Minky Robinson – FAQ
How many books are there in the series?
There are five!
Book one Minky Robinson: Chair Traveller was published on 30 June 2018. Book two Minky Robinson: Secrets Unlocked was released on 1 April 2019 (no, this is not an April Fools joke!) Book three Minky Robinson: No Love Lost was released on 28 January 2020. Book four Minky Robinson: Not Forgotten came out on 28 October 2020 (yes, two books released in one crazy weird pandemic year!!) And book five Minky Robinson: Last Goodbye on 26 February 2022.
Are the books available in hardcopy as well as eBook format?
Yes! Electronic versions are available for purchase from your favourite online retailers. Paperback copies are also available through several popular online book retailers.
Where can the eBooks be purchased?
- Apple iTunes
- Barnes & Noble
- This list may grow, so keep checking your favourite online eBook retailers for the title.
I’m a bit old school, where can I buy hardcopies of the books?
- Angus & Robertson
- Barnes & Noble
- Book Depository
- Boomerang Books
- Mighty Ape
- Wheelers Books
- Or look up your favourite bookstore online… they may stock it for you!
Is there any way I can read the book for free?
Yes! Angela has opted to make the eBook free to libraries, so if it’s not already at your local library after 30 June 2018, you can request them to source it through their eBook supplier. If you prefer hardcopy – you could always request that your local library orders a copy!!
Alternatively, from time to time Angela may also do giveaways or discounts on her Facebook page. Make sure you subscribe to the feed so you don’t miss the freebies, discounts and other updates.
Most eBook retailers also allow customers to download a sample of the book so you can decide after reading the first couple of chapters if the story is your cup of tea.
What age group is this series aimed at?
The first book in the series is a family-friendly read for kids of all ages – particularly children who are up reading chapter books.
The protagonist is a 13-14 year old girl who has a difficult relationship with her mum and has a few people at school that she doesn’t get on with. There isn’t any crude language, sex, drugs or gratuitous violence that should concern parents.
As the series progresses and the protagonist gets older, she faces more challenging issues that may require more of a PG rating.
The second book contains some domestic violence and a character who suffers PTSD after war. A chunk of book four is set in a concentration camp during WW2. These themes may be confronting for sensitive readers.
I have a question, how can I get it to you?
All contact options are on Angela’s website here. It includes her facebook, twitter and online web form.
If the question is good (and she is able to answer it!), it might even get added to this page!