October’s guest for #Scifi Women Interviews is author Jo Robinson. I met her thanks to the WordPress writing and blogging community and was deligthed when she accepted to participate to this series.
Jo Robinson was born in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, and now lives in a sleepy little town nestled at the foot of the Soutpansburg mountain range, having finally come home again after eighteen years in Zimbabwe. She is owned by a feathered horde who accompany her on her tale-telling way, inspire her, and keep her neck warm in winter. She keeps the cashew industry afloat with her out of control nut habit, which is fuelled by her aversion to leaving her keyboard. As well as science-fiction/fantasy, she writes of human frailty and the overcoming life’s challenges. You can find more about her and her books on her blog, Goodreads and Amazon.
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