RobinR2016

RobinR2016's favorite authors on Smashwords

Anthony Delano
Latest book: Breathless Diversions.
Published January 2, 2017.
David O'Neil
Latest book: The Yanks.
Published June 7, 2020.
Gary Mark Lee
Latest book: Salem Strom the Dead Man.
Published December 26, 2018. (5.00 from 5 reviews)
Malcolm Torres
Latest book: The Pirate.
Published March 18, 2017. (4.68 from 40 reviews)
Thomas M. McDade
Latest book: Pepto Pink and Lemon Yellow.
Published September 15, 2023.

Smashwords book reviews by RobinR2016

  • Sixty-Four Days, A Sea Story on Sep. 03, 2016

    This story is jammed with one great line after another. Every paragraph rockets the plot further ahead, and we go along with a great main character.
  • SNAFU: Everyone Has Their Demons on Sep. 03, 2016

    I greatly enjoy a good sea story and I liked this one very much. There are nautical tales that are high tech thrillers, some are straight war stories and others involve mysteries or ghosts. This story has all three, so it was like a triple play. I am a member of a FB group that shares sea stories and other nautical fare, and this book was highly recommended by an author I respect (Malcolm Torres) so that is why I read it. I was not disappointed. I can only wonder why this author does not publish some more stories in this same genre.
  • Undead Underway (Undead in Blue #1) on Sep. 03, 2016

    This story was recommended by another author of nautical fiction (Malcolm Torres). It sounded interesting so I gave it a try. I was not disappointed. Actually I enjoyed it quite a bit. The technical bits were not 100% accurate and I had to suspend some of my knowledge about how submarines actually work, but other than the writer is spot on with descriptions, especially how sailors interact and are usually chiding each other. It's amazing how good a story can be in terms of suspense and humor when you put something as outrageous as a vampire on a submarine.
  • Navy Daze on Sep. 05, 2016

    Thanks for this great sea story. I really enjoy reading anything about sailors and the sea.
  • A Pirate's Bounty on Sep. 05, 2016

    A great story of survival on an island in the middle of the ocean.
  • A Ditty Bag of Navy Poems on Sep. 05, 2016

    I love nautical lit and so I really enjoyed this story. A sailor who can write poetry is a special thing in my book, takes us along on shore leave, shows us the moments that make up a sailors life which is a unique thing.
  • The Depths and other tales of Intrigue on Nov. 18, 2016

    The first of the three was my fave'. I like deep sea adventures with a twist.