Native-Hawaiian author launches new business & website. Her mission is to spread hope and inspiration, one community at a time

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  • (1888PressRelease) March 25, 2016 - WAI'ANAE, HI - Wai'anae born, Kapolei-based author Momi Robins-Makaila has announced the launch of her new business and website at Her books and short stories are chapters of her deeply touching spiritual journey that is expected to offer comfort and inspiration to others whose lives have been engulfed by emotional ordeals.

    "I am really excited about the opportunity to share with readers a personal journey that I hope will better enable them to embrace their struggles with honesty and without fear," said Robins-Makaila, who is an author and inspirational speaker. "It is my hope that by sharing my experiences, I can help others overcome adversity in their own lives. seeks to support women in all walks of life, to live their best lives. We share articles on faith and spirituality, health and wellness, parenting, relationships and self-awareness. Readers can sign up for our newsletter to receive updates on all we have to share and also to receive our free community magazines, whose purpose is to challenge, strengthen and support one another.

    Momi Robins-Makaila is a Native Hawaiian author and inspirational speaker. Her first book was titled, Candy Canes and Coke, which was a candid account of overcoming abuse and dysfunction. Her second book, Rescued By A God I Didn't Know is about her spiritual journey in building a relationship with God. She also shares short stories about emotional challenges for the purpose of self-reflection and self-actualization. Momi earned a Master's degree in special education from Gonzaga University. She also earned a Master's degree in Christian leadership from Grand Canyon University in Arizona, and is currently pursuing her Doctoral Degree from Grand Canyon University. She spent 15 years as a public school teacher in Hawaii, and also in Arizona. She currently lives in Kapolei, Hi. Watch her video at:

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