Author Archives: maggierobinsonwriter

It Does Not Compute

Once upon a time, I got so mad at my husband I couldn’t sleep. (Don’t worry. We celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary last month.) I went upstairs where the family computer was, and started pounding out a tale involving an … Continue reading

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The Body Count

After seven years as a published historical romance author, I started writing the Lady Adelaide cozy mystery series in 2017. All of a sudden, killing seemed so much easier than kissing. Perhaps it was the political climate, or I just … Continue reading

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Eyewitness

I said in my last post I’m a very visual person. There’s nothing like being and seeing for oneself. I’ve been lucky to travel for historical research. When one writes about the United Kingdom in the Regency, Victorian, Edwardian, and … Continue reading

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The Arsenal

A year ago last November I had cataract surgery for both eyes. I stopped driving a couple of months before that—I couldn’t read street signs. Really, I couldn’t read books and magazines even with my progressive lenses, and watching television … Continue reading

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The Times They Are A-Changin’

Come writers and criticsWho prophesize with your penAnd keep your eyes wideThe chance won’t come again (Bob Dylan) This blog is not about the upcoming election, or Daylight Savings Time, or Columbus Day now designated Indigenous Peoples’ Day. No more … Continue reading

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Down the Rabbit Hole without a Ladder

EDITED TO ANNOUNCE THAT TEMPEWYTCH IS MY WINNER! Please contact me at maggie@maggierobinson.net and tell me which Lady Adelaide Mystery you’d like me to send you. Thanks to Kathy Lynn Emerson/Kaitlyn Dunnett and Kate Flora for inviting me to join … Continue reading

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