Recent release “Acts of Kindness: Uplifting Short Stories” from Page Publishing author Robin Michelle is a collection of powerful short stories that contain life-changing lessons for readers to absorb and utilize.
Robin Michelle, who was born and raised in a small steel mill town in Southwestern Pennsylvania named Monessen, has completed her new book “Acts of Kindness: Uplifting Short Stories”: an inspiring and empowering collection of short stories that show readers how to accept a blessing, how to give a blessing, and how to be a blessing.
Author Robin Michelle is a Monessen High School graduate who attended Westmoreland County Community College for a few semesters in the early 1980s. She’s a single mother who raised four children and is now a grandmother to seven.
While raising her children, Robin worked many different jobs where she met a lot of great people. In every job Robin Michelle had, she left an impression on the people she worked with and vice versa. She is a kind, giving person who loves to treat people the way she wants to be treated. Over the years, in a time of need, she approached total strangers who would help aid her through everyday life situations. The strangers she came in contact with would rarely take her money for coming to the rescue. The trending theme among the people she encountered was love and peace. She has also paid it forward many times and helped many strangers in their time of need. Robin Michelle loves to tell what she calls true acts of kindness stories and shares them with anyone who wants to listen. She has a passion for painting the interior of the family’s and friends’ homes and also interior decorating.
Author Robin Michelle writes, “I live in a small city called Monessen. We’re about twenty miles west of Youngwood. That is where the college is located. My classes are on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. I am a young college student who started college after I met a young man I fell in love with. He is from the ‘Windy City’ Chicago, Illinois. He’s seen so much in his lifetime compared to mine. We fell deeply in love. We lived in Chicago for a while. Then we decided to move to Pennsylvania. We rented an apartment from my father. He owned an apartment building. All of our family lived there through the years. We both attended WCCC.”
Published by Page Publishing, Robin Michelle’s impactful work reminds readers about how manners will go a long way. This work helps readers understand themselves and others and learn how to trust themselves and go with their instincts.
Readers who wish to experience this compelling work can purchase “Acts of Kindness: Uplifting Short Stories” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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