Right Before My Eyes 11 Virtual Book Tour
with Michelle Robinson
December 2-31, 2013
Genre: Mainstream Fiction
Hosted by: WLN Book Tours: http://wnlbooktours.com
About The Book
Journee and Jordyn are back! It’s a new year and things have
shaken up alot between The Bell Twins after the untimely death
of Kalena’s husband Todd. Coming back alone from her
honeymoon, discover if Kalena will find peace with Todd’s death
and happiness within her own life again.
Jordyn’s shocking secret only gets worse as it takes a turn down a
path that leaves everyone more confused than before. Will
Jordyn and Chris survive? Now that Jordyn’s mayhem has put
Journee in the middle of her and her sisterhood, Journee has to
decide what’s more important now, the friendship that the girls
have shared for over twenty years or the relationship with her
Chelsea & Najah’s lives have changed as well as Journee’s when
Drew comes home from prison. This is the moment that Journee
has been waiting for but is she ready to leave her broken past behind and marry him? Has she really moved on from Jason? On vacation in Cabo San Lucas, things about him are uncovered and the truth is finally revealed to her.
As you witness more drama and celebrations, follow Jordyn,
Journee, Kalena, Najah & Chelsea as the year 2009 just might
be their year after all.
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 transistion. With this driving force, she has finally penned her second novel.
Write Now Literary VBT Tour Schedule: http://wnlbooktours.com/michelle-robinson/
Why did you write your book?
I’ve always had a book inside of me because I’ve been writing poetry for a long time and I’ve always kept a journal. I was an avid reader and became bored with what I was selecting to read or what my book club members had picked. So soon after that, our book club died. Then I was in a brief relationship with a man who had a lot of drama. This relationship took me on a whirlwind and when it was over, 2 people told me on the same day that I needed to write a book about it, so I did. I developed my characters and the rest was magic. Writing gave me peace and I felt empowered to write about different dynamics of relationships in hopes to help someone with their drama. I figured there was definitely a need for my story. My goal was to give it all the elements to become a page turner, something that I haven’t had the pleasure in reading in a long time.