I had the pleasure to talk with Tanya Robinson to discuss her debut novel I Don’t Want To Love You, But I Do. Tanya wrote a couple novels while recovering from a auto accident. She loves to write and bring life to stories that sends a message to her audience. Tanya shares who influenced her writing, pioneers like ReShonda Tate Billingsley, Victoria Christopher Murray, and Zora Neal Hurston.
Who is Tanya Robinson?
She is a writer, entrepreneur, and a business woman that is passionate about her gifts and talents. Tanya has an company called Up Next Entertainment. She is working on a few projects that involve a sitcoms and short films.
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Check out an excerpt from her novel I Don’t Want to Love You, But I Do:
What would you do for another chance at love? Would you give up the family business, let him go, or would you try to lead a double life?
Taj and Sasha Brock and Monica James, MJ, are the granddaughters of Margaret Wellingford, who ran the biggest brothel in Chicago.
The trios’ grandmother wanted nothing more than to have one of her heirs take over the family business. Taj and Sasha jumped in with both feet and had every intention of cementing their footprints in the industry. The duo upgraded the standard operating procedures Gram had taught them and set up shop on the west coast. MJ had no interest in the family business; she was more interested in how technology made her tick than catering to tricks. Who knew that she would be the one that introduced them to their new moneymaker?
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