Robin Nicole


Former MS/HS English Teacher for five years, I chose to branch out and go for my childhood dream of becoming a writer. I'm now a freelance writer, my office being anywhere with wifi access. I currently write various informational articles, poetry, short fiction, copy script, etc. for various internet companies.

Smashwords Interview

When did you first start writing?
I developed the writing itch early on in high school, around my tenth grade year. Before then I had simply dabbled in elementary poetry, rhyming and stuff. By time I was a freshman in college, the dream of becoming a full-time writer had conceived secretly within me, but it would be another 15 years before I took my own dream seriously.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
There's really just more out there for the indie author than ever before. I'm more of a work alone type person than one who's brave enough to collaborate with others on ideas, especially my writing. That's personal and it takes a lot of "me time" to put together the writing I'm wiling to put out there for others to read. Besides, I'm not patient enough to wait for months at a time just to see if a traditional publisher will accept my work. I need the more immediate closure of one project before moving head-long into my next writing venture.
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Where to find Robin Nicole online

Twitter: @RobinNicole78
Facebook: Facebook profile


Academic Writings on Literature: a Collection
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 8,480. Language: English. Published: May 20, 2014. Categories: Essay » Literature
Academic Writings on Literature: a Collection is a must have for those students who need to see samples of various analytical essays. This selective collection gives examples of essays on character, theme, and author's bias in all three of the major literature genres.

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