In 2001, Robin opened the doors to The Write Source, LLC (TWS) a freelance writing, editing, and memoir instruction business. In 2015, she added Rain Drop Press, an imprint to TWS. Working in tandem with TWS, Robin held a full-time position in Corporate America in several different capacities over her business career retiring in 2015 to become the full-time freelance writer, editor, and manager for TWS.
In 2015, Robin published her first anthology through Rain Drop Press, the publishing imprint of TWS. The anthology series is named, “Life is a Journey–not a destination.” The first book in the series is My Brush with Death which contains 26 stories about ordinary people accomplishing extraordinary feats when faced with death.
Robin is a copywriter, editor, speaker, personal historian, and Certified Life Writing Instructor. As a lifelong learner, Robin embraces every new project with a sense of professional curiosity. She accepts all of her projects with the expectation of learning something new from the experience, and she is never disappointed.
As a trained American Writers & Artists Inc. (AWAI) professional copywriter, Robin enjoys working with small and mid-size businesses helping them tell their business stories to achieve their marketing goals. As a magazine, newsletter, and newspaper writer, Robin has experience in writing stories that are both factual but interesting to read. She is currently a regional freelance feature writer for Senior Life Newspapers where her specialty is personal profile feature articles. She is also published in PenIt!, Family, Boomers, New You, and The Business Exchange magazines to name a few. Her personal memoir work is published in the life writing textbook, Turning Memories Into Memoirs, Lifewriting Digest, and in anthologies.
Robin belongs to a number of local and national writers’ organizations: Central Indiana Writers’ Association (Current Director); National Association of Memoir Writers; American Christian Writers; and The Writer’s Center of Indiana. Robin has served in various leadership positions in a variety of these organizations.
Robin lives in the small historic southern Indiana town of Franklin with her husband, Mark, and their two mischievous Dachshunds, Baron and Trinka Lynn.