This style of short-stories reminds me of Poe or Lovecraft. Robin Chappell’s writing is modern, fresh and upbeat.(Amazon Review of “Her Crowning Frenzy: A Collection of Poetic Stories”) May 2018
The poetry is incredible at digging deep. Amplifying, emphasizing, heightening, intensifying, magnifying…. doing exactly what poetry is suppose to do. Poetry stirs the soul. And that is exactly what this book did for me.
These poems, stories, shorts, or prose, what ever name an expert of words would like to use, have brought me joy and sadness, sometimes snapping me to attention. The works in this book do exactly what poetry should. Each story made me feel.”
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A freshly published thirty year old author, Robin Chappell was born in Fort Belvoir, VA and raised as what they call a military brat. Her father, Robert, served in the U.S. Army for twenty years, providing her and her little brother, Robert Jr. with the opportunity of traveling to many interesting destinations around the world and contributing to her cultural background. Her mother motivated her love for reading books and writing at the early age of three. Robin began writing poetry and winning competitions in school at the tender age of thirteen. At the age of nineteen she followed her fathers footsteps and enlisted into the Army National Guard. Once enlisted, Robin was sexually assaulted by a fellow soldier. After reporting the incident and receiving no help or support from the military or her colleagues, she underwent many life changing issues and coping skills for eight years, nearly leading her down a darker path. She served her country for seven years and deployed to Tikrit, Iraq in 2010 serving under Operation Iraqi Freedom. Since completing her military career three years ago, healing, and becoming stronger than ever; she now raises a one year old daughter named Harmony, hosts a vlog and writes a blog called The Vizzion, and is the founder and coordinator of a non-profit organization in her community called Harmonious Grace, Inc., which focuses on reading illiteracy and providing counseling to women and men that have undergone sexual trauma while assisting with their case.