I’m Dawn Robinson-Walsh. Welcome to my website.
My latest work was published by Fonthill Media just before lockdown in the UK. A fresh approach to the life of tarot artist, Pamela Colman Smith, who died in Bude, the research/book questions some commonly held assumptions about this talented illustrator who died in Bude. Currently, I am researching the equally intriguing life of Charlotte Payne-Townshend, wife of the playwright, George Bernard Shaw, a fascinating woman in her own right, who helped to found the London School of Economics (LSE).
My daily writing is hyperlocal news which may be found here at Bude & Beyond.
A little bit about me!
A lover of research, I write non-fiction. My reading and film preferences are social realism, which gels with my interest in history, sociology and psychology.
People tell me non-fiction is easier than writing fiction. I tell them to check out the research which are a prerequisite in writing non-fiction, and then tell me how easy it is!
Variety in writing, truth and authenticity are imperative whatever we write, and we can all try our best to achieve that.