Robin Lythgoe


Robin Lythgoe is an author of fantasy fiction. Reading and writing have always been a part of her life; before she mastered the art of the pen, she dictated her first written fiction to her scribe (a.k.a. her oldest sister). Her mother regularly took her on expeditions to the library, from which she invariably returned laden with a stack of books guaranteed to make her arms longer. She read everything voraciously, and when she finished her stack, she'd start on her mother's… and then her sisters'. Today she writes tales about wizards and magic, fantastical places and extraordinary journeys.

Where to find Robin Lythgoe online


As the Crow Flies
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 158,420. Language: English. Published: December 10, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic, Fiction » Fantasy » General
(5.00 from 3 reviews)
For a thief, getting caught is never a good thing. Getting caught by a wizard is even worse. But when a man is coerced into stealing a nonexistent prize, threatened with his very life, and compelled to cooperate with his worst enemy—well, a man's got to do what he's told. Until, of course, he can think of a better plan.
In the Mirror (A Short Story)
Price: Free! Words: 2,800. Language: English. Published: July 18, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General
(4.57 from 7 reviews)
A disillusioned author haunted by the disappearance of his father inherits a mirror and discovers that his own story can have an alternate ending.

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adventure    author    crow    dragon    fantasy    magic    mirror    poison    quest    short story    thief    wizard    writer   

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Smashwords book reviews by Robin Lythgoe

  • Waif (A fantasy short story) on Aug. 02, 2011

    A thoroughly enjoyable and quick read, well-paced and well-plotted. The author's choice to forego names heightens the sense of sadness and inevitability of each character's position. Scenes and people are described so deftly that you can easily imagine the place, the atmosphere, the longing for something more from each of them.
  • Sanguis Dei on Aug. 11, 2011

    I read this story in its original (much shorter) version when Kris wrote it in response to a challenge for a writer's group. I liked it a lot then, but I have to say that it has 'grown up.' Nicely! Good descriptions, plenty of tension and a meaningful conclusion.
  • The Bedtime Story on Aug. 30, 2011

    What a cute little two-for-one story! On the one hand there are daddies and daughters, and on the other there are princesses and a dragon. Short and sweet and just right!