Robin Suerig Holleran

Robin Suerig Holleran
Bracing for Impact: True Tales of Air Disasters and the People Who Survived Them
Being released by Skyhorse Publishing in the Fall 2015.

A harrowing collection of true-life plane crash stories, compiled and told by their survivors.
Mendham, New Jersey US
While earning her Public Communications degree at American University in Washington, D.C., Robin got a taste for the profession as a public relations intern at the National Gallery of Art before becoming an assistant editor of a trade publication that promoted Lamaze childbirth.

She later held a number of management positions in the real estate, banking and computer industries before becoming a full-time freelance writer.

Robin also received “Honorable Mention” in the 75th Annual Writer’s Digest Writing Competition that attracted over 15,000 entries for a short memoir about surviving a plane crash in December 2005.

Her first book — Bracing for Impact: True Tales of Air Disasters and the People Who Survived Them (Skyhorse Publishing) — is being released in the Fall 2015.



Robin Suerig Holleran, as sole proprietor, is a registered Women-Owned Business with the State of New Jersey. Certificate #46801-15.
Take the Next Step:
How to Get Out off Your Own Way and Live Life More Fully


All too often, people overthink their best ideas to the point of not acting.

Freelance writer and adventurer speaks regularly on how the right attitude and creative thinking allows one to accomplish more in both their professional and personal lives.

By sharing a few personal experiences — such as traveling solo cross country with young children and getting stranded in the wilds of Wyoming, surviving a plane crash and then flying again, hiking to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro despite subzero temperatures and debilitating altitude sickness, suffering an unexplained stroke at 51 that stole much of her vision, for example — in a lively presentation, Robin inspires others to overcome challenges and objections when striving to reach new goals. And she encourages people to embrace the results, even it they’re a bit unplanned and unexpected.

People make plans so God can laugh.