J.R. Robinson is the author of Theodore Roberts & the Key to the Imaginary Door. This novel tells the story of the titular character’s dilemma of whether or not to hold on to his imagination when growing up. The author says imagination is scarce in today’s society.

“Now it seems that our children are needing to cast away childhood things faster, such as belief in magic in general” says Robinson, adding that such whimsy often leads to unfair criticism from their peers and parents.

“Where does your imagination go as you grow up?” Derrell asks.

“Unfortunately it dies away at the beginning of adulthood. We have a lot of responsibilities and a lot of stress,” Robinson answers.

Listen to the full interview in the player above.

You can find Robinson’s novel anywhere books are sold, including Amazon.

 

About J.R. Robinson J.R. Robinson lives in Northern California with her epic husband and rock star daughter. Raised in the lower part of Michigan in the town of Monroe, she was an only child throughout much of her adolescence, a latchkey kid who learned the true magic and power of the imagination. A writer since the age of nine and a teller of many tales, J.R. Robinson is a believer, above all else.

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