Everyone wishes for a second chance, and no one more than the traveller who holds one in his grasp. But what happens when that chance fails, time and time again?The total destruction of a planet, a boy leaving home, a teacher coming in contact with alien life, a draconic businesswoman hungry for power...These people and … Continue reading Get COLOURS: An otherworldly short story series TODAY!
If you read my post from Monday, you know that I'm writing a short story about a bonfire this week. But as I started writing, I started thinking that instead of just posting the finished product, I could walk you through the process of how I write! Why would I do this? Well, it's helpful … Continue reading The Writing Process (Part 1)
Hello, lovely people! First of all, I want to thank everyone for reading my posts, and I especially want to thank the people who have liked and commented on my stories and posts; it means the world to me to see people interacting with my writing! I'm here to tell you that if you want … Continue reading Got Stories?
To celebrate 50 followers on this blog, I'm holding a book giveaway contest! The prize? A paperback copy of my short story collection The Drabbles of a Dreamer! Here are the simple rules to enter the drawing for this giveaway! You must be following this blog. Share the link to this blog (https://ejrobisonauthor.com) in a … Continue reading Free Book Giveaway!
Well, I had a little blip with my laptop, but everything is back to normal now so regular posting will actually resume this week. And to ring that in, I have good news! My book is only $0.99 in the Kindle store! The promotion will only last for a week, so make sure to grab … Continue reading My book is on sale!
Happy New Year once again! It’s good to be out of 2020, huh? With all the insanity, maybe you haven’t had time to make any plans or resolutions yet, but it’s not too late! I’ve been taking some time myself this week to further sketch out the goals I want to accomplish this year. One … Continue reading Sleep: A Writer’s Best Friend
I've always loved fairytales; that's what happens when you grow up watching (and rewatching, and rewatching, and rewatching...) Disney classics. I've been writing stories ever since I learned how to spell, so it was only a matter of time before I began adapting fairytales. Interestingly enough, my first adaptation was of Snow White. I'd never … Continue reading Adapting Fairytales