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Author Interview Seventy-Eight – T.R Robinson Autobiography

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Welcome to Tanya (Who writes under the author name of T. R. Robinson.

Please tell us a little about your writing – for example genre, title, etc.

So far I have only written autobiographical books.  The first two in my new abridged, dialogue based series are: ‘Tears of Innocence’ and ‘Negative Beauty’.

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Where do you find inspiration?

People often told me about themselves and their experiences, frequently in confidence.  In listening to them I came to realise how different and dramatic were the lives of my grandparents, parents and my own.

Do you have a favourite character? If so why?

My mother who I unfortunately lost at an early age.  She was one of the most loving and caring people to have walked this earth.  These are not just my own sentiments; many who had known her told me, even many years later, how beautiful she was not just…

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September Author Interview Answer #5: How do you felt when you managed to complete a book?

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Hello everyone, I hope you have enjoyed reading the forth post in this interview series. This is the continuation of the interview with author Debby G. Kaye and Linda Gray Sexton. Please check their bios out via the links you can see below.

Let’s check out the answers for question #5 from them.

“How do you felt when you managed to complete a book?”

Author #1 D. G. Kaye

After completing my book, besides the feeling of accomplishment, I was very apprehensive about publishing it. I stalled the publication for a few weeks, even after it was ready for print. I had several conversations with my siblings for approval, making sure that they were okay with my publishing the book. At the time, I was scared that my mother might read it and consider having me sued. That thought instilled a new burden of guilt I felt; only this time, it…

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