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About Rob Swanson

“lo, welcome to my blog.

Call me Rob.  Because that’s my name.  Rob Swanson (hence the blog name), professional writer and procrastinator.  Author of Do Angels Still Fall? (see below) available on Amazon in softcover and Kindle.  Also screenplays First Comes LoveBurning Meadows and Lunacy.  Contributor and publisher to Letters from the Waiting Room compiled by Lewis Siefert.  And ghostwriter of a bunch of books I’m under confidentiality agreements with so I can’t name them.

I like to read, I like to write, and I like to eat.  Unfortunately, that last one is a pretty strong like, and while you can read and eat, it’s difficult to write and eat, so I probably read more than I write.  Not that you care.

I’m also a Christian and tend to write in that vein.  My posts about writing will serve believers and non-believers alike , so even if you don’t know Christ as your savior, stick around.  I try not to be obnoxious about it.

Websites:

http://www.swanwrite.com

http://www.prevailpress.com

 

Buy the book!

Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, the iStore and Smashwords

 

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. September 2, 2012 2:52 am

    This looks great, Rob. I love the idea. I want to subscribe but I can’t find the “follow” button. Help!

  2. September 2, 2012 2:53 am

    Hey, there it is. I pressed like and it popped up. What if somebody wants to follow you but they don’t like you? That could be a problem.

  3. September 2, 2012 12:31 pm

    It’s there as Entries RSS. Once I figure out how to change it to Follow, I will. 🙂

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