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Robin P. Nolet

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Robin, a refugee from the humidity of the Midwest, lives in Colorado where she writes with the assistance of her faithful Golden Retrievers and the support of her awesome family.

Robin's writer's resume includes honors from the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers (Colorado Gold Contest), Pikes Peak Writers (Paul Gillette Memorial Contest), and the Denver Women's Press Club.

Being the gabby and opinionated sort(but in a good way!), she has written hundreds of humor/commentary columns for local newspapers, and a regularly featured blog/column for the Denver Post HUB section.

In addition, for many years, she helped with the intake and judging of manuscripts for the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers' Colorado Gold contest.

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The Shell Keeper

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Yes, just like you, I am susceptible to a good book review in the Sunday paper. That’s how I came to read ‘The Book of Beloved’ byCarolyn Haines. I don’t usually go for unsettling paranormal visitors or Civil War related tales, but something in the review made me curious and, in the end, I guess I’m glad I read it. And I think if you are into that sort of thing, you’ll probably love it.
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I’m a huge fan of C.J. Box and his valiant Wyoming game warden, Joe Picket. But it’s been a while since I’ve read one of his books. You know how it is, once you’re caught up with all the books in a series you have to wait until the next one comes ou ...more
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In Falling for a Viscount Ms. Williams has created a delightful and compelling couple for the latest adventure in her Seven Curses of London series.
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“For Sayonara, literally translated, 'Since it must be so,' of all the good-bys I have heard is the most beautiful. Unlike the Auf Wiedershens and Au revoirs, it does not try to cheat itself by any bravado 'Till we meet again,' any sedative to postpone the pain of separation. It does not evade the issue like the sturdy blinking Farewell. Farewell is a father's good-by. It is - 'Go out in the world and do well, my son.' It is encouragement and admonition. It is hope and faith. But it passes over the significance of the moment; of parting it says nothing. It hides its emotion. It says too little. While Good-by ('God be with you') and Adios say too much. They try to bridge the distance, almost to deny it. Good-by is a prayer, a ringing cry. 'You must not go - I cannot bear to have you go! But you shall not go alone, unwatched. God will be with you. God's hand will over you' and even - underneath, hidden, but it is there, incorrigible - 'I will be with you; I will watch you - always.' It is a mother's good-by. But Sayonara says neither too much nor too little. It is a simple acceptance of fact. All understanding of life lies in its limits. All emotion, smoldering, is banked up behind it. But it says nothing. It is really the unspoken good-by, the pressure of a hand, 'Sayonara.”
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Robin Nolet It's my pleasure! Hey, just started a Giveaway for my book FRAMED-have you done one of these before? This is my first. (I'm a 'Giveaway Virgin' tee-hee!)Hope you'll enter if you're interested.

http://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/sho...

Have a good one! :)


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Beth Hi Robin,
Thanks for befriending this fellow Colorado author on Goodreads!


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