Driven by Faith by Todd Robinson
A memoir of faith, family, and finding purpose

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“Driven by Faith” is the true story of Earnestine Rodgers Robinson, a black woman born in the Deep South at the end of the Great Depression. With no formal training in music, she persevered and overcame every obstacle before arriving in New York City and standing on stage as a composer at the world-famous Carnegie Hall. “Driven by Faith” is more than a personal narrative. It is the inspiring story of the human struggle to find the answers in life. Her story, while engaging, transcends beyond entertainment and reflects on the existential meaning of purpose. It is a story that touches both the mind and the heart.

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Todd Robinson is the creator and chief editor of the multiaward-winning crime fiction magazine "THUGLIT". His short fiction has appeared in "Blood & Tacos"; "Plots with Guns"; "Needle Magazine"; "Shotgun Honey"; "Strange, Weird, and Wonderful Magazine"; "Out of the Gutter"; "Pulp Pusher"; "Grift"; "Demolition Magazine"; and "CrimeFactory". His writing has been nominated for a Derringer Award, short-listed for Best American Mystery Stories, selected for "Writer's Digest"'s Year's Best Writing 2003, and won the inaugural Bullet Award in June 2011.
Published February 3, 2013 by WordText Publisher. 311 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Self Help, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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Robinson's account of becoming a successful classical composer, co-written with her son, Todd Robinson.

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