Framing Noverta~Robin Weaver
Artifacts of Death~Robin Weaver & Robert Drdak
Styrofoam Corpse~Robin Weaver
Seven O'Clock Corpse~Robin Weaver (late 2023)
Blue Ridge Fear~Robin Weaver
Semi-autobiographical / Self Help
The Loss World~Mary London Szpara
The Loss World Companion workbook (winter 2022)
The Loss World Monologues~Mary London Szpara
The Loss World Monologues Mary London Szpara/ directed by Maria Howell, with Patricia French, Vickie Eng, Michelle Weber
The Secret Language of of Leah Sinclair~Robin Weaver
Holiday in Merryvale Stories~Robin Weaver (available Nov. 2022)
Christmas Tree Wars
Full Contact Decorating
Paranormal Romance Series -Genia Avers
Forbidden Magic (Lantus Chronicles)
Forbidden Flame (Lantus Chronicles) (coming fall 2022)
Forbidden Twice (Lantus Chronicles) (coming spring2023)
Forbidden No More(Lantus Chronicles) (winter 2023)
Stories From The Bottom of The Bottle~Mary London Szpara (Spring 2023)
Very crafty writing (4 of 5 stars) Cindy O
Evade and elude. That should have been the title to this book. It should have also been marketed as a comedy as well as rom/suspense. This was a cleverly written suspense that the author chose to tell without telling us anything. And I mean that in a good way. You're at the end of the book before you know who anyone is. I honestly dont know how the heroine Sienna Sanders stayed sane.
I'm not going to talk about any plot points as I think the reader just needs to experience this book with no background. Yes I am evading. The author taught me well reading this book (grin)
A suspense romp loaded with fun & wit
(5 of 5 stars) Linda reviewFebruary 12, 2014 (Amazon.com)
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Author Robin Weaver dishes up irresistible snarky humor that makes reading any of her books a guarantee of fun. In The Secret Language of Leah Sinclair, her teen heroine is likable, brave and witty. Who can resist? Plus the book's co-star, the talking dolphin, Rocket, mangles his language in a way that's guaranteed to make you laugh. The humor is paired with real suspense and a clear window into teen angst. Adults and teens alike should love this book.
( 5 of 5 stars) Mistress Mary
review December 13, 2015 (Amazon.com)
Format: Kindle Edition
I loved this story. I liked Katrina’s spirit and her pride in her community. She loved Merryvale and was delighted to show Hunter around. He really started to get to know her and he actually had fun too. They even had a snowball fight. I was hoping for them to fall for each other. They had such chemistry even when they were fighting. They made a great couple. Tripp only wanted her because someone else was interested. Tripp seemed very boring compared to Hunter and not someone to hold on to Katrina. It also proved that Katrina could change her ways. She completely changed her attitude towards people and it made her a happier person.
Great Christmas Story (5 of 5 stars) Gus
review January 2016 (Amazon.com)
I loved the story because it showed love and friendship. Anyone who reads love stories would enjoy this book. It kept my interest every minute. Loved the story Robin.
(5 of 5 stars) Linda review December 24, 2012 (Amazon.com)
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Artifact of Death returns us to an earlier era of detectives and who-dun-its, providing the feel of stories like The Maltese Falcon even though the main character has a computer and a cell phone. The story even includes a curvy "dame," who may or may not be trustworthy. Artifact is a light, fun read that pays tribute to its forerunners. This author team obviously had fun writing the mystery.
(5 of 5 stars) T. Hartsell review January 29, 2013 (Amazon.com)
This book has it all! Romance, suspense, intrigue, humor, excitement, action, etc. When I started reading it, I could not put it down! It had just the right amount of depth to the plot and characters to keep my attention without going so deep that I had to reread previous sections. Nothing is worse than reading a book that has so many details that you lose the entertainment value!!! I have been an avid reader all of my life, losing myself in books of romance, magic, and mystery. This book has all of that and mor
The Loss World Susan S review Oct 02, 2013
It was amazing Read in September, 2013 The book lives up to expectations. Having lost loved ones over the years, I found several of the writings to take me back to the pain and sorrow of the past and understanding how necessary it really is to utilize those emotions to move on. It is something I will keep close by to read again.
Personal reflections of true love and dealing with the loss of a worldly partner... Dealing with the healing over time... Providing hope for a life after separation in this earthly plane with emotional insight...
I sat and read this book in one sitting. Anyone who's lost a loved one will see themselves on these pages and will smile and will cry as you read on. You need a box of tissues nearby.Anyone lucky enough to not have lost someone close will still want to read this because as we read we are presented with a message of love and peace and hope. Mary London Szpara writes for every human,whether man or woman.The feelings of loss are the same but personal to each of us. Ms.Szpara definitely touches the soul. I think she is extremely brave to bare herself to the world.But what she has written will help bring peace to so many who are in need of peace. Oprah--this is a writer you need to talk to. Are you listening
"I wanted to thank you again for your beautiful storytelling, your courage to share your love and heartache and your unending trust in the cast and belief that others would relate and heal from the show. I keep comparing the show to The Vagina Monologues because it's both funny and serious and has the potential to grow and be performed in many cities because SO many people can relate" ~ Hannah, Charlotte, NC
"It breaks down your barriers...it's hard to keep up your guard. It's very powerful. " ~Linda, Charlotte, NC
"Powerful. Definitely moving" ~ Derek, New York, NY
"that was phenomenal" ~ Rick, Charlotte, NC
Great question. In The Loss World and The Loss World Monologues (TLWM) by Mary London Szpara, "The Boy Box" was one of the journal entries/monologues. Robin Weaver (the "Avers" of London Avers) an actor in the stage presentation of TLWM in 2015 told the playwright she would be interested in collaborating with her on a book based on that title, as it has humor and potential for a great story. The playwright is the London, of London Avers (Mary London Szpara).
Yes! At this time TLWM has been adapted to an exciting collaborative project as an enhanced reading with original music. The Author/Musician combos have begun popping up around the country, and performances have already been held beginning in September 2018. The performance piece collaboration with singer/songwriter/actor Kelly Zirbes already have dates on the books for The East Coast in April 2019 and extending throughout the U.S. in 2019.
Interest from theatre groups for scripts of the original play has begun. Scripts available here
Yes. Although we personally love the feel and intimacy that only a physical book can provide (and to be honest, we write in the margins on many of our books, therefore we have to have it in real book form), we do recognize the ability to carry an electronic library is less weighty and doesn't take up as much luggage room.
One thing at a time! LOL!
Actually, our plans were to edit it for stage or possibly television or film and go from there. Best answer: We'll see.
Robin is completing her four book Paranormal Romance "Forbidden" series (She writes as Genia Avers) and is a writing machine!
She contributes lifestyle articles to a local magazine, blogs with other writers on a variety of topics on "Romancing the Genres" .
She also holds workshops for budding writers, all while overseeing a renovation on her lake house. Who wants to bet odds there will be a thriller about renovations on the horizons from her?
Mary is collaborating with Kelly Zirbes (Kelly Z) of "Kelly's Lot" a Blues/Roots/Americana band on The Loss World Monologues 2.0 (TLWM 2.0) which debuted in 2018 and continues in 2019.
London is working on a series of intertwining stories for new fiction in 2019 or 2020. She is not a writing machine.
She is also executive producer and audio editor of a nationally syndicated weekly 2 hour music / entertainment show,"and Then There Was That" and has plans to record "The Loss World" as an audio book for 2019