WordServe News March 2021

Much has been happening this month at WordServe Literary . . . our highlights below include new releases, contracts signed, notable reviews and PR events, new authors to the agency and other news of note by clients and agents.

WordServe author Dr. David Stoop passed away last month at age 83 after a stroke. Dr. Stoop was a counselor, speaker, pastor, friend and co-host of New Life Live with Steve Arterburn, as well as co-author of the Life Recovery Bible (also with Steve). He was active in writing projects until the very end. His final book with Revell will come out this fall which was aptly titled, Living Strong, Finishing Well, on how seniors can live a full life well beyond their retirement years.

I’ve worked with Dr. Stoop since the first day I became an agent May 1, 1994, working with him on dozens of great projects which will continue to help people find their way in life for many decades to come.

Here is the full press release that appeared in the ECPA weekly newsletter:  https://rushtopress.org/8461-2/

He will be greatly missed by his wife, 3 adult sons, many grandchildren and a host of men like me who were blessed to know him.

New Releases

DrivenCongratulations to Sara Davison and Mountain Brook Ink for the release of Driven, the third book in The Night Guardian Series.

Children aren’t the only ones who can disappear…

Driven by ongoing grief and relentless dreams, Holden Kelly is determined to track down the child his brother Gage abducted eight years earlier. The rescue that might have saved Matthew Gibson’s life had cost Gage his. Proving his brother hadn’t sacrificed his life for nothing might be the only way Holden can start fully living his again. And it could be the last chance he has to find his way back to the wife he loves but who is also mired in grief and a crisis of faith.

Mikayla Grant has nightmares of her own. A road trip with private investigator Jax Rodriguez—a man she is strongly drawn to even though his primary goal seems to be to drive her crazy—can’t be the way to heal from a terrible loss. Can it?

As Holden, Mikayla, and Jax follow the missing child’s trail from Toronto to Chicago, their mission is not as secret as they thought. Someone knows they are coming and will stop at nothing to prevent them from finding the child Gage rescued.

And to make sure that no one ever hears from the three of them again.

Congratulations to Walt Larimore, MD for the April 6, 2021 release of The Natural Medicine Handbook: The Truth about the Most Effective Herbs, Vitamins, and Supplements for Common Conditions. 

When it comes to natural medicines, such as herbs, vitamins, and dietary supplements, you want to make sure you’re getting the truth about what works, what is safe, and what is a waste of money. You need evidence-based, trustworthy, unbiased sources and studies so that you can make wise decisions for yourself and your family.

In consultation with the experts at ConsumerLab.com and Natural MedicinesTM, Dr. Walt Larimore has combed the available research from around the globe to evaluate about 1300 natural medicines or interventions for more than 500 conditions or indications summarized in helpful charts and tables. This highly readable and reliable guide will tell you what natural medicines have proven to be both safe and effective while suggesting the best-value “Top Picks” for health issues such as

– brain and heart health
– digestive and immune health
– energy and fatigue
– losing weight
– keeping hair, skin, and nails young
– increasing the quality and length of your life
– and many more

Arranged topically so you can go directly to the information you need, this comprehensive, trustworthy guide is a resource you’ll return to again and again. When it comes to natural medicines, such as herbs, vitamins, and dietary supplements, you want to make sure you’re getting the truth about what works, what is safe, and what is a waste of money. You need evidence-based, trustworthy, unbiased sources and studies so that you can make wise decisions for yourself and your family.

Congratulations to Pam Farrel and Stephen Arterburn for the April 20, 2021 re-release of 90 Devotions for Women on the Go.

If you feel like your personal relationship with God is slipping in between the tiny spaces of your mile-long to-do list, then this devotional is for you.

Pam Farrel and Stephen Arterburn have designed 90 Devotions for Women on the Go for busy women who may only have five minutes to spare for some spiritual refreshment. In this devotional, you’ll find ways ideas for strengthening your relationship with God and others, ways to feel less alone in coping with common emotions and fears, and suggestions to help stabilize your life in the long run.

Whether your daily life is filled with cleaning the kitchen counter and carpooling, Americanos and meetings—or both—this five-minute devotional will increase your personal relationship with God as he meets you where you are: on the go.

Contracts

Wayne Cordeiro signed with Tantor Media for the audio rights for Leading on Empty: Refilling Your Tank and Renewing Your Passion and The Divine Mentