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Author of the Week, Erika Robuck, Jan. 18, 2021

AUTHOR OF THE WEEK   January 18, 2021


Erica Robuck


Erika Robuck is the national bestselling author of Receive Me Falling, Hemingway’s GirlCall Me ZeldaFallen Beauty, and The House of Hawthorne. She is a contributor to the anthology Grand Central: Original Stories of Postwar Love and Reunion and to the Writer’s Digest essay collection, Author in Progress. In 2014, Robuck was named Annapolis’ Author of the Year, and she resides there with her husband and three sons.

“I believe vulnerability is the key. When we see a character’s fears, anxieties, and self-doubt, they become human and redeemable. Vulnerability is almost always revealed in journals, letters, and photographs. They are treasures and, if I’m able to get my hands on them, key to helping me develop multi-dimensional, empathetic characters.”



Interview at Jocosa’s Bookshelf:


Visit her Amazon page:



Her forthcoming novel, The Invisible Woman (February 9, 2021, Berkley, Penguin Random House) is about real-life superwoman of WWII, OSS/SOE agent Virginia Hall.

(P.S. I am currently reading House of Hawthorne because I love Nathaniel Hawthorne as a writer and have written about him myself in my ghost short story Between the Darkness and the Dawn. Loving this novel!)


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