USA Today bestselling author Robin Stone started writing stories when she was five years old. She wrote essays, articles, and over a million words of non-fiction before turning to fiction in 2011. She watched erotic romance authors having way too much fun, and after writing her first erotic romance, she was hooked.
She writes erotic romances starring handyman heroes. Robin’s imagination is filled with delivery men, landscapers, and carpenters. Her sex-positive books (M/F, M/M, and M/M/F) are emotional stories that keep readers coming back for more.
Robin lives near Boston and likes reading, travel, and eating good chocolate. She loves hearing from her readers. Visit www.robin-stone.net/books/ to see a list of her books.
Watch this space for information about a book signing in fall of 2020.
Should I read your books in a certain order?
The Landscaper Series should be read in order: Book 1: The Landscaper, Book 2: Landscaper in Lust, Book 3: Landscaper in Love, and Book 4: Landscaper in Paradise. Coming in 2020, Book 5: The Landscaper’s Christmas.
The No Limits Series should be read in order: Sharing Darcy, Sharing Courtney, and (coming in 2020) Sharing Alex.
For more information, see my books page.
When will your books be available in print?
The Landscaper Series and The Blue Collar Collection are now in print! You can buy them on Amazon. Sign up for my newsletter for announcements about future print editions.
Can I buy books directly from you?
Not at this time. But I’m working on a shop to sell some gift items.
How can I find out about your new releases?
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Are your characters based on you or anyone I know?
Will you attend my writer or reader conference?
Yes, I’ll consider attending conferences. Watch for information about a book signing in Fall of 2020. Please contact me to discuss.
Where do you get your ideas?
I get ideas from reading, TV, and movies. I think about characters I like and say “What if she…” I saw a cute delivery man one day and wondered “What if he had a fling with a client?” and Delivery Man was born.
How long does it take you to write a book?
It takes me about two months to write and thoroughly revise my novellas. I hand my book off to beta readers and send it to my editor during this time. I’m currently writing a novel, and it’s taking longer, but I want to get it right.
What is your favorite thing about being a writer?
I love it when readers send me messages about my books! I save every message, and some of them are very touching. I love it when a reader tells me that my book helped them in a personal way. I also love meeting readers online and at signing events. Basically: Readers!
What’s your least favorite thing about being a writer?
I dislike the behind-the-scenes maintenance needed to keep an author business afloat, like keeping track of expenses and adverting efforts. I’m constantly working on streamlining my processes so I can spend more time writing.
Do you have an agent or publisher?
Not at this time. I self-publish my books through my own publishing company, Summer Night Publishing. However, I will consider a traditional publishing offer.
Who are some of your favorite erotic romance writers?
Too many to name, but I like: Selena Kitt, Penny Wylder, Taryn Quinn, Patient Lee, Em Petrova, Jane Rylon, and Erica Wilde.
What TV shows do you like?
I love well-written TV shows with strong female characters like: Suits, Shades of Blue, Veronica Mars, Firefly, The Walking Dead, Major Crimes, and Timeless.
What are your favorite foods?
Very good chocolate and Italian food.
Why do you write about sex?
Because I can.