Spooky & Boo were ripped away from their mother and dumped on Halloween night. They are kittens just barely weened from their mother.
Everything they see is big, bad and scary. They are cold, alone, hungry and homeless. Could things possibly be any worse? Will these poor babies survive? The answer is somewhere within the pages of A Spooky-Boo Halloween.
With a major in writings and communications, Renee Robinson has been writing since the age of 12. An element unique to Renee, is her ability to morph into various genres, from poet, to fiction,to children's books. However, being busy raising children and working fulltime forced Renee Robinson to push back her ambitions to publish.
Until 4 years ago, when she received the horrifying diagnosis of colon cancer. Only halfway through her first round of chemotherapy treatment, Renee lost her job as she was no longer able to work fulltime due to the chemo making her too ill to return to work. Instead of laying around feeling sorry for herself, Renee used this opportunity to write and to be published.
She began with publishing a series of poetry books while working on a journal she created a new genre for called "Reality Reading".
In this novel, author and reader, together fight cancer. The first series of this novel is currently in the final edit stage to be released soon.