My travels and experience in life have had a profound effect on my writing and my art.In each book I strive to connect on a personal level with the reader, the same way I would if we met personally. My art has now evolved into using abstract as a way of communicating emotions.
'5 Pillars of the Gypsy' is my latest release which combines art and verse and stands as a mixture of spiritualism and emotion.Each poem tells a story. Each story is meant to awaken the inner you and add meaning to life events.
Over the past three years I have managed two trips with Habitat for Humanity - Global Village; one to Tajikistan and one to Jordan. Each of these trips included short stops in Istanbul which quickly became my favourite city to visit and explore. As a result I had the privilege of learning about Islam and its parallels with Christianity along with cultural customs.
As a volunteer with Literacy Unlimited and Friends for Mental Health, I support and encourage education as a way to break barriers too, through knowledge and understanding. The adventurous laid back spirit in me has enabled me to become very adaptable to a variety of enjoyable experiences and delight in every one of them. My biggest pleasures are my biggest motivators.
I am currently working on my 5th book which will follow along the lines of '5 Pillars of the Gypsy' as I feel I have found my true voice.
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5 Pillars of the Gypsy
Share in the journey of a Gypsy as she grapples with her role in the Universe. Find your own place as you take in the gusts of spirituality and understanding of yourself and those around you. A mixture of art, poetry and prose guides you on a gentle world of discovery.
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- Through the Monitor
on Aug. 13, 2013
Karen Robiscoe is a brilliant, fast-paced writer who leaves the reader not only wanting more but wondering at the same time if they are the only ones who 'get it'. Her tongue in cheek references to computer parts are hilarious as are her take on blogging personalities.
You have to be quick on your feet to keep up with the humour, technical references and fantasy regarding how it relates to real life - real time.
" No doubt to mitigate the sting of her analyses, since Cheeky's reviews were full of piss and vinegar.
"Exactly. 'Love the Daisy Dukes. " *
This short story has the makings of a full feature animated story. The tremendous detailing takes the reader right into the monitor as the title suggests. I can only hope that the author finds an animator or that one finds her so that many more people can experience the exceptional mind of Karen Robiscoe.
Well done! Well written. A pleasure to read.