IF IT AIN'T ONE THING, A Powerful New Novel by Cheryl Robinson

From: The Penguin Group, USA
Published: Mon May 16 2005


New American Library is proud to build upon Robinsonís previous accomplishments by republishing Memories of Yesterday under the new title, IF IT AINíT ONE THING (NAL Trade Paperback; February 2005; $13.95), hoping to bring this spectacular story to an even wider audience.

When titled Memories of Yesterday, IF IT AINíT ONE THING was a Book Remarks 2002 top seller and an Essence Magazine bestseller. Cedar Valley College in Lancaster, Texas selected the novel as required reading. Exciting word-of-mouth buzz is building for the republication, resulting in promising advanced sales.

In IF IT AIN'T ONE THING, Winona Fairchild, a single mother of two, knows she's made her fair share of mistakes. Life begins to change for the better when she leaves Texas for her hometown of Detroit, Michigan. She gets a great job, buys her own house, and meets her match in Porter Washington ó a man with his own devastating failures and secrets. Can the two overcome their pasts and scale the dark secrets to find love?

Robinson has said that she wrote this novel as a representation of hope for her readers. Her characters suffer through anger, disappointment and looming troubles - yet they eventually triumph over their personal hardships. Robinson wants her readers to reflect on their own lives throughout the story, and to believe in the possibility of a brighter future.

Cheryl Robinson is a native of Detroit and currently resides in Dallas, Texas. She has a degree in business marketing from Wayne State University and works as a supervisor with Daimler Chrysler Services. She is currently at work on her third novel.

IF IT AINíT ONE THING
by Cheryl Robinson
NAL Trade Paperback; February 2005
$13.95
ISBN: 0-451-21405-6
Company: The Penguin Group, USA
Contact Name: Abby Thompson
Contact Email: abigail.thompson@us.penguingroup.com
Contact Phone: 212.366.2538

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