This book comprises a mix of fact, supposition, and fiction based upon, and surrounding, some events in the life Dr Syma Finkelman, the author’s aunt. This mix will lead some to categorise the book as biographical fiction. The story commences in Poland, the protagonists place of birth and home. The reader is provided with insights … More When She Came Back by Yaron Reshef
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Author T. R. Robinson wishes to express her appreciation to Julie Watson for the following review of the novel ‘Loving Maria’. ‘This is the second book I have read by T.R. Robinson. The first being ‘Tears of Innocence’ telling the true story of the authors life following the death of her mother at the … More Loving Maria – A Review
Earlier this year (2019) a reader’s review of the novel ‘Peter’ was published. Author T. R. Robinson thanks them for taking the time to read and review the book. In view of how popular audio listening is becoming it is thought readers may be interested to listen to a short extract of how it … More Sequel to the Novel ‘Peter’
In this article two primary aspects will be considered: Why the genre of ‘Biographical Fiction’ exists and How to go about structuring a manuscript for this genre. To set the matter in context: By very definition the content of autobiographical, biographical and memoir books must be entirely truthful and based upon real people, events and facts. For … More Biographical Fiction
This is a fictional account of a true event and consequently, falls into the Fiction/Biographical genre. Nonetheless, despite the fictional tag, it carries the weight of authenticity. The synopsis provides a background to the tale: ‘This short story is based on the horrific and heartbreaking story of a young Christian woman named Ann Saunders who … More The True Tale of Castaway Ann Saunders by Roger Weston