INTERVIEW | Michelle Robinson

INTERVIEW | Michelle Robinson

Michelle, describe yourself for our visitors.

I love music. God fearing. Compassionate. I am a great friend, daughter, cousin, girlfriend, hairstylist, poet, & thinker. I am a humanitarian. My belief is, you owe it to life to be giving to someone else. I have a high moral background. I am a dreamer. As long as you have a dream, life should keep you busy. I am believer that all things are possible. I’m an artist so I think outside of the box. I’m very creative so I don’t take no as option for me. Organized to the point that I can’t function in confusion. I can be the life of the party & I also like spending time alone. And I love taking naps.

How do you find time to connect with God?

I wake up earlier than I need to. Start each day in prayer to talk to God & meditate to hear from God. Worship at church on Sundays & I attend weekly bible study. Twice a week, I fast for clarity or purpose. I pray throughout the day & share Him with anyone who knows Him or needs to get to know Him.

Tell us about your current book?

Journee & Jordyn are 36 year old twins from Oakland California. They grew up middle class with both parents. Journee is in love with 2 men whom both are unavailable for the kind of relationship she desires for 2 totally different reasons. She’s ready for a family of her own, so she decides to end both relationships in a quest to find Mr. Right. She immediately meets him until the real him is exposed. Through prayer & support from her 4 friends, she eventually she gets what she wants. Jordyn is the daddy’s girl who has been living a secret life until Facebook leaks her secret out. Relieved, now Jordyn has to face the repercussions of her secret being exposed & try to gain acceptance from her family and friends.

What valuable lessons do you want readers to learn from your book?

To love& trust God through your storms & trust Him to give you what you want on His time. Be patient on your journey so you can learn life’s lessons and help someone else along the way. True friendship should be valued and not envied. Life’s not perfect, but it can seem that way with great friends to share it with. It provides that we are all on the same journey just walking in different shoes. We are all searching for that earthly love that we get from God and our parents. We struggle, we make mistakes, we love, we hate & we forgive. Lastly, we must try to accept people who are different than us. This book has proven that.

What’s next for you?

Right Before My Eyes II, the journey continues.

Where can visitors find you online?

  • MICHELLEROBINSONAUTHOR.COM, on
  • TWITTER @BooksbyMichelle
  • RIGHT BEFORE MY EYES FAN PAGE ON FACEBOOK
  • RIGHTBEFOREMYEYE@YAHOO.COM

About the Book

Journee and Jordyn are thirty-something year old twins with two totally different lifestyles. Journee is in love with Drew, her high school sweetheart that’s in prison.

A phone call from him changes everything. After a fight, she decides to end their relationship and tries to move on but she has unfinished business with Jason, another ex-boyfriend. As she moves forward, she meets Jules who appears to be Mr. Right until all his baggage shows up.

Now Jordyn is living by her own rules but the problem is she hasn’t told anyone, but the drama begins when her secret is leaked on Facebook. She finds herself in a battle with her love life, family, friends and herself.

Follow these two as they take their family and friends on a turbulent ride into their lives as they discover they are worlds apart but are forever connected.

About the Author

Michelle Robinson was born and raised in Oakland, CA. Oakland’s rich culture has laid the fabric for this story. She’s been doing hair for two decades. As a hairstylist, it’s safe to say she has also served as a therapist to her clients. She has heard and witnessed it all right behind her styling chair. From her experiences, she’s given advice to many and has watched people’s lives transition. With this driving force, she has finally penned her first novel.

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