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Just when you needed a gift for a friend or a little

pick-me-up, “Bush Hogs and Other Swine” jumps

off the shelves and into your hands. With an

engaging foreword by Earl Hamner, creator of

“The Waltons,” this collection of humorous essays

will have readers chuckling and reading passages

out loud to their family and friends.

Williams is an award-winning journalist who writes humorous

essays in the vein of Dave Barry and Erma Bombeck. Readers of

her first collection, “Chivalry, Thy Name Is Bubba,” have been

eagerly awaiting the publication of “Bush Hogs and Other Swine.”

Relax with Robin as she resigns herself to living in a jungle while her husband repairs the Oldest Living Lawnmower. Laugh at the uh-oh moments as Robin and her best friend, Dottie Fevre, get themselves

into impossible scrapes in the mold of “I Love Lucy.” Nod knowingly

as Robin makes fun of her inability to deal with urban phenomena like

fast-food places. Learn how wearing pearls will keep you out of jail. Enjoy the “awwww” feeling when Robin’s daughter calls on her daddy in a crisis.

Bush Hogs
and Other Swine

Book Robin for a humorous and

hair-raising talk about journalism.

Available from:

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Robin's books are available online from the publisher, Dementi Books, and at Book People in Richmond and other independent book stores throughout Virginia.
See also Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other online booksellers.

“This is hilarious stuff. Be prepared to laugh out loud.”             – Earl Hamner, creator of “The Waltons”

“I like okra, but I had no idea what could be done with it. I laughed out loud and am still chuckling days later. 

Robert C. Vaughan III, former president of the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities

“More funny stories from the country Seinfeld.”                                 – Rita Mae Brown, mystery author


“I like your column, but I thought it would be about agriculture.”                             – A Discerning Reader


“Thoroughly fun reading…real life stories, escapades and common sense observations of life.”

                                                     – George Allen, former governor of Virginia and former U. S. Senator

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