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Monday, June 25, 2018

SPOTLIGHT: I Am The Walker / Three Little Words by J.M. Robson @realjmrobson @pegasuspublish

I Am The Walker
Three Little Words
by J.M. Robson

Excited to be Spotlighting J.M. Robson today!
Horror, Mystery and Thriller? It's like she's writing just for me! 😉

Continue below to learn about two of her books and little bit about the author as well. 💗

Most people believe that you can die from a broken heart. That rejected love could cause someone to take their own life. But what if it isn't heartache that caused the death of the unloved? What if something terrible actually claims their lives? What if there was something hiding in the shadows, waiting, watching, something unearthly, that fed on heartache, sorrow and the souls of the broken hearted? Lilly Anne Freemantle and her new friends have experienced the cruelty of an unimaginable being and now live in fear, knowing that it will return and that they will never be safe. They know they need to destroy the being before it claims more lives. But will their plan work? Or will others die? This novel reminds us that uttering those 'three little words' can bring joy and happiness. Yet makes you wonder what happens when love is not reciprocated. Can this be a catalyst for terror, horror and death?

Billy Donaldson is twenty years old, works in a dead-end job, and has lived with his parents in Fort William, Scotland, all his life. Single and friendless, his miserable existence is made worse by his abusive parents and work colleagues who make his life hell. But one day, he discovers his passion for walking in the Scottish countryside and it acts as a gateway for his revenge on all those who have abused and betrayed him. Told through Billy's eyes, this is a powerful tale demonstrating the need for love and acceptance, and the devastating consequences that can arise when those needs aren't met. A gripping story of determination, revenge and betrayal, with an unexpected twist.

J M Robson lives in a small village of Newbigging on the outskirts of Dundee, Scotland. She is married, has one son, two beautiful grandchildren and three rescue dogs. She supports a number of animal charities in the UK and Abroad including “Help Bulgaria’s Street Dogs and Cats”, “Pongo Vet – Muscat Romania”, and “Rescue Dogs Romania”. 

She attended Kellyfield and Gillburn Primary Schools and Kirkton High School in Dundee.

She loved reading and writing from an early age and still has a copy of one of the first poems she wrote at Kellyfield Primary school titled “The Buzzy Bee” when she was eight years old. 

At Kirkton High she really found her passion for writing and continued to writing short stories and poems. This passion was not limited to the classroom, and at the weekends she would often write short stories and to start with, these were romantic stories, very unlike the horror and thriller stories that she now pens. 

When her son was two years old she returned to education and studied Media and was encouraged to continue writing by one of her tutors. At that time, she didn’t have the same belief in her writing as others had and decided on a different career path. She went on to study Software Engineering and has a career as a software engineer before moving on to quality, health, safety and environmental management and now runs her own QHSE consultancy company. She loves her job, but writing is her real passion and nothing she wants more than to have a long and successful career as a horror, thriller and mystery writer. 

It wasn’t until recently that JM Robson found the courage to submit her work to publishers and Three Little Words was actually written ten years ago. 

JM Robson is a lover of mystery, thriller and crime novels and two of her all-time favourite authors are Agatha Christie and James Herbert. 

As a teenage she was given a copy of James Herbert’s The Fog. She couldn’t put it down and read the book within an evening. It was the first horror novel she had read and is why she got interested in writing horror stories. 

JM Robson describes her writing as “fast paced” and likes her novels to include “lots of interesting characters from different backgrounds and classes” and to “make the reader believe that the characters could be everyday people, and be able to relate to these individuals and enjoy how the character’s relationships evolve.”


JM Robson has also recently completed the sequel to Three Little Words. 

The sequel is set in a new location and she has promised to include lots of new characters but a familiar face from Three Little Words will return. 

Of course, there will be more heartache and more deaths but this time there is something wrong with the killings. Why are these people being picked by the demon? They had everything to live for, no reason to be heartbroken, so why them? 

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