Teenage twin sisters, Valerie and Allie Alderman are products of an interracial marriage. Their mother is African American and their father is Caucasian.
The girls are opposite in every way. Valerie considers herself a Hip-Hop girl, while her twin, Allie, considers herself a Punk Rock girl.
The oldest of the twins, Valerie has been tormented by a dark secret. She refuses to reveal her secret to her family. But when she and her twin are teamed up by their English teacher to do a class project, unexpectedly, her sister discovers her secret and faces her own traumatic experience.
Award winning author, Christine Young-Robinson, is no stranger to the literary world. She has spent the last few years, working with her children’s books, Isra the Butterfly Gets Caught for Show and Tell and Chicken Wing. Now God has blessed her to take on a new challenge—writing for Teens.
Her short story, Miss Amy’s Last Ride was featured in the anthology, Proverbs for the People, edited by Tracy Price-Thompson and TaRessa Stovall, published by Kensington, in June 2003.
In her spare time, she helps others and loves being a companion for seniors over eighty. Also, each year, she embraces children with love by doing something positive for them. She has a love for reading, writing, networking, decorating, the arts, walking and lots of quiet times at home. Her goal in the near future is to release her first adult fiction ebook.