About the Author

Robin is the author of For All Who Wander, her relatable memoir about wrestling with doubt that reads much like a conversation with a friend. She's as Southern as sugar-shocked tea, married to her college sweetheart, and has three children. An empty nester with a full life, she's determined to...

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  1. I am absolutely loving this book – my Kindle version looks like a rainbow with all the highlighting! And to discover that my little instagram pic had been featured in the post today? It’s seeing my art come to life outside of my world – photos + words. Thank-you Robin for the lovely surprise, and thank-you (in)courage for inviting us all to journey together with Emily’s soul-breathing words.

    • Alison,

      Rainbows are special no matter WHERE they show up, right? 🙂 I’m SO glad you discovered your shout out AND saw this as art!! I can’t wait to see the #inbooks hashtag wearing people out!!

  2. Is there any way that maybe there is a book donation for someone who cannot afford the book?

    • Oh, Kirsten…

      We have a sponsored book program that we announce at the beginning of every new Bloom study. The deadline is now past and requests can no longer be made. Perhaps check it out of your local library? I’ve heard others have had success finding it!

  3. I am soooo looking forward to this study! I love it already and I have not even gotten the book!

  4. I’m with Allison! My Kindle is full of highlighted areas, and I’m really looking forward to gaining even more insightful tips for practical applications from Emily, Angie, and Jessica during the videos. And of course, I always look for you to sum up all the goodies in a sweet package, Robin. I’m so encouraged from the gals at (in)courage!

    • Janice,

      The Sofa Girls were ON FIRE with this study (or maybe I just crazyloved the book?? And NEEDED it right now???). It’s good to hear how the (in)(Bloom)girls encourage you, but YOUR words are blessing to us! Thank you!!

  5. So looking forward to this book! Any idea when we will know if we’re receiving a sponsored book?

  6. I am very grateful to whoever donated my copy of A Million Little Ways, I am so looking forward to reading along with everyone else – if i can wait that long!

  7. I am SOOO excited to get started on this study!
    Looking forward to growing closer to Christ and the gal He designed me to be…and finding a deeper meaning in the art I create.
    I am fortunate to work as a full-time artist…finding out who I am in Him as a creative, will take things to a whole new level, I’m sure!

  8. I am so excited with the new selection and blogs! Meanwhile, the colors at the house brighten the discussions around the table at our monthly meetings. I’m looking for new recipes from Shauna Niequist’s. I am in love with the Lord, a special person in my life, my lively and great companion, a nine years old grandson who lives with me, friends, and my online community. I am saying Yes Everyday Surrender with VCC Women’s Ministry and Lysa Terkeurst. I’m thrilled with the new audiotapes from the Million to exhibit at our meetings. What else I need?

  9. Hi Robin, I was wondering if submissions will be requested for upcoming Friday guest posts as they were for Bread & Wine ~ or maybe it’s being worked differently this time. And your closing “Peace, love & hot pink gerbera daisies” made me smile. 🙂

    • Ahhh, Donna, a fellow flower child (in my case, wannabe) :).

      No, we’re handling guest posts a little different this time (you cannot imagine how time consuming that was last time!!).

      Maybe in future studies, so keep those emails coming to know for sure :).

  10. Hi ladies I just got my book but I must have pushed the wrong key….. I wanted to sponsor someone for a book and I received both? Do you have someone who needs one? I can send anytime? Just let me know….. Can’t wait to start!!!,
    Robin

  11. I want to thank you so much! I received my giveaway this morning. It couldn’t have come at a better time. After receiving the news of a love one who has cancer. It brightened my morning.
    Thanks again

  12. My dream as a little girl was to be a momma. I had a very abusive mom and didn’t ever get the idea that I was beautiful or feel worthy of a husband or getting married. Consequently I did make a poor choice but I have 2 wonderful daughters and 2 grand daughters who are so amazing. I am a teacher and get to touch and hopefully brighten lives all the time. Just a touch or a high five can make a world of difference to a child any day of the week. My book is ordered and I can’t wait to read it.