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      Mrs Robinson's Interview for Praise                                & Glory with Natasha Jackson

 

dfdMe: Hello Mrs Robinson, thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to speak with me.
 
Mrs. Robinson:Thank you so much for giving me this opportunity to speak on behalf of my book and a topic I am so passionate about, I am honored.

Me: It's a pleasure to be able to interview such and anointed woman of God. I've read your new book and I  absolutely loved it!  The title itself is quite powerful. "Mommy, Please Let Me Live:Voice Of The Unborn" How did you come up with the title?

Mrs Robinson:  What better way to get the worlds attention than to have an innocent baby begging its mother for life? 
I wanted people to be touched by the title and to be inspired to join me in speaking up for the unborn.

Me: Who or what was your inspiration for writing this particular book?

Mrs. Robinson:  I actually knew a young lady who pregnant and she seemed really happy about it. However, I later found out that she had went on to get an abortion. After that all I could think of was that poor innocent baby. Her abortion haunted me for weeks. It was during that time that God spoke to me. It was time for the world to hear from the unborn baby. God wanted me to help save His babies.

Me: For those who haven't read your book yet, can you tell them a little of what the story is about?

Mrs. Robinson: It's about a young girl who grows up and starts to date. She gets with the wrong boy, makes some mistakes, and then she's faced with some tough decisions. What makes this book so powerful is that the reader get the chance to hear the baby’s point of view. The voice of the baby allows the reader to understand that the baby has rights too.

Me: Would you consider yourself a pro life activist?

Mrs. Robinson: Yes, I am a prolife activist. I am not involved in a lot of groups, but this is one of my goals. I want to interact more with the pro-life group.  I became an prolife activist when I found out that since 1973 that over 55 million babies have been aborted. Reading broke my heart. As an American, I wondered how I could have let this happen and not speak up for the innocent.

Me: What do you hope to accomplish with this book?

Mrs. Robinson: I know this book will help save babies from abortions. But , I also want it to help heal women who have  been destroyed by abortions and help them learn to forgive themselves. I also want it to help strengthen the relationships and communication between mothers and daughters.

Me: Do you plan to write more books about abortion?

Mrs Robinson: Oh yes, I do plan to write more books on abortion. It is my prayer that I will write the one book that will put an end to legalized abortion.

Me: If you could say one thing to someone who's contemplating an abortion right now, what would you say?


Mrs. Robinson: I would say dont do, read my book first.

Me: For those who dont know, How can they purchase your book?

Mrs. Robinson: You can go to my website www.kingdombizzness.com. Through my site you will be able to purchase my  through Amazon.com , Barne&Nobles.com or from my publisher inuiverse.com. You can also purchase it from google books.

Me: You work full time and you're a wife, mother, grandmother and you're even active in the church. So, how you find the time to write with such a busy schedule?

Mrs. Robinson: I write everywhere. You can always find me with a pen in my hand. A God inspired has to be ready all the time because one never  knows when God will speak to them.

 Me: How do you know when God wants you to write something?

Mrs. Robinson: When God wants me to write something He brings it to the forefront of my mind and He doesnt let me forget until its been written. He speaks to my spirit and I listen. When I  first began to write I made a promise to God that I would only write so that He can get the glory. I remain obedient and God inspires me to write everyday. This is how He wants me to help His people.

Me: You read and you study God's Word. Do you have a favorite scripture and if so what is it?
 
Mrs. Robinson: Yes, I have quite a few. But, one of my favorite scriptures is Psalms 37:4 "Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart."NadkfdNMe: Hello Mrs Robinson, thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to speak with me.
 
Mrs. Robinson:Thank you so much for giving me this opportunity to speak on behalf of my book and a topic I am so passionate about, I am honored.

Me: It's a pleasure to be able to interview such and anointed woman of God. I've read your new book and I  absolutely loved it!  The title itself is quite powerful. "Mommy, Please Let Me Live:Voice Of The Unborn" How did you come up with the title?

Mrs Robinson:  What better way to get the worlds attention than to have an innocent baby begging its mother for life? 
I wanted people to be touched by the title and to be inspired to join me in speaking up for the unborn.

Me: Who or what was your inspiration for writing this particular book?

Mrs. Robinson:  I actually knew a young lady who pregnant and she seemed really happy about it. However, I later found out that she had went on to get an abortion. After that all I could think of was that poor innocent baby. Her abortion haunted me for weeks. It was during that time that God spoke to me. It was time for the world to hear from the unborn baby. God wanted me to help save His babies.

