Author Archives: Robie

Hellfire is On Fire

Hellfire Terence McGregor wants a woman in his life. Eden Hellior wants Terence McGregor. Only her sister stands in their way. Wonderful news – My short story Hellfire is one of the winners of Tule Publishing’s Eros 2016 Pillow Talk … Continue reading

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Another Online Course This Year

That’s right, I’ve just booked Alpha’s: Leaders of the Pack for October 2016 with LowCountry Romance Writers. Course Blurb: You don’t like me, Bond. You don’t like my methods. You think I’m an accountant, a bean counter who’s more interested … Continue reading

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November is Alpha Month

  Come join me November 2nd at http:/www.rwamysterysuspense.org for a month long course devoted to—   Alphas: Leaders of the Pack Course Blurb: You don’t like me, Bond. You don’t like my methods. You think I’m an accountant, a bean counter … Continue reading

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Intensive Workshop Coming in April

I’ll be offering a special 6 week intensive version of my Journey Cycle Workshop from April 6 to May 15 through Lowcountry Romance Writers. This course uses the familiar, symbolic world of Fairy Tales to reinterpret the Hero’s Journey into … Continue reading

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March Workshop Coming Soon

Foolproof Synopsis and Query Letter March 2 – 27, 2015 through Colorado Romance Writers Build a synopsis and query letter from the ground up! When you know everything there is to know about your story, it’s hard to stay focused … Continue reading

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New Release

Checklist for a journey of rediscovery: her body, his hands…and a tube of paint. Almost a year ago, fifty-something high school shop teacher Cass McCarthy heard the one word no one ever wants to hear. She’s a survivor—but that’s all … Continue reading

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Sharing Good News

  I’ve learned that Dragon’s Lair is a finalist in the Northwest Houston RWA Lone Star Contest. When a librarian discovers her secret heritage among the ancient dragon-shifting dynasties, she is plunged into the center of a clandestine war between … Continue reading

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Back in the Saddle

  Cowboy Heat includes: Denim and Lace by Robie Madison One woman in a pair of rhinestone heels plus two sexy cowboys equals a highly combustible combination.   Okay, I admit, there is no saddle—at least not in my story. … Continue reading

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New Year’s Rehabilitation

This year, as I enter my second month of physiotherapy, I’m making New Year’s Rehabilitation—not Resolutions—a priority. I was proceeding through a green light one morning in late November last year when a DO2V (translation = Driver Of Other Vehicle, … Continue reading

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The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari: A Horror Masterpiece

  It’s that time of year—jack-o-lanterns, treats, and the requisite skeletons, zombies, vampires and other creatures from the horror pantheon appear for a night.   What exactly is horror?   Merriam Webster defines horror as a “painful and intense fear” … Continue reading

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