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Above The Fold - February 3, 2014
KIM ROBINSON & WILLIE BRUCE, JR.

Inspired, Impassioned Authors

 

In Kim's Own Words:

"I am confident that my writing will be a catalyst to help souls who are in negative downward spirals. I thank God every day for my parents and Grandmother’s encouragement, without it I would not be alive. I think that writing is the way for me to use my life experiences to help others know that they can get out of gangs, do some positive things that can make just as much money legally as selling drugs, themselves or others out.

For me it took a relationship with God to show me that there is a reason for my existence, a positive beautiful purpose. At this point in my life the only cuts I have to worry about are paper, and the only shots are my beautiful children’s immunizations.

Currently I am writing a story entitled “Street life to Housewife,” the title speaks for itself. I have four other books near completion. One is best described as ‘Murder she wrote for the hood.’ G-mama is a sixty eight year old, ex gang banger/ex hustler, who sits in her rocking chair solving crimes that cross her porch. She believes that the penitentiary ‘ain’t nothing but college for criminals’ and there is a way to do penance for your crimes that will make things right in God’s eyes. My goal is an eight book series.

I am close to completion on ‘God ain’t spelled Government.’ Alumni of Dominguez High School, Class of 77’ has leaked a government conspiracy at her twenty year class reunion. The Government does not know who she leaked to, so they set out to kill everyone who attended the reunion.

The most important book of all time is the Bible. Though I don’t claim to understand all of it, I find a lot of answers in these pages."


To learn more about Kim, visit:

www.kim-robinson.com




Official Apex Reviews Interview: Kim Robinson (Kings Of Credit)

Apex Reviews: Thanks for joining us for this interview, Kim. We're looking forward to sharing more about your book and other efforts with our readers.

What inspired you to craft this quite compelling tale of a reformed soul struggling to stay on the straight and narrow?


Kim Robinson: My uncle is the author, I just helped, it is his life story.

AR: How did your collaborative authorship with Willie Bruce come to be?

KR: He contacted me while he was still in prison and he was writing and did everything I could to help.

AR: What exactly is a 'King Of Credit'?

KR: A credit launderer. (Fraud)

AR: Just how difficult is it for Chill to resist making the same mistakes that sent him to prison in the first place?

KR: I think that he is determined to stay out of jail now, he has his children to think about first and foremost. He has gotten his trucking license and is driving big rigs across the country.

AR: What kinds of reactions have readers had to the book thus far?

KR: The reviews have all been great, people can’t wait for his next book.

AR: Is there a central message that you'd like readers to take away from the story?

KR: Don’t go for the fast money, it is not worth it.

AR: Please share more with our readers about your other writings.

KR: The Roux in the Gumbo is my family's history starting in the 1800’s. Louisiana, slavery, women bonding of all nationalities to survive. The book covers two hundred years. Street Life to Housewife is loosely based on my own life in the underworld of drugs and prostitution. There is a sequel coming soon.

AR: What are your future writing/publishing plans?

KR: I have about twenty books that I am putting out, three of them in the next few months.

AR: In addition to being an author, you're also an experienced motivational speaker. Please share more with our readers about your endeavors in that field.

KR: I want people to know that if I can survive everything that I have been through, they can too.

AR: How can our readers learn more about you and your ongoing efforts?

KR: My and my uncle's websites: www.Kim-robinson.com and www.williebrucejr.com.

AR: How can they contact you directly?

KR: kim@kim-robinson.com and Williie@williebrucejr.com.

AR: Any final thoughts you'd like to share?

KR: Please keep reading and reviewing, it helps authors get better at their craft and inspires us to keep writing.

AR: Thanks again, Kim, and best of continued success to you in all your endeavors!