Owing to a number of factors the regularity and frequency of activity in this website and integrated blog have, for the foreseeable future, to be reduced. This does not mean activity will cease entirely. Information, articles, reviews, interviews, etc. will continue to be shared but, as stated, on a less frequent and regular basis though … More April 2018 – Reduced Activity
Whether you are a new visitor to this website or already a regular reader/follower you are very welcome. It is hoped you will find all available, and subsequent, content of interest and help. If you have a particular area of interest, relevant articles and posts may be located either from the ‘Categories’ list to the … More New to T. R. Robinson Publications?
Apologies are extend to regular readers for the continued inactivity in this website and integrated blog as well as in social media accounts. It is anticipated this inactivity will continue for a while yet but please be assured the aim is to recommence sharing author and reader related articles and information once circumstances permit.
Welcome Leila Sen Author of published biography ‘Where Destiny Commands’/’Aegis of Kali’ and poetry. NOTE: Within some of her responses Leila refers to ‘This book’; ‘In a book such as this’; etc. These refer to the book Where Destiny Commands/The Aegis of Kali. (Links etc. may be found at the end of this interview.) Do you … More Leila Sen – Interview
Is Instagram a useful tool for authors? It does have its advantages but it also has limitations and drawbacks. Authors, especially independent (indie) ones, consistently look for ways to get news of their books out to readers. The usual route, beside large paid for publicity campaigns that most indie author cannot afford and author websites … More Instagram and Authors
In a recent interview Pamela King asked author T. R. Robinson some probing questions which solicited responses that may well help and interest both independent (indie) authors and readers alike: Indie authors to help understand what motivates, challenges, hinders and helps the author in their authoring journeys. Readers to comprehend how a book comes into … More T. R. Interview
FIVE PLUS PLUS!! Two Title/Two Cover option explained at end. It is hard to do this book justice in a short review. The sub-title ‘1939-1945: A Time of Love & War’ sets the scene and timing but provides no hint as to the considerable details and information included within this true tale of life and … More Where Destiny Commands/The Aegis of Kali by Leila Sen
Regular visitors to, and readers of, this website and integrated blog will have noted several computer virus (malware) related articles have been published over the last couple of months. The overall intention was to provide fellow users of electronic devices (computer, tablet, e-readers, smartphones, etc.) with some insight into the topic and to try and … More Computer Viruses – Summary
Some statistics Note: It is understood the following information has been obtained through the medium of surveys. In the United Kingdom (UK) the percentage of people who read went down over a four year period from 79% to 72%. In the United States of America (USA) 27% of those surveyed stated they had … More Are You A Reader?
Within each of the recent Computer Viruses series of articles there is consistent advice and recommendations upon preventative actions users may take to protect their systems from infection and attack. Among these is the sensible requirement to have appropriate, valid, antivirus software incorporated. In this article not only will reference be made to some of … More Computer Viruses – Antivirus & Cleaner Software
This is a guest post from Pamela King. Introduction Most people would agree research is essential for non-fiction work. It is obvious you must have your facts straight. How much research is necessary? Is it enough to simply check facts? Is it necessary for fictional work? Non-fiction stories must also hold the reader’s interest. That … More The Importance of Research for Writers