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26 Responses to Contact Me

  1. Mike Bruff

    Beautiful site, can’t wait to see what’s next.

  2. PEnny A Vergos

    I just purchase Bound to the Highlander, and wanted to know why I can’t find Promised to HIghlander or Enemy of the Highlander on Amazon?
    Are the other two paper only?

    • katerobbins

      Hi there! Bound to the Highlander is my first novel and was only released two weeks ago. I’m hoping to release Promised to the Highlander in 2014 and Enemy of the Highlander shortly after.

      Thank you so much for taking to time to stop by. 🙂

      All the best!

  3. Judy Miller

    I just finished your first books in the Highland Cheifs series. I was very impressed. Great story I can’t wait for the next book. Hoping they have a set of twins. I also wrote a review on Amazon.

    • katerobbins

      Thank you so much Judy! I’m so thrilled you enjoyed it! And thank you so much for reviewing the book on Amazon! That is so generous of you.

      Book two is all about Fergus MacKay and his love story. 🙂 It is due for release on May 30th. Stay tuned! 🙂

  4. Debbie

    Can’t wait for “Promised..!!”

  5. Linda Funk

    I’m waiting for book three of The Highland Chief Series and is it true it’s not coming out until Fall 2015? I’ll go nuts waiting…..sigh. I can only hope it comes out sooner, please keep me on your notification list for release date updates, if any. Thanks!

    • katerobbins

      Fall of this year actually. So no, you won’t have to wait long. I will provide an exact release date as soon as my publisher and I work it out, but I suspect it will be November, 2014. 🙂 Thanks for your kind comments.

  6. Debbie Leidy

    when will Kate Robbins book Promised To A Highlander be available in Paperback???

  7. Charlotte Rushing Roberts

    I just finished reading Spirit Stones from Scrolls of Cridhe. I looked through ALL my many books thinking I must have read one of yours before. This indeed is my first, but will NOT be my last. I love your style, the faery dust, the drama and its resolution. A very worthy read!

  8. michaela

    Amazing job, and huge accomplishments. You should be extremely proud of yourself! I’m a history major, and my main historical interest lies with the history of the United Kingdom. Its so different and refreshing to see books in a Scottish setting. Great work 🙂

  9. Maxine

    Hi Debbieeeee!!
    Just finished Chapter 20 of Enemy of the Highlander. Have gobbled up books Two and Three (so far). Checking your website to see if Rorie and Muren’s story is Book 4. No. So hopefully Book 5? Muren has unexpected strengths as Freya let slip at one point. I was going to send an email to your other account from the past but decided to make my comments public: Wow Wow Wowieee! Holy Moley. Your books are smokin’. Some of your phrases and scenes are absolutely awesome; your words evoke a crystal clear picture in the reader’s mind. One writer-instructor (Vince Mooney) called it RPP or Rewards Per Page. You’re giving your readers lots of rewards, baby.
    I am so so soooo proud of you Debbie. From when we talked in the basement of St James and said to each other, You wrote a book? I wrote a book too. Now you’re a multi-book published author! I know how much you love and care for your family and assume you still work full-time. And this sustained surge of quality output? Absolutely phenomenal!!! I’ve seen your face on posters and seen interviews. Small town girl makes it big! You’ve done really really well.
    Love ya. You’re beautiful inside and out.
    Maxine

    • katerobbins

      Hi lady!!! Thank you so much for your kind words. It has been a long and amazing road since those early drafts of Bound and I would’t change a second of it. 🙂

      I hope you are still working on your wonderful story. 🙂

  10. Lynn

    I have read all three highland chief books twice I enjoyed them very much.
    when is book four due out can’t wait to read it I just love your books

  11. michaela

    Congrats on your publications! I just bought the first two books of the Highland Chiefs series. Im really interested in the history of the UK, and most Historical fiction literature is usually focused around England (which I love), But I’m looking forward to readying about Scotland. I’ve been even more intrigued since I visited the lower half of Scotland over the summer. Just out of curiosity, why Scotland? is it purely just an interest or do you have familial connections or ties to one of the Scottish clans? Being from Newfoundland also, I know how common it is for someone’s family to have Irish or Scottish roots.

    • katerobbins

      Hi there! Thank you so much for purchasing my books. 🙂 I truly hope you like them. Scotland is in my ancestry and as my father was a history teacher, I find combining the two in my writing is a natural fit. So lovely to hear from you! Please keep in touch. 🙂

  12. karen

    add me to newsletter list

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  14. Sherry

    I’ve read all those books just waiting for the next one to come out. Loved them.

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