the realities of pain that occurs in each life. She believes that we are all more alike than we are different.

She holds an A.B. in music from Pfeiffer University and  a Masters of Divinity degree from Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary (LTSS). Robin has been a writer from an early age. From her teens on she kept journals, wrote essays and stories for fun. This went along well with supporting her musical compositions too. Later her writing experience helped in the writing of newsletters, sermons, and theological essays. Her essay on Contemplative Prayer was published in the Taproot Journal of LTSS.

Robin is a writer and artist living in Western NC with her sweet mountain dog, Birdie.

 

More Books and Writing

Robin’s first two books were  published by Regal Crest Books.

 

More Than Knowing

This is a collection of original poetry. Influenced by Oliver and Rilke, Robin hopes to one day grow to

Here are all the great places where you can purchase my book too!

Regal Crest Enterprises
Kobo Books
Bella Books
LGBT Bookshop
Amazon
Barnes and Noble Nook

For a signed copy of the paperback of my poetry book or my memoir:  You can purchase copies at City Lights Bookstore

 

In A Southern Closet – A Christian Lesbian’s Memoir

Robin’s first book was published by Regal Crest in 2011 and addressed her coming out process as a lesbian Christian. Now republished with an updated cover, it will also be available in audiobook in 2018.  It is her hope that through the book, Christian families, Christian gays and lesbians, and friends of the GLBT community may have greater understanding of the challenges of a spiritual lesbian. Signed copies can be purchased at City Lights Bookstore

 

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