“When you have a book published it doesn’t take long before someone, somewhere will ask you to speak. Being a bit shy it took me a while to warm up to that idea, but once I figured out that it wasn’t really much different than talking to a lot of friends at once it became one of my favorite things to do.”
Here are a few things Robin enjoys talking about:
- The “Ooooh! Aaaaah!” Model for Fiction
- Creative Problem Solving Techniques and Writing
- Art and the Broken Heart
Robin loves to be in the classroom. She taught Sign Language at Furman University, and has taught Art, Character Education, and first grade. She currently serves as a planner and instrutor at Camp Conroy for the Pat Conroy Literary Center.
“I believe the best learning comes by doing, and I will come to your classroom via Zoom or Skype ready to rumble.”
A Few Topics to choose from are:
-My Story: Students leave with a short, illustrated story
-Talk With Your Hands: Students learn a few basic Signs
-What do authors do anyway? Students have fun practicing the basic process of writing a paragraph or a story
Contact Robin at RobinPrinceMonroe@gmail.com to book a school visit or speaking engagement.