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Excerpt From Moonshine

The house sat on the southern outskirts of Kendal in Cumberland, in the northern part of England. The rolling countryside was made up of long slopes of green fields and woods of…

  • Interview on Authors Lounge
    Here is another interview on Author’s Lounge about Moonshine An Eldritch Tale. Check it out! https://www.readersmagnet.club/moonshine-an-eldritch-tale-by-robin-trent/
  • The Poison In My Head
    I begin I start to move, to grow, to reach So close, so close And then I hear it, the poison in my head. I deny it, resist it, run from it But silently it grows And I wither inside… Read More ›
  • Interview With Feed My Reads
    I had my first interview as an author on Feed My Reads. Here is an excerpt. A little Introduction I love books. You could plop me down in the middle of a bookstore and I would be content for hours…. Read More ›
  • To The Old Ones
    You have witnessed the passage of time As it leaves its weary mark upon the land Old souls that dance the weave of light While civilizations rise and fall and turn to dust. Forgotten motes of wisdom fall on deaf ears… Read More ›
  • Marketing To Your Genre
    Once you have published your book, marketing becomes key. It is estimated there is one new book on Amazon every five minutes. They publish over 3.4 million titles a year. It is easy to get lost in the fray. But… Read More ›
  • How To Self-Publish
    Many wonder where to begin with self-publishing. I am going to take you through the steps that I took and the order that I did them in. This may or may not be how others do it, but this is… Read More ›
  • Excerpt from Moonshine
    The house sat on the southern outskirts of Kendal in Cumberland, in the northern part of England. The rolling countryside was made up of long slopes of green fields and woods of ash and oak. The yard to the front… Read More ›
  • Self vs. Traditional Publishing
    To publish the traditional route or to self-publish? This is actually a difficult and sometimes thorny question for some writers. Why? If your don’t know what each of them does for you, it’s hard to make that decision. Both have… Read More ›
  • Evolving
    I had an experience. The experience showed me reality. And as I moved towards reality, I saw the illusion of this existence. What we worry about, it has no meaning. What we progress towards, we progress toward nothing. There is… Read More ›
  • Shadow Man
    By Robin Trent There’s a ghost of a man Who lives in my soul A man that doesn’t exist anymore Hardened by years of pain and regret  With emotionless eyes dull and lifeless  Each swell of love met with grief… Read More ›
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