Julia Robb, Scalp Mountain –
Review and Interview by Ron Scheer

Readers, I gave this interview in 2012, and it was published on buddiesinthesaddle.com. Sadly, Ron Scheer, who reviewed and interviewed me, has since died. REVIEW This is a fine novel. If you drew a line between Lonesome Dove and All the Pretty Horses, you would find Scalp Mountain somewhere along the way. Robb immerses you…

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STORYTELLER’S 7: JULIA ROBB, WAR GAMES AND OTHER ADVENTURES

READERS, Tom Rizzo published this interview on his website, and you can find him at http://tomrizzo.com   If you ever have a chance to sit down with Julia Robb and chat about her award-winning days as a journalist, you’ll leave laughing, shaking your head, or gawking in astonishment. A storyteller in every sense of the word,…

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An interview with Julia Robb by Colin Falconer

I’m absolutely delighted to have Julia Robb as my guest on the blog today. Julia and I have never met and we don’t even always see eye to eye on things, but I love her take on life and I am a huge fan of her work. Scalp Mountain was one of the best books…

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Interview with Julia Robb – – by Simon Andrew Stirling

Back in November I reviewed Julia Robb’s excellent novel, SAINT OF THE BURNING HEART – a gritty portrayal of passions and tensions in a small Texan town near the Mexican border.  The spare, crisp, no-nonsense descriptions, authentic-sounding dialogue and expertly conjured atmosphere of the novel made it a truly gripping and impressive read. So I…

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Julia Robb discusses her writing with author Richard Weatherly

Rich Weatherly, Author, Blogger and Book Reviewer interviewed Julia.   When we writers (including you, dear Richard) write books, we are just reproducing our brains. Therefore, readers aren’t really reading printed words on a page, they’re reading other personalities. That’s one of the reasons reading is so thrilling and why it’s so important for writers…

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Interview With ‘Buddies In The Saddle’

Ron Scheer of ‘Buddies In The Saddle’ Coachella Valley, California. Farm-raised in the Platte River valley of central Nebraska. Settled in Southern California. Near compulsive reader and film lover. Julia has this to say about her writing: I tried to write Scalp Mountain as a historical novel, meaning a book which helps explain events during a specific…

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