Tommy G. Robertson

            Multi-Award Winning Writer-Producer-Director 

Latest Novel

I Am Not Nothin' - The Serpent Handler's Daughter

  • Set in the wildly beautiful and rugged mountains of West Virginia in 1918, the poignant love story between Dorie Kincaid and Elijah Caudill is deeply woven into the fabric of Appalachian history in a time when coal miners fought for their lives, bootleggers ran wild in the mountains, blood feuds raged and serpent handlers tempted God. It was the power of simple faith that led the servant girl who could barely read and write to change the world around her and give the bitter and wounded soldier a reason to live again.

Tommy G Robertson

  • Robertson is best known as a television writer, producer, and director whose work with the major broadcast and cable networks has been honored with scores of top national and international film festival awards including multiple Emmy's, the Peabody Award, and a lifetime achievement honor from the National Academy of TV Arts and Sciences. .

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New Projects Underway

Bloodhorse Games

Years after an Irish girl is orphaned by a terrorist bombing in Northern Ireland she inherits a lush  Kentucky horse farm from an American father she had never known.

Back to Jerusalem

The amazing history of the ancient city that is holy to three of the world's great religions, where kings have ruled and empires clashed. And Jesus "beheld the city and wept..."

The Photographer

A young Cajun boy in the bayou country of Louisiana inadvertently photographs two gang members involved in a murder and must flee for his life. The gang threatens to kill the boy and his family if he says anything.  


A Child's Book of


Time to close our eyes and see beautiful things & fly with our dreams on eagles wings


The Bad Bad Bunny

...that wanted to be good, but things never worked out just the way they should