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About Robin Hill
Robin Hill spends 75% of her day writing, 30% reading, and a good 25% hanging out with her husband whilst simultaneously stalking random people online. She’s terrible at math. She loves wine. Coincidence? Maybe. She also loves The Doors, the Browns, cheeseburgers, and Josh Duhamel.
Robin hides out at her Texas Hill Country compound with her husband and their little poodle princess, Alice Malice.
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I'm writing to let you know I'm going to do as you asked. I'm going to leave you alone and hope that one day you'll come back to me.
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