Granite Hills High School graduate publishes his first two books –

APPLLE VALLEY, California ( – Brent H. Robinson has reason to celebrate after a major bookstore chain picked up two of his most recently published books.

The American writer and film director was born in Inglewood, California and grew up in Apple Valley, where he graduated from Granite Hills High School in 2018.

Two years later, Mr. Robinson’s first author award at the 2020 Cinematic Writers Festival in San Diego, and since then he has been unstoppable.

Now available in Barnes & Noble in paperback and hardcover, his new books are titled The appointorand Suite 11and Robinson said he has more books on the way.

The Appointant, written by the mystery author, is a twist of historical conspiracy events linked to a fictional story about science fiction

“I plan to write about 10 more books before 2022 is over,” Mr. Robinson to VVNG.

“I completed the New York University film program with a film certificate from IndieWire and RollingStone, and I am now attending Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida,” said Mr. Robinson to this news site.

In Florida, Robinson will earn a Bachelor of Science Degree in Digital Cinematography this year, and after graduating, Mr. Robinson that he plans to direct feature films that are depictions of his books.

His book with the title The invasion at 02.00is the third book in the series to be published in the near future, and is listed as “coming soon” on the author’s website

Suite 11, the first of Brent H. Robinson’s three Horror Novella series, takes place in 1939. “A Scare Like No Other.” – Barnes & Noble

More information can be found on the following on his website: or Barnes & Noble’s website: Here.

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