Getting ready for my book sale at the Bridal Couture Fashion Show hosted by La Belle Salon & Spa and Austin Woman Magazine.
Another book you say? What happened to OCAAT II? – It’s with the editor until Thursday. No, I’ve not abandoned it. It’s just a complicated story that requires time. After I sent it off to the editor, I started another story that I’ve wanted to write. The Two Groomsmen is its name and it is …read more
So excited to be on the shelves of one of BookPeople, one of Austin’s famous bookstores!
Check out these two reviews of In The Weeds, From: Jenniereads.com In the Weeds by Ruthie Robinson From: Juliapicks1.com In The Weeds: A Substitute’s Story by Ruthie Robinson From: Kirkus Reviews https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/ruthie-robinson/in-the-weeds/
This scene was originally intended to be the last scene in Book One. I think’s its going to be the prologue of Book II, at least for now. It’s backstory, mostly, and I may just incorporate into the book in some other way, but for now it’s the prologue with a little cleanup needed. …read more
In the Weeds is available for sale on Barnes and Noble and Amazon. The links are below. Hope you enjoy!! https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/in-the-weeds-ruthie-robinson/1128894156?ean=2940162152040
“Where you start does not have to be where you finish,” describes the coming of age story of two half-sisters, Sydney and Shelby King, as they discover themselves and find love. Life has not been kind to Shelby. She lost her first love—the father of her child, followed by the disappearance of their nine-month old …read more
Chapter One America, Mid-February 2018 “What? No way is that him,” Kirby said, moving her gaze between the man standing at the bar and the picture on the cover of the current Field and Streammagazine she held in her hand. Dude was ordering a drink, what were the chances of him . . . …read more
1.Love! 2.Don’t worry, be happy! 3.Live and let live! 4.Write! 5.Love!
I ran into an old friend the other day at a local Taco place. I ❤️ tacos, especially the breakfast kind. Anyway, she and I volunteered a lot at our kids school when they were young. We were always volunteering to sell sodas at the game, and there were a lot of games in which …read more