Creator of Worlds

Writer, Weirdo, Romantic

Robert McKay has been in love with books as long as he can remember, but it wasn't until he got to go to the middle school library that he really found his true passion in science fiction and fantasy. He first found them in the form of Choose Your Own Adventure books, but he didn't stop there. Soon he found fantasy books that were so big that he could hardly carry them. But carry them he did. Not long after, he started creating worlds of his own. His tendencies got him labeled as a weirdo and outcast. He stopped writing and barely read for a very long time. When he finally started reading and writing again, it felt like coming home. Though he tends to write science fiction and fantasy stories, they all tend to have an element of romance, whether he originally intends them to or not.
 

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What’s Up Wednesday #2

It’s Wednesday again and time for me to tell you what I’m up to. Thanks again to Jamie and Erin for starting this and helping me find a way to be more focused on what I’m doing with my time! What I’m Reading I’m still reading Equal Rites and The Witch With No Name, but I haven’t really touched Equal Rites this week because Witch is getting CRAZY. It’s the 13th and last book in the […]

Liebster Tag: 11 Questions answered and 11 Random Facts About Me

I was tagged to do this wonderful Liebster thing by my lovely wife Faith McKay over on her blog. I watched her struggle with how to answer the questions she was given, so I guess she thought she would repay me with the same plight. Nah, if it didn’t look fun, I wouldn’t have revamped my whole website before taking the time to do it. So, what is this Liebster thing, anyway. The image below explains […]

What’s up Wednesday

I’m trying something new this week in the hopes that it may help motivate and inspire me. It’s called What’s Up Wednesday. It’s a blog hop started by Jaime Morrow and Erin Funk to help writers connect with each other.  I’m going to talk about how things are going in my writerly world and elsewhere. You should check out the others who are doing this too. I’m sure you’ll find lots of interesting book recommendations at […]

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