Author Bio

Daphine Glenn Robinson, a native of Spartanburg, South Carolina, acquired a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications from Winthrop University and a Master of Business Administration from Charleston Southern University. She is a member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated and is currently promoting her latest eBook, Mommy Moments. Her latest novel, Too Many Lies, will be released late summer 2011.

Robinson’s storytelling abilities culminated during her early childhood years. Being an only child until the age of ten, a pen and a sheet of paper always provided a way of escape from boredom. While other children were outside playing, she spent quiet time in her room playing with dolls, reading, journaling and creating stories. Elements of those stories have now evolved into full-length books.  

Momisms: Mama Never Told Me There Would Be Days Like This was Robinson’s premiere project, mirroring the crazy things that happened in the Robinson household after the birth of her two children. Momisms was republished as an ebook in 2011 as Mommy Moments.

Robinson later stepped into the arena of fiction as she entertained readers with the repercussions that resulted as devastating secrets were revealed in Brotherly Love & Betrayal.  

My Testimony

In 2005 all I had was a vision and a story. Today, my dreams are a reality. Writing is the easy part, publishing and maintaining a publishing career is where the challenge lies. But all things are possible with God on your side. Whatever your passion, stay in your lane and do you—not what others want you to do.

As for publishing, I promised God  if I ever became a published author, I'd give him all of the praise, honor and glory, and I do. This is a gift he gave me. You have yours. What is it? I encourage you to achieve your dreams, whether it is to be a published author or something else. Take the first step. Believe you can.


DO NOT LET YOUR DREAMS DIE.
God gave them to you for a reason.

I am a witness that God does hear and answer prayer.
Stay up to date with Daphine on her blog, Books, Writing, and Life.