Welcome to Two Worlds Media

Indie writers exploring the joys and challenges of walking with Jesus

Paperbacks
Traditional publishing by non-traditional authors.
Audio Books
We are converting some titles to audio books, some free offerings are posted to TWM blog.
E-Books
Kindle editions available at Amazon.

Where Ideas Turn Into Books

“Someday, I’d like to write a book…”

Have you ever let that thought take root in your mind? In years past, dreams of writing a book had to remain just that: a dream. Today, though, the publishing industry has changed. The fact is, anyone who wants to write a book and is willing to work hard and learn, can see that dream come true. With the advent of Print on Demand (POD press) aspiring writers can hold their finished book in their hands.

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Two Worlds Media exists to help indie writers develop their dream. We feature four imprints, each designed to help indie writers bring their work to publication.

Our Imprints

Two Worlds Press is the imprint of our core authors, Calvin and Julie Tadema, Dan and Jody Mayhew and Daryl Knudeson.

Crosswater Books are a variety of titles from partner authors. This imprint includes memoir, poetry, fiction and other eclectic subjects
Max Features/Tavoite are really two imprints. Max Features books are just for fun, a collection of humorous writing from Dan Mayhew. Tavoite Books are titles produced for aspiring writers who want to create for a target audience of family and friends.


Recently Released

Take a look at a few of our most recent titles

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    Marriage & Family

    Autistic 123s

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    $16.50 $15.00

    Autistic 1,2,3s is for those who wrestle with trust and faith, seeking to find real rest and hope for what their journey holds.

    This is the companion volume to Melodie Steele’s first book, Autistic ABCs.

  • Faith & Living

    Irrevocable

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    $12.00
  • Inspiration

    Sacred Journey

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    $12.50
    Knowing God’s Presence Along the Road . . .

    By Daryl Knudeson

    Sometimes the journey seems too difficult to make alone.

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