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"I'm Gail Robinson. Even though my novels are entertaining, domestic violence is real. Both of my books raise issues of domestic violence, therefore promoting discussions on the subject. Some people experience physical abuse. Others experience mental abuse and neither is to be accepted by either women or men."

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Domestic violence is real!

“I’m Gail Robinson. Even though my novels are entertaining, domestic violence is real. Both of my books raise issues of domestic violence, therefore promoting discussions on the subject. Some people experience physical abuse. Others experience mental abuse and neither is to be accepted by either women or men.”

About Gail B. Robinson

Who is Gail B. Robinson? Singer, Actress, and Booking Agent are some of what she is known for. Raised in Highland Park, Michigan, Gail grew up participating and loving the arts while in school. It was only natural that she would grow up and make the industry her life’s work.

A mother of one daughter, Ms. Robinson has worked with some of entertainments’ best such as Wesley Snipes and Producer Robert Townsend. Now settled in sunny Miami, Florida, Gail now adds ‘Author’ to her list of credits with 2 newly released books. Ms. Robinson states, “I love and appreciate life to the fullest and am fortunate for this new chapter in my life…”

Novels

Barbara Jackson, a store owner and Tamika Roberts, a real estate powerhouse grew in sunny Florida. Beautiful, smart and successful is what they have in common but will later find the horrific that took in their bloodlines. Lies, deceit, and bad choices in men will have them cross paths and reveal their truth. He Tried to Kill Me tells the story of… Secrets! 32 Years! Shocking Revelations! And… Their lives will never be the same!  Click here to purchase on Barnes and Noble Click here to purchase on Amazon.

Four sisters Karla, Katherine, Karen, and Kelly were their parent’s baby dolls. All four of the girls looked just alike and all grew up to be very beautiful women. Karla, Katherine, and Karen experienced the unbelievable. Karla and Karen experienced the worst due to toxic relationships. Katherine fell victim to simply speaking her mind. Should people get away with their sins? Should people who inflict pain be allowed to live? Yes?… No?… Why?

Contact the Author  

Gail B. Robinson is a down to earth writer who enjoys connecting with her audience.  Please contact her on Facebook or the complete the form below: