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Robotmom Publishing

We are so excited to share our Brand New Podcast Series!

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Announcing the release of Robotmom's Second Novella for teens and adults! An exciting spiritual Sci-Fi adventure with many layers!

                    The Lost Colony by Rev. Dr. K. Helms

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What are people saying?

"Beautifully written. And, one can't help but greatly admire the story's heroines as they meet harsh challenges with grace and courage, whether those challenges be earthbound or otherwise."  Lisa Gregory

"The author's adventure entices you to learn more about the past and future worlds which meet through the characters.  Mystery and wonder keep you focused as you gaze upon the possibilities and reflect on where man might be heading."  Donna Sako, Author of Hidden, S.O.S, and Find a Penny: A Financial Journey.


About The Type Righter (First in the trilogy)

"A unique and captivating blend of science fiction and an individual's spiritual journey. Enjoyable and thought provoking."

E. A. Beadles

". . .A masterfully crafted fusion of SciFi and the Holy hold you in its grip even after the turn of the final page!"

Rev. Sharon Gordon MA

". . . This is the kind of book you will want to not put down till you finish it. "

Sue. S.


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Check out our Unit Studies! Multisensory "Color To Teach" Curriculum makes learning fun! Ages 4-9.


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Every purchase of "The Boy Who Lived in the Smile of a Crocodile" a donation will be made to: Caring for Kids of Kenya

Every purchase of "The Mer-Girl Who Lived in a Brave, New World" a donation will be made to: The Joshua Center for Neurological Disorders in memory of our friend Charlie

Every purchase of "The Boy Who Lived in a Bottle" a donation will be made to: Feeding America



Parents,gather your children around and enjoy this short excerpt from "The Boy Who Lived in the Smile of a Crocodile"!RRRrrrar!