Me: For those who haven't read your book yet, can you tell them a little of what the story is about?

Mrs. Robinson: It's about a young girl who grows up and starts to date. She gets with the wrong boy, makes some mistakes, and then she's faced with some tough decisions. What makes this book so powerful is that the reader get the chance to hear the baby’s point of view. The voice of the baby allows the reader to understand that the baby has rights too.

Me: Would you consider yourself a pro life activist?

Mrs. Robinson: Yes, I am a prolife activist. I am not involved in a lot of groups, but this is one of my goals. I want to interact more with the pro-life group.  I became an prolife activist when I found out that since 1973 that over 55 million babies have been aborted. Reading broke my heart. As an American, I wondered how I could have let this happen and not speak up for the innocent.

Me: What do you hope to accomplish with this book?

Mrs. Robinson: I know this book will help save babies from abortions. But , I also want it to help heal women who have  been destroyed by abortions and help them learn to forgive themselves. I also want it to help strengthen the relationships and communication between mothers and daughters.

Me: Do you plan to write more books about abortion?

Mrs Robinson: Oh yes, I do plan to write more books on abortion. It is my prayer that I will write the one book that will put an end to legalized abortion.

Me: If you could say one thing to someone who's contemplating an abortion right now, what would you say?


Mrs. Robinson: I would say dont do, read my book first.

Me: For those who dont know, How can they purchase your book?

Mrs. Robinson: You can go to my website www.kingdombizzness.com. Through my site you will be able to purchase my  through Amazon.com , Barne&Nobles.com or from my publisher inuiverse.com. You can also purchase it from google books.

Me: You work full time and you're a wife, mother, grandmother and you're even active in the church. So, how you find the time to write with such a busy schedule?

Mrs. Robinson: I write everywhere. You can always find me with a pen in my hand. A God inspired has to be ready all the time because one never  knows when God will speak to them.

 Me: How do you know when God wants you to write something?

Mrs. Robinson: When God wants me to write something He brings it to the forefront of my mind and He doesnt let me forget until its been written. He speaks to my spirit and I listen. When I  first began to write I made a promise to God that I would only write so that He can get the glory. I remain obedient and God inspires me to write everyday. This is how He wants me to help His people.

Me: You read and you study God's Word. Do you have a favorite scripture and if so what is it?
 
Mrs. Robinson: Yes, I have quite a few. But, one of my favorite scriptures is Psalms 37:4 "Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart.": Hello Mrs Robinson, thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to speak with me.
 
Mrs. Robinson:Thank you so much for giving me this opportunity to speak on behalf of my book and a topic I am so passionate about, I am honored.

Me: It's a pleasure to be able to interview such and anointed woman of God. I've read your new book and I  absolutely loved it!  The title itself is quite powerful. "Mommy, Please Let Me Live:Voice Of The Unborn" How did you come up with the title?

Mrs Robinson:  What better way to get the worlds attention than to have an innocent baby begging its mother for life? 
I wanted people to be touched by the title and to be inspired to join me in speaking up for the unborn.

Me: Who or what was your inspiration for writing this particular book?

Mrs. Robinson:  I actually knew a young lady who pregnant and she seemed really happy about it. However, I later found out that she had went on to get an abortion. After that all I could think of was that poor innocent baby. Her abortion haunted me for weeks. It was during that time that God spoke to me. It was time for the world to hear from the unborn baby. God wanted me to help save His babies.

Me: For those who haven't read your book yet, can you tell them a little of what the story is about?

Mrs. Robinson: It's about a young girl who grows up and starts to date. She gets with the wrong boy, makes some mistakes, and then she's faced with some tough decisions. What makes this book so powerful is that the reader get the chance to hear the baby’s point of view. The voice of the baby allows the reader to understand that the baby has rights too.

Me: Would you consider yourself a pro life activist?

Mrs. Robinson: Yes, I am a prolife activist. I am not involved in a lot of groups, but this is one of my goals. I want to interact more with the pro-life group.  I became an prolife activist when I found out that since 1973 that over 55 million babies have been aborted. Reading broke my heart. As an American, I wondered how I could have let this happen and not speak up for the innocent.

Me: What do you hope to accomplish with this book?

Mrs. Robinson: I know this book will help save babies from abortions. But , I also want it to help heal women who have  been destroyed by abortions and help them learn to forgive themselves. I also want it to help strengthen the relationships and communication between mothers and daughters.

Me: Do you plan to write more books about abortion?

