I must have laughed and cried a thousand times... -- Message from Gary Robinson

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Re: I must have laughed and cried a thousand times... -- Message from Gary Robinson

Post by Nnabest » 16 May 2018, 06:48

i just love this book, just went through it now and am convinced that the writer MrRobinson knows all it takes to compose a social writeup, look at the tittle, simply the best i have gone through this month

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Post by Ivanka27 » 16 May 2018, 12:15

Thanks so much for the insights. Now I’m looking forward to reading the book.

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Post by Ian kips » 16 May 2018, 13:25

It is so touching how you used your own experience to address some issues in the society. Haven't read the book but looking forward to reading it.
Thanks for the letter.

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Post by Winnie m » 16 May 2018, 15:25

Wow. Am already in love with the book. Seems to be so inspiring. I would love to read all of it

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Post by Chris Benjamin » 16 May 2018, 16:05

Very, very interesting. I got this for the first time of my singing up in this platform and am really happy after reding the book.

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Post by Jackson Roby » 16 May 2018, 22:46

Thanks for pouring your heart and soul and sharing your life experiences I think your a true artist because literature is the reflects the social realities and that's what you are doing. Looking forward to your next work.
And I really think you books could help people improve their characters and make more responsible choices in life.

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Post by slberry1 » 16 May 2018, 23:29

Thank you for writing this letter. Knowing something about an author and what inspires them to write, can give their readers a better understanding about their work. I'm looking forward to reading this book.

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Post by ArapLeting » 17 May 2018, 02:42

Hello Gary,
Your story seems more interesting!you must be a born storyteller.your story looks amazing ;It in a way seem to if not "laugh" at how humans "magnify" their day-to-day problems but until they encounter the "other" with issues a notch higher.However,The point in which you seem to get an aha! moment is another of what I would like to see -together with the reconciliation part . otherwise, I'll be waiting to thumb through your novel asap.

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Post by kanema + martin » 17 May 2018, 04:11

Sword swallower, quite inspiring, that's just life at it's present time.

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Post by Thessy246z » 17 May 2018, 04:21

Hi Gary,
Thanks for the enlightenment on sword swallower. Now I just can't wait to read the book and experience the emotions the book was written with.

Thank you

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Post by daniya__shah3 » 17 May 2018, 09:10

This seems interesting enough. I feel absolutely amazed by your journey. Would love to read this!

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Post by Gary Robinson » 17 May 2018, 11:16

To all of you at OnlineBookClub: Thank you very much for the kind words. I discovered this blog late last night and I just finished reading every message. I must have kissed a thousand profiles. Tears of joy are the best tears. Your words of encouragement have truly touched my soul. Now that I know that this blog exists, I will return regularly to read and discuss your views regarding my letter or my book or any other question you may have for me. Thank you again. Wow, I am deeply touched.

Gary Robinson

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Post by Heather En » 17 May 2018, 19:33

Hi Gary,

Yours is am interesting letter, thank you for the insight on the novel, for the courage to share your experiences and the strength to turn a new leaf when you met your friend Duke Reynolds. I'll definitely search for a copy of your book. And of course best of luck as you write your next book.

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Post by Daniella10 » 17 May 2018, 21:09

Thank you so much for this message, just by reading the letter makes me more interested in reading the book. I love the title too. Thumbs up!

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Post by lizzyobitz » 17 May 2018, 21:54

Hi Mr. Robinson,

Thanks for your letter, it gave me a clear picture and summary of what the book is all about.
The title is so captivating that it makes you want to read to the end. It is a life of sorrow and joy, a sad experience on growing up. the trauma alone is enough to make you cry all day and night.

I salute your courage in sharing your life's story, it's a lesson for all not to give up on life no matter the situation, experience or circumstances, because hence there is life, there is hope.

I also share in your humor, laughter and joy, I can imagine how you feel while writing. Thanks for the healing and redemption of your soul, the inspiration and your achievement so far in your career and in raising a family. I am happy you came back to life to understand the meaning and joy of living a new man. I will definitely read this book. Congratulations!


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