My new writing beginnings

This time of year is rapidly becoming my favorite season. Not only because of the beauty outside but the sheer amount of energy that bursts out of the flowers and plants. It’s got my inner muse humming—and I’m ready to go to work.

I’ve got two major manuscripts to complete in 2021.

First, I’ve wrapped up In the Dead of the Night which has garnered some really positive reviews. Check it out here.

Now that my beloved Northshire series is tucked away (at least for the moment 🙂 ) I’m making a quantum leap into non-fiction and am focusing on a Christian living book called Radical Devotions for Boys. This book will offer parents hands-on, easy to follow guided activities–as well as devotional readings–to help make God relevant for boys ages 6-12.

Right on the heels of Radical Devotions is a high-energy, contemporary suspense novel called—I don’t know yet! It centers on a investigative journalist whose covering a story in the heart of the Congo, a CIA operative who needs intelligence that can cripple a rogue militia’s planned allegiance with ISIS, and a woman whose faith might mean the difference between life and death for thousands.

Inspired by true stories and some of my personal experiences, I’m so excited to break ground on this new series.

Follow this blog and my Facebook reader page for updates as I go along.

Selfies are ever so hard!

P.S. My wife and I just finished hosting our first virtual writers conference! 🙂 What’s new in your writing/non-writing world? Leave a comment!

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About JP Robinson

JP Robinson is a prolific award-winning author. He graduated from SUNY Stony Brook university at 19 with a Bachelor’s degree in English and another in French. He is currently wrapping up his Master’s of Education.

JP is a contributor to Guideposts, Focus on the Family’s Clubhouse, and the Salvation Army’s War Cry. His work has been praised by industry leaders such as Publishers Weekly and secured the #1 spot on Amazon’s historical thrillers category.

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