Novels & Shorts for Your eBooks Library

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NOVELS

What Happened in Granite Creek

When Koty Fowler’s husband volunteers her to visit Jamie, a quadruple amputee who lost his limbs in Iraq, neither Koty nor Jamie is happy. Jamie resents being “babysat” every day. Koty resents her lot in life: almost 30, mother of three, and trapped in an unhappy marriage in Granite Creek, a small New Hampshire town. But when Koty and Jamie come together in a sexually-charged situation, everything changes. Read the complete synopsis here and buy now.

Forgotten April

Can two long-lost half sisters make peace with their pasts and learn what it means to be a family?

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SHORT STORIES

 

“Cr"Crush" eBook short story by Robyn Bradleyush” by Robyn Bradley

What happens when a grieving mother tries to recreate the manner in which her only child died?

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"A Touch of Charlotte" eBook short story by Robyn Bradley

“A Touch of Charlotte” by Robyn Bradley

Will a mother do anything to make the ghost of her dead daughter happy, even if it means killing her surviving child?

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“The Object” by Robyn Bradley

Take one depressed college professor and add in one troubled student, and what do you get?

A reckoning.

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"Orange Pineapple" ebook short story

“Orange Pineapple” by Robyn Bradley

A lonely man. A lost girl. And ice cream.

It isn’t what you think. (Okay, maybe a little.)

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“Support Our Troops” by Robyn Bradley

What happens when a housewife and mother of four has an affair with a quadruple amputee who lost his limbs while serving in Iraq?

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Browse past feature writing articlesfor free.

  • Personal essay, “Roar,” featured in The Breakwater Review.

Here’s a short piece published in Writer’s Digest under my now defunct pen name, E.T. Robbins:

Here are some of my favorite pieces from The MetroWest Daily News, where I worked as a stringer for a short time under my now defunct nom de plume, E.T. Robbins (it’s a long story). Clicking these links will bring you to a PDF file:

Back in the Day: Film Reviews for Film Monthly (under my nom de plume, E.T. Robbins)