Quotes by Robin Parrish

"We all have that moment in life when something terrible happens for the first time. Something so unexpected, so awful, that it takes the magic out of the world. Life becomes harder, colder. And everything we do in our lives, from that day on, is our way of coping with that one moment. We stop living and we merely exist. We either choose to move on from that, or we let it consume us."

"his get up and go had gone up and went"

"Being fearless doesn't mean having an absence of fear. It means you press on in spite of fear."

"That sound you hear is my dreams crashing and burning."

"Well, somebody got the deluxe package."
He turned at last to face the intruder. She was in her mid-to-late twenties. Wearing a no-muss T-shirt and jeans. She went without makeup, a rarity for L.A., and there was no jewelry either."

Books by Robin Parrish

  • Corridor
  • 300 ratings
  • April 26th 2012 by StoneHouse Ink

    (first published December 22nd 2011)

Robin Parrish
  • Robin Parrish

  • Date of birth: October 13, 1975
  • Born: in Thomasville, NC, The United States.

  • Description: Robin's new book The Riftwalkers and the Pierced Veil releases September 25, 2019! Preorder now: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07XSG8TGX/"Robin Parrish is a keen-eyed, passionate pop cultural savant,whose writing is as incisive and insightful as it is entertaining."- Allan Heinberg, Executive Producer, Grey's AnatomyNovelist. Journalist. Pop culture guru.Just a few words to describe Robin Parrish, a culturally-minded writer with a passion for archetypal mythologies and the truths they represent about the nature of our existence.Robin is the author of Bethany House Publishers' suspense thrillers, The Dominion Trilogy: Relentless, Fearless, and Merciless; the just-released scifi epic Offworld, and the upcoming supernatural thriller Nightmare.He's been a journalist for more than fourteen years, covering all aspects of pop culture and entertainment. This gives him a unique viewpoint as a novelist: his love for great storytelling across all mediums informs his writing in ways few other novelists can claim. Alongside books, he cites among his most prominent influences television shows, comic books, and movies, and the creative minds behind some of the most innovative fiction being produced today.