Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Robin Gainey
141 followers -
Writing Transformational Fiction: stories of change. "How it happens, why it happens---what happens next".
Writing Transformational Fiction: stories of change. "How it happens, why it happens---what happens next".

141 followers
About
Robin's posts

Post has attachment
What if the Transitive Property of Equality was the explanation of existence?

Post has attachment
Dogs know the way to pen a tale. Any writer can learn how. Read on: A Lesson In Storytelling From The Ultimate Dog Tease

Post has attachment
For the past three months I have been immersed in a final edit (only final until it goes to print, that is…) of book number two. Out-of-the-loop doesn’t begin to describe the hole I’ve been in…sequestration, in its non-political form, that is. The novel…

Post has attachment
Nothing drives home the point of ebb and flow more than being on a boat. I feel the tide go in and out four times a day during the summer. Time and tide, waiting for no man, give a clear window into the inescapable ebb and flow of life. Nothing new, but…

Post has attachment
If a man can write a dog of a screenplay, can a dog write a script with humanity? I tried my paw…left, then right. I’m ambidextrous. A feat for a quadruped. Make that feet. The advantage, clear, no? At any rate, this little canine wrote a second novel,…

Post has attachment
It has been said that one never gets things done because perfection in nonexistent. If you can never get it right, you can never truly finish, and if you never finish, you never get it right. But the moments arrive when an author must pen the last…

Post has attachment
Notice? I took a semi-hiatus from digital communication the past year. In part, because I have several writing projects racing to the finish line, and in part, because I had an epiphany a year ago: face-to-face contact makes me feel good.  Not that I went…

Post has shared content
Amen. 

Post has attachment
For Mike

Post has attachment
Let’s discuss etymology. For those out there challenged by syllables (i.e. certain men), I’m talking words. Science tells us that the humble dog is able to recognize more words than ever before thought. Beyond the simple “fetch”, “sit”, “shake”, “ball”,…
Wait while more posts are being loaded