Michelle Janine Robinson
Michelle Janine Robinson's short story “Mi Destino” was included in Zane's New York Times bestseller Caramel Flava and her short story contribution “The Quiet Room” was the first featured story in the Times bestseller Succulent: Chocolate Flava II. Michelle has contributed to other anthologies, such as Purple Panties, with the story she wrote titled “Hailey's OrgasmicSplendor” and Honey Flava with the story “The Flow of Qi.” Michelle is also a contributor to the anthology, Tasting Him, with her story “A Tongue Is Just A Tongue,” edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel and published by Cleis Press.
Michelle's first novel, Color Me Grey, dares to ask two startling questions: “What would you do if you had everything you ever wanted and found out the person you trusted most was trying to steal it all from you?” And, “what if two sexual encounters left you with two separate babies—twins—from two different fathers; one obviously black and one obviously white—and both you and your husband were of the same ethnic background?” While it is a fictional account, it also provides a rare opportunity to peek inside of a rare but true medical occurrence; the fact that two percent of fraternal twins that are born each year are born to one mother—AND TWO DIFFERENT FATHERS.
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Books:Strange Fruit, March 2013
More Than Meets The Eye, June 2011
Color Me Grey, June 2010