Writing About Food, Fellowship and the Gospel

Kendall Vanderslice talks about her journey as a writer that has led her to the release of her first book, We Will Feast: Rethinking Dinner, Worship, and the Community of God (Eerdmans) in May 2019. After graduating from Wheaton College in Illinois (BA Anthropology 2013), she began engaging questions of food and faith. Interested in commensality—or, the social dynamics of eating together—she studied food at Boston University (MLA Gastronomy 2016) and is now finishing her studies Duke University, studying the theology of bread (MTS 2019). 

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A Trove of Resources

Larry V. Silver talks about setting goals and useful tools to reach them.

Guest Larry Silver has set his sites on marketing his recent release, Spiritual Identity: Believe God’s Revolutionary Truth and seeing it become a best seller. Join in the conversation as today’s guest describes some of the resources he has discovered to help him reach his goal. 

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From Apologetics to Interactive Novels

An interview with Jomo Johnson

Jomo Johnson, seminary graduate and founder of Church for Black Men in Washington, DC shares about his publishing experiences and creative efforts to interact with his reading audience. This is a companion interview with a longer conversation with Jomo about planting house churches. That podcast can be found at the Church of the Heart Podcast.


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Sampler: Incarnation – Breathtaking Courage, Wisdom and Love

Author Tom Baker’s first book is a collection of thoughts, poetry and prayer compiled over Tom’s years as a church pastor. In this episode, Dan reads from the book as part of our run-up to the celebration of Incarnation Day (aka, Christmas).. 

After a brief absence from Amazon’s shelves, Incarnation has been re-released and is available again for purchase as a Christmas devotional or a gift for friends and family.

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Podcast: Time Funnels – The Accidental Journey

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A follow up to our interview with author Timothy Jones. Dan reads three excerpts from the book. This title, targeting young adults, will make a great gift for young readers. To purchase Time Funnels, click the image to visit Amazon. 

Tim Jones Talks about Time Funnels – The accidental journey

Timothy Jones is our only author of young adult fiction. Today, Dan and Tim talk about the journey of writing a novel for youthful readers. This book has the distinction of being based on a historical record that suggests that dinosaurs may not be so far removed from our own time than once thought. Time Funnels is a great book for those who want to invite their young readers on an adventure that suggests an alternative to the history that is commonly taught. 

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2018 Fall Podcast Catch-up

After a couple months hiatus, Read Between the Worlds is back with a discussion of the CreateSpace merger with KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing). Also, in this episode, new releases at Two Worlds Media, upcoming episodes and an idea for online writer’s workshops. 

An Editor Talks About Common Writer Mistakes

Today’s guest is Kathryn Deering, former managing editor at a large Christian publisher. Presently, Kathy freelances from her home in Ann Arbor, Michigan. This episode deals with common mistakes that indie writer/publishers make. Have you made any of them? Or are you making them right now? Listen in and see. 

If you would like to contact our guest with questions or to seek information about her services, contact us here at Two Worlds Media. 

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Attention Portland Writers!

Two Worlds Media has partnered with some local teachers and coaches who can help writers polish their craft. It is our pleasure to recommend Jenna Thompson as one of those professionals. 

Jenna will be facilitating the first of several writer’s workshops on April 22nd. We at Two Worlds Media would like to encourage you take advantage of this local (Portland, OR) opportunity by offering the few remaining slots at a reduced rate of $35.00. That’s a $15.00 discount! Click here for details and a sign-up form


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In the future, we are planning to organize a series of online collaborative workshops. Each facilitated practicum will be limited to four or five students who will work together with a coach to develop an aspect of their writing. Topics will focus on plot refinement, character development, descriptions and other elements of the writer’s practice.