Fulton Books author Genevieve Robinson, a proud mother and grandmother who uses writing as a form of healing, has completed her most recent book "Why I Ran Away from Home": a powerful look at the tumultuous childhood the author experienced, and why she felt she had to strike out on her own to escape her controlling parents.
"When I was little, I had no idea the kind of people—the ones who were raising me—would turn out to be so hateful and prejudiced," writes Robinson. "I didn't even know what prejudice was or that it even existed for that matter! Oh, was I ever about to find out!"
Robinson continues, "Most of my friends were black, and once my stepfather found out they were black was when I found out he was a prejudiced monster. I got called every name in the book … just for having black friends! He even told me I had crossed the tracks? What does that even mean? I started seeing him for who he really was, a prejudiced man, just an all-around hateful man."
Published by Fulton Books, Genevieve Robinson's book is a powerful look at the ways in which one's parents can become detrimental to the lives of their children if they refuse to have open minds and accept people of all backgrounds. Raw and honest, Robinson bravely shares her memoir in the hopes of helping readers who find themselves in similar situations with domineering and hateful parents.
Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase "Why I Ran Away from Home" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
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Original Source: Genevieve Robinson's New Book 'Why I Ran Away From Home' Discusses the Troubled Relationship the Author Had With Her Parents and Why She Left Home at a Young Age