phyllisr38 I am a member of CBAN and I will be vending with them at Printers Row. Come by and check out my books at http://pjrbooks.com. Phyllis - June 05, 2012 add/view comments (0)

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Hi My name is Phyllis Jean Robinson. I am a writer and am interested in presenting some of my ideas for your consideration. It is nice to meet other people who enjoy reading and exchanging ideas. I have written and self published five books and I have all of my books displayed on my webpage at http://pjrbooks.com.

The books are Christian Romance and Relationship novels:

NEVER GIVE UP ON LOVE/ANOTHER CHANCE TO LOVE and ROYALTY IN A CEDAR BOX and LOVE'S COMFORT AND JOY

Historical Fiction: GRACE AND MERCY BROUGHT US THROUGH

Mystery: CHASING THE GOLDEN BUTTERFLY

The books are available for sale at the Author House Bookstore, Amazon.com ; and Barnes and Noble.

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ORAL HISTORY AND FAMILY MEMORIES -Keys to Self Knowledge

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Oral History and Family MemoriesDiscovering Keys to SelfKnowledgeBy Phyllis Jean Robinson httppjrbooks.comFor the longest time, there was no written history. In Africa where my ancestors are from, tribal history was in the hands of the griot. It was his responsibility to be prepared to recite hundreds of years of tribal history whenever the leader requested it. Recently, I wrote a book of historical fiction entitled Grace and Mercy Brought Us Through. This was a strange turn in my writing... (continue reading)

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Rev. Aaron Davis was a Methodist circuit rider. Born a slave , he lived through the Civil War. After he was freed with the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, he and his wife Martha started their family. He rode the circuit and built churches across Mississippi for over 25 years. This story is based on oral history and family memories of his granddaughter.Check out this book and all of my books at my website httppjrbooks.com (continue reading)

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Disappointment turns to jealousy and both of these emotions shatter Joy's loving feelings about herself and others. She has an affair and when the affair ends with devastating consequences; her confidences is destroyed and she has to work hard to reclaim her power of love. Check out this book and all of my books at my website httppjrbooks.com