My New Novel: When Robins Appear!

I’m thrilled to announce that my debut Women’s Fiction novel, When Robins Appear, was released by Red Adept Publishing as an ebook and paperback on October 20, 2020!

With a lucrative freelance career and a loving family, Deborah Earle has a life many women would envy. But her daughter, Amanda, is heading to college soon, and Deborah worries about having an empty nest. She thinks another child might be the answer. Her husband, Richard, however, may not be willing to start over so late in life.

Amanda is excited about attending NYU next year, but she meets Graham, a handsome older boy, falls hard, and considers postponing her education to stay close to him. Her mother takes an instant dislike to Graham, but Amanda refuses to let her keep them apart.

As Deborah watches her daughter rush headlong toward heartache on an all-too-familiar path, the secrets lurking in Deborah’s past continue to echo in her present. When tragedy strikes, Deborah faces a future she could never have imagined and she asks herself, if she wonders if given the choice, would she do it all again?


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31 thoughts on “My New Novel: When Robins Appear!

  1. I really love your article. It’s obvious you have lots of
    knowledge on this topic. Your points are well made as well as relatable.
    Thanks for writing engaging and interesting material.


  2. Good luck and best wishes. I began writing full time 6 years ago at a ‘certain age’ and have had stories published in anthologies and magazines. I’ve written several novels all waiting to go into my publisher. My debut – co-written – novel was published in November 2017, with Paperback and audio coming out this May. So I say to older writers, go for it. There is nothing to lose. I wish you much success. xx


  3. Loved it. And I thought it was a page turner too (as mentioned above). When Robins Appear is Densie’s third novel and is my favorite yet. The characters are fully developed and the dialogue rings true. Enjoy!


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