Elaine Robinson’s roots are deeply rooted in the East Texas farm where she and her brother were born and raised on their grandparents’ farm. She now lives with her husband of 62 years in Baton Rouge, LA. Caring for her WWII veteran husband leaves little time for writing, but when time permits, she puts to paper those stories her grandmother Maggie told of times long ago when the old ones in Welsh villages believed the appearance of the black bird called the Jackdaw was a messenger of good and bad things to come.
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