Author Archives: C.E.Robinson

About C.E.Robinson

Christine Elizabeth Robinson, a former nurse practitioner ventures into the world of fiction to write books. Published in May 2022, THREE YEARS OF HER LIFE, a historical fiction, comes from her love of researching family history. A background as a published poet, experience in writing fiction, non-fiction and screenplays, is an advantage in her writing career. Christine lives in Southern California. A literary fiction book, in progress, A SONG FOR CLARE, approaches a woman's staggering real-life medical and relationship challenges. Her love of music and talent to sing, saves her. http://cerobinsonauthor.com

Three Years of Her Life

Three Years of Her Life is a debut historical fiction book. The main character, Elizabeth and her beloved Erik uncover Grandfather Gustav’s hidden secret in a German synagogue. A mystery woman’s photo, in his gold pocket watch that he carries … Continue reading

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Three Years of Her Life – Novel Update

May Flowers are here. And… next week expect Three Years of Her Life, a debut novel. Three Years of Her Life, set in New England and Central Europe, is similar in concern and significant issues to bestselling American Epic books … Continue reading

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# 3 EXCERPT – THREE YEARS OF HER LIFE

Elizabeth and Erik visited Grandmother Edna in January, 1961. They gave her the answer to the mystery woman’s photo in her ex-husbands’s pocket watch. The second they pulled away from Edna’s farmhouse, all Elizabeth’s pent up anger poured out. “I … Continue reading

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# 2 EXCERPT – THREE YEARS OF HER LIFE

As they had planned, Elizabeth’s beloved Erik went to Hamburg, Germany for cardiac research. And he made a side trip in search of Grandfather’s birth certificate. It could be a link to Grandfather’s secret, and the mystery woman’s photo in … Continue reading

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# 1 EXCERPT -THREE YEARS OF HER LIFE

Elizabeth was on a two-week vacation at her aunt and uncle’s in Center Lovell, Maine. Grandmother invited her to visit. And that was that. Grandma hadn’t called her here today simply to receive medical advice. She needed Elizabeth to do … Continue reading

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More About the Book

Similar to bestselling American epic books set in the Great Depression, The Great War and the U.S. South, Three Years of Her Life, set in New England and Central Europe, is a heartwarming and heart wrenching story. Elizabeth Heim, together … Continue reading

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For Grandfather

He wished to retain his golden trumpet, the gift of admiring friends. It is my pal,” he said, “and when I answer the last curtain call, I pray that my trumpet be buried with me.” November 2, 1933, New York … Continue reading

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May flowers and a debut book coming

Cover Reveal: Three Years of Her Life: C.E. Robinson A stirring tale that rides the line between historical fiction and romance. Inspired by a famous musician’s secret life, years ago in Germany. It is an indelible portrait of family love, … Continue reading

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Meet My Muses Lydia and Lilly

Author’s Note: Diana at Myths of the Mirror has a new prompt: Meet the Muse. The rules are: Post a Muse conversation on your blog and leave a link to your post in the comment section of Diana’s post: http://mythsofthemirror.com/2020/11/20/meet-the-muse-prompt Many … Continue reading

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Then What?

After three-years, I finished the first draft of a historical fiction book, Sunset Inn, wish you were here. Then what? As a first book newbie, I was smart enough to know the story needed work. I deleted filler words, passive … Continue reading

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