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About Robin Joy Wirth

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Hi, I'm Robin Joy Wirth, a prolific fiction writer (among other things...) producing both books of my own and numerous romance books as a freelancer. My love of the written word began in my youth along with much love for other creative pursuits.

Looking around the internet, you may find me popping up in numerous places including deviantart.com, fanfiction.net, facebook, and plenty more. Running a search for Robin Joy Wirth is certain to produce at least another one or two.

A mother of four kids ranging in age from 29 down to 9 years old at the time of this writing, I am the current owner of an intrepid turtle and a surly but sexy fiance. The fiance has gone back to college to 'find himself'. The turtle does not seem keen on studying anything more useful than the position of her sleeping log (grins...).

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Discourse of a negative nature is ignored at my discretion.

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worldbuilding workbook

Use this low-content book to create characters, settings, internal or external factors that might affect the outcome of your fiction.
Fill the 200 8.5x11in pages with details, or even just doodle in there if you want...
This is your creativity catch-all. Gather up all your story ideas and put them in here. $6.95 plus shipping in the US amazon store.

worldbuilding workbook companion

Written as a companion guide for the Worldbuilding Workbook, you can grab this as an ebook, or better yet purchase the paperbacks together for a more hands-on experience. This companion book is meant to be a sort of instruction manual on how you use your workbook, but also contains suggestions on how to use a three ring binder and create a workbook of your own instead.