Melinda Robertson

Melinda Robertson is an author, empowerment speaker and former teen mother. Her experience as a teen mother compelled her to write her first novel, Motherhood . . . What You Don’t Know! in an attempt to combat the teen pregnancy issue that plagues communities nationwide. Motherhood . . . What You Don’t Know! was featured in various newspapers, and two nationally syndicated radio shows, the “ Russ Parr Morning Show” and the “Wendy Williams Experience.”

Robertson’s second novel, Fatherhood . . . What You Ought to Know for teen boys was written to educate boys about the responsibilities they have to do to prevent unwanted pregnancies.

In her latest novel, Mistaken Identity, Robertson ventures into new territory targeting a more mature audience. This fast paced story takes you into the life of a modern day single woman who plays by her own rules and ultimately changes the dating game.

What was the impetus for writing this book?

My passion for writing.

What’s the overall theme?

The complexities of living the single life.

What surprised you about the development of the book?

How relatable it is.

Which character excites you most?

Morgan, the main character.

For what audience is your book written?


What one thing do you most want the reader to learn?

Life happens but how we respond is key.

What one thing do you want the reader to remember forever?

To not judge others.

What did you learn during the writing process?

That we all have a story to tell.

Any advice for aspiring writers?

To stay focused and see it through.

What’s next on the horizon for you?

To see where this thing called life takes me from here.