Mrs Robinson: Oh yes, I do plan to write more books on abortion. It is my prayer that I will write the one book that will put an end to legalized abortion.

Me: If you could say one thing to someone who's contemplating an abortion right now, what would you say?


Mrs. Robinson: I would say dont do, read my book first.

Me: For those who dont know, How can they purchase your book?

Mrs. Robinson: You can go to my website www.kingdombizzness.com. Through my site you will be able to purchase my  through Amazon.com , Barne&Nobles.com or from my publisher inuiverse.com. You can also purchase it from google books.

Me: You work full time and you're a wife, mother, grandmother and you're even active in the church. So, how you find the time to write with such a busy schedule?

Mrs. Robinson: I write everywhere. You can always find me with a pen in my hand. A God inspired has to be ready all the time because one never  knows when God will speak to them.

 Me: How do you know when God wants you to write something?

Mrs. Robinson: When God wants me to write something He brings it to the forefront of my mind and He doesnt let me forget until its been written. He speaks to my spirit and I listen. When I  first began to write I made a promise to God that I would only write so that He can get the glory. I remain obedient and God inspires me to write everyday. This is how He wants me to help His people.

Me: You read and you study God's Word. Do you have a favorite scripture and if so what is it?
 
Mrs. Robinson: Yes, I have quite a few. But, one of my favorite scriptures is Psalms 37:4 "Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart."Me: Hello Mrs Robinson, thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to speak with me.
 
Mrs. Robinson:Thank you so much for giving me this opportunity to speak on behalf of my book and a topic I am so passionate about, I am honored.

Me: It's a pleasure to be able to interview such and anointed woman of God. I've read your new book and I  absolutely loved it!  The title itself is quite powerful. "Mommy, Please Let Me Live:Voice Of The Unborn" How did you come up with the title?

Mrs Robinson:  What better way to get the worlds attention than to have an innocent baby begging its mother for life? 
I wanted people to be touched by the title and to be inspired to join me in speaking up for the unborn.

Me: Who or what was your inspiration for writing this particular book?

Mrs. Robinson:  I actually knew a young lady who pregnant and she seemed really happy about it. However, I later found out that she had went on to get an abortion. After that all I could think of was that poor innocent baby. Her abortion haunted me for weeks. It was during that time that God spoke to me. It was time for the world to hear from the unborn baby. God wanted me to help save His babies.

Me: For those who haven't read your book yet, can you tell them a little of what the story is about?

Mrs. Robinson: It's about a young girl who grows up and starts to date. She gets with the wrong boy, makes some mistakes, and then she's faced with some tough decisions. What makes this book so powerful is that the reader get the chance to hear the baby’s point of view. The voice of the baby allows the reader to understand that the baby has rights too.

Me: Would you consider yourself a pro life activist?

Mrs. Robinson: Yes, I am a prolife activist. I am not involved in a lot of groups, but this is one of my goals. I want to interact more with the pro-life group.  I became an prolife activist when I found out that since 1973 that over 55 million babies have been aborted. Reading broke my heart. As an American, I wondered how I could have let this happen and not speak up for the innocent.

Me: What do you hope to accomplish with this book?

Mrs. Robinson: I know this book will help save babies from abortions. But , I also want it to help heal women who have  been destroyed by abortions and help them learn to forgive themselves. I also want it to help strengthen the relationships and communication between mothers and daughters.

Me: Do you plan to write more books about abortion?

Mrs Robinson: Oh yes, I do plan to write more books on abortion. It is my prayer that I will write the one book that will put an end to legalized abortion.

Me: If you could say one thing to someone who's contemplating an abortion right now, what would you say?


Mrs. Robinson: I would say dont do, read my book first.

Me: For those who dont know, How can they purchase your book?

Mrs. Robinson: You can go to my website www.kingdombizzness.com. Through my site you will be able to purchase my  through Amazon.com , Barne&Nobles.com or from my publisher inuiverse.com. You can also purchase it from google books.

Me: You work full time and you're a wife, mother, grandmother and you're even active in the church. So, how you find the time to write with such a busy schedule?

Mrs. Robinson: I write everywhere. You can always find me with a pen in my hand. A God inspired has to be ready all the time because one never  knows when God will speak to them.

 Me: How do you know when God wants you to write something?

Mrs. Robinson: When God wants me to write something He brings it to the forefront of my mind and He doesnt let me forget until its been written. He speaks to my spirit and I listen. When I  first began to write I made a promise to God that I would only write so that He can get the glory. I remain obedient and God inspires me to write everyday. This is how He wants me to help His people.

