I have been blessed to be happily married for over a decade but I realize that there are millions of couples who have not enjoyed the benefits of a lasting, faithful marriage. In my historical christian fiction novel Twiceborn I examine the effects of infidelity in married couples but over the next three posts I would like to identify compelling causes for infidelity on the part of men and strategies that women can use to fight back. … More Three Reasons Why Men Are Unfaithful
Limoges, France 1646.
Fire. It was the only way she could describe it. The burning tendrils of faded pleasure that still snaked across her skin. The heated passion that surged in her heart whenever she thought of his name: Arnaud. … More Twiceborn: the Book that Will Redefine You
So I finally created a Facebook page for my business (pitiful, I know, but better late than never, right?). 🙂 Please help me get rid of this long computer-assigned Facebook URL by liking my page. At 25 likes, I get to change it to something more appropriate…! Thanks as always for your support. Just click&like! … More The Facebook Adventure
Now I know it’s a little late on Valentine’s Day to write this post but I’ve been super busy-it’s tax season in the USA and…well..I’m sure if you’re a taxpayer you understand! 🙂 The big question is:
What do diamonds, gardens and relationships have in common? … More Diamonds, Gardens & Relationships
Get a FREE chapter of Twiceborn when you join my mailing list. Be the first to know what’s happening! Sign up at jprobinsonbooks.com today. Romance. Intrigue. Adrenaline-laced Biblical allegories. Everyone has secrets….but some secrets can kill. Angélique, a sheltered young woman, gives birth to twins-Antoine and Hugo- who, though born at the same time, … More Free Chapter of Twiceborn!
Several trailers are in production for Twiceborn’s official release. The trailers and other promotional stuff will be live on April 1st Lord willing! … More TWICEBORN UPDATE:
About two weeks ago my family and I were getting ready for our commute home from church when my daughter blurted out: “Are we going to Aunty Esther’s house?” … More Happy Notes!