October 31st, 2016

Halloween, Shmalloween: Nothing Inspires Terror Like Writing

Holly Robinson

I am no fan of Halloween. Maybe that’s because, as a young child, I started having waking nightmares about a cloaked figure with a pumpkin head that would regularly appear and sit in a rocking chair beside my bed. He never said anything. Just rocked and rocked, until I screamed for my mother.

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February 9th, 2015

Persistence Pays: For Indie or Traditional Publishing

Holly Robinson

I’m in a semi-comatose state after crashing through the first draft of a novel in six months to meet my editor’s deadline.

Not that I’m complaining. I’ve been struggling to get to this point in my career for over twenty-five years. After earning a degree in biology, I started writing fiction and went […]