Me: You read and you study God's Word. Do you have a favorite scripture and if so what is it?
 
Mrs. Robinson: Yes, I have quite a few. But, one of my favorite scriptures is Psalms 37:4 "Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart."Me: Hello Mrs Robinson, thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to speak with me.
 
Mrs. Robinson:Thank you so much for giving me this opportunity to speak on behalf of my book and a topic I am so passionate about, I am honored.

Me: It's a pleasure to be able to interview such and anointed woman of God. I've read your new book and I  absolutely loved it!  The title itself is quite powerful. "Mommy, Please Let Me Live:Voice Of The Unborn" How did you come up with the title?

Mrs Robinson:  What better way to get the worlds attention than to have an innocent baby begging its mother for life? 
I wanted people to be touched by the title and to be inspired to join me in speaking up for the unborn.

Me: Who or what was your inspiration for writing this particular book?

Mrs. Robinson:  I actually knew a young lady who pregnant and she seemed really happy about it. However, I later found out that she had went on to get an abortion. After that all I could think of was that poor innocent baby. Her abortion haunted me for weeks. It was during that time that God spoke to me. It was time for the world to hear from the unborn baby. God wanted me to help save His babies.

Me: For those who haven't read your book yet, can you tell them a little of what the story is about?

Mrs. Robinson: It's about a young girl who grows up and starts to date. She gets with the wrong boy, makes some mistakes, and then she's faced with some tough decisions. What makes this book so powerful is that the reader get the chance to hear the baby’s point of view. The voice of the baby allows the reader to understand that the baby has rights too.

Me: Would you consider yourself a pro life activist?

Mrs. Robinson: Yes, I am a prolife activist. I am not involved in a lot of groups, but this is one of my goals. I want to interact more with the pro-life group.  I became an prolife activist when I found out that since 1973 that over 55 million babies have been aborted. Reading broke my heart. As an American, I wondered how I could have let this happen and not speak up for the innocent.

Me: What do you hope to accomplish with this book?

Mrs. Robinson: I know this book will help save babies from abortions. But , I also want it to help heal women who have  been destroyed by abortions and help them learn to forgive themselves. I also want it to help strengthen the relationships and communication between mothers and daughters.

Me: Do you plan to write more books about abortion?

Mrs Robinson: Oh yes, I do plan to write more books on abortion. It is my prayer that I will write the one book that will put an end to legalized abortion.

Me: If you could say one thing to someone who's contemplating an abortion right now, what would you say?


Mrs. Robinson: I would say dont do, read my book first.

Me: For those who dont know, How can they purchase your book?

Mrs. Robinson: You can go to my website www.kingdombizzness.com. Through my site you will be able to purchase my  through Amazon.com , Barne&Nobles.com or from my publisher inuiverse.com. You can also purchase it from google books.

Me: You work full time and you're a wife, mother, grandmother and you're even active in the church. So, how you find the time to write with such a busy schedule?

Mrs. Robinson: I write everywhere. You can always find me with a pen in my hand. A God inspired has to be ready all the time because one never  knows when God will speak to them.

 Me: How do you know when God wants you to write something?

Mrs. Robinson: When God wants me to write something He brings it to the forefront of my mind and He doesnt let me forget until its been written. He speaks to my spirit and I listen. When I  first began to write I made a promise to God that I would only write so that He can get the glory. I remain obedient and God inspires me to write everyday. This is how He wants me to help His people.

Me: You read and you study God's Word. Do you have a favorite scripture and if so what is it?
 
Mrs. Robinson: Yes, I have quite a few. But, one of my favorite scriptures is Psalms 37:4 "Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart."

 Natasha: Hello Mrs Robinson, thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to speak with me.

  Mrs. Robinson: Thank you so much for giving me this opportunity to speak on behalf of my book and a topic I am so passionate about, I am honored.
 
 Natasha: It's a pleasure to be able to interview such and anointed woman of God. I've read your new book and I  absolutely loved it!  The title itself is quite powerful. "Mommy, Please Let Me Live:Voice Of The Unborn" How did you come up with the title?
Mrs Robinson:  What better way to get the worlds attention than to have an innocent baby begging its mother for life? I wanted people to be touched by the title and to be inspired to join me in speaking up for the unborn.
 
 Mrs Robinson:  What better way to get the worlds attention than to have an innocent baby begging its mother for life? I wanted people to be touched by the title and to be inspired to join me in speaking up for the unborn.
 
