ROBBI CARY

Writing for Robbi was bound to happen. Some of her most favorite and vivid memories include—the wonder of her first visit to the library with the great heart-warming smell of the old books, her dad always keeping a dictionary by his chair and looking up words that stumped or intrigued him, and her mom taking a cliché and turning it on its’ head, so that “house on fire,” became “horse-a-fire.”

Robbi’s first gift book, No Matter What, It’s a Good Day When (Finding Blessings in Difficult Days), is set for publication in the spring of 2014. The first book in a “Good Day” series provides comfort & encouragement for difficult days with short prose and scripture, along with stunning up-close pictures from writer/photographer Patricia Hunter. The beautiful, small, hardcover book has been endorsed by best-selling authors Anne Voskamp (One Thousand Gifts), Patsy Clairmont (God Uses Cracked Pots), and Beth K. Vogt (Mommy Come Lately).

Robbi Cary entered the publishing world by re-publishing Building Faith with Bible Pathway, one of Dr. John Hash’s beloved Bible reading plan-devotionals which powerfully inspired her spiritual growth and faith.

Previously, Robbi worked with her church’s counseling ministry and helped author two small books for that ministry, Honestly Married (Healing Marriages with Honest and Vulnerable Communication) and SDF: Sponsorship, Discipleship, Friendship (a 12-Step resource).

Robbi has been happily married to Keith, a Circuit Judge, for 29 years. They have four grown sons now embarking on their careers. Robbi enjoys helping others uncover and build on their gifts and goals, spending time with her husband and boys on their family ranch, and seeing great movies where good triumphs. Robbi says if she was a higher-energy person or spent less time with writing projects she would have a horse, cook fabulously, organize and display old photos, and do more artistic crafts.

Robbi and her Good Day book can be found at BlessingsandGrace.com.

Robbi Cary

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