Two Worlds Media is proud to introduce our newest author, Melodie Eaton Steele, and to announce her first book Autistic ABCs – A family’s reflection on a journey toward hope. Printed in the style of a children’s dictionary, this newest title is the first book at TWM illustrated in color. We think it came out pretty good! It is the latest release under the Crosswater imprint.
Soon to be released, a novel by Kurt Mach. Titled, Without Malice—Crime, Violence & Forgiveness. From the back cover:
Without Malice follows Will (Mark Wilson) as he moves seamlessly between the criminal underworld and conventional society, pursuing his desires without care for the consequences, only whether or not they work for him.
When love enters his life, his drive and passions refocus as he transitions from easy, but dangerous drug money to the excitement and stress of running one of Seattle’s hottest dance clubs. Near shootings at the night spot, and the discovery of a loaded gun in his company car reveal his inability to separate from his dark past.
And someone keeps showing up in his life of drugs, crime and partying… someone he cannot shake. His final confrontation brings it all to an abrupt end.
This book will appear under the Crosswater Books imprint. All Crosswater Book titles are managed personally by the author. Transactions on the Two Worlds Media site are with the author.
A sampler episode where listeners get a taste of one of the offerings at Two Worlds Media. This is a sample chapter from Calvin Tadema’s latest book, Learn from Me – Patterns and strategies in transformative healing prayer.
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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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.
Mentioned in this Episode
- Church of the Heart Podcast
- Larry’s Website
- Tate Publishers (ceased business)
- Closing the Bookstore Down by John McCutcheon
- Pixels Logo Design
- MailChimp and Constant Contact (e-blast)
- Campaign Enterprise (marketing Software)
- Masterpiece by Danny Gokey
- Remind Me Who I Am by Jason Gray
- Mark Schelske Podcast Interview
- Silver Twins Movie
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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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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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.
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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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.