 Natasha: Who or what was your inspiration for writing this particular book?
 
 Mrs. Robinson:  I actually knew a young lady who was pregnant and she seemed really happy about it. However, I later found out that she had went on to get an abortion. After that all I could think of was that poor innocent baby. Her abortion haunted me for weeks. It was during that time that God spoke to me. It was time for the world to hear from the unborn baby. God wanted me to help save His babies.

Mrs. Robinson:  I actually knew a young lady who was pregnant and she seemed really happy about it. However, I later found out that she had went on to get an abortion. After that all I could think of was that poor innocent baby. Her abortion haunted me for weeks. It was during that time that God spoke to me. It was time for the world to hear from the unborn baby. God wanted me to help save His babies.
Mrs. Robinson:  I actually knew a young lady who was pregnant and she seemed really happy about it. However, I later found out that she had went on to get an abortion. After that all I could think of was that poor innocent baby. Her abortion haunted me for weeks. It was during that time that God spoke to me. It was time for the world to hear from the unborn baby. God wanted me to help save His babies.Mrs. Robinson:  I actually knew a young lady who was pregnant and she seemed really happy about it. However, I later found out that she had went on to get an abortion. After that all I could think of was that poor innocent baby. Her abortion haunted me for weeks. It was during that time that God spoke to me. It was time for the world to hear from the unborn baby. God wanted me to help save His babies.
 Natasha: For those who haven't read your book yet, can you tell them a little of what the story is about?
 
 Mrs. Robinson: It's about a young girl who grows up and starts to date. She gets with the wrong boy, makes some mistakes, and then she's faced with some tough decisions. What makes this book so powerful is that the reader get the chance to hear the baby’s point of view. The voice of the baby allows the reader to understand that the baby has rights too.
 
 Natasha:  Do you consider yourself a pro life activist?

Me: Would you consider yourself a pro life activist?
Mrs. Robinson: Yes, I am a prolife activist. I am not involved in a lot of groups, but this is one of my goals. I want to interact more with the pro-life group.  I became an prolife activist when I found out that since 1973 that over 55 million babies have been aborted. Reading broke my heart. As an American, I wondered how I could have let this happen and not speak up for the innocent.
Me: What do you hope to accomplish with this book?
Mrs. Robinson: Yes, I am a prolife activist. I am not involved in a lot of groups, but this is one of my goals. I want to interact more with the pro-life group.  I became an prolife activist when I found out that since 1973 that over 55 million babies have been aborted. Reading broke my heart. As an American, I wondered how I could have let this happen and not speak up for the innocent.
Me: What do you hope to accomplish with this book?
 
Natasha: What do you hope to accomplish with this book?
 
 Mrs. Robinson: I know this book will help save babies from abortions. But , I also want it to help heal women who have  been destroyed by abortions and help them learn to forgive themselves. I also want it to help strengthen the relationships and communication between mothers and daughters.
 
Natasha:  Do you plan to write more books about abortion?
 
 Mrs Robinson: Oh yes, I do plan to write more books on abortion. It is my prayer that I will write the one book that will put an end to legalized abortion.
 
 Natasha: If you could say one thing to someone who's contemplating an abortion right now, what would you say?
 
 Mrs. Robinson: I would say dont do, read my book first.

Natasha: For those who dont know, How can they purchase your book?
 
 Mrs. Robinson: You can go to my website www.kingdombizzness.com. Through my site you will be able to purchase my books through Amazon.com , Barne&Nobles.com or from my publisher inuiverse.com. You can also purchase it from google books.
 
 Natasha: You work full time and you're a wife, mother, grandmother and you're even active in the church. So, how you find the time to write with such a busy schedule?
 
 Mrs. Robinson: I write everywhere. You can always find me with a pen in my hand. A God inspired has to be ready all the time because one never  knows when God will speak to them.
 
 Natasha: How do you know when God wants you to write something?
 
 Mrs. Robinson: When God wants me to write something He brings it to the forefront of my mind and He doesnt let me forget until its been written. He speaks to my spirit and I listen. When I  first began to write I made a promise to God that I would only write so that He can get the glory. I remain obedient and God inspires me to write everyday. This is how He wants me to help His people.
 
 Natasha: You read and you study God's Word. Do you have a favorite scripture and if so what is it?
 
 Mrs. Robinson: Yes, I have quite a few. But, one of my favorite scriptures is Psalms 37:4 "Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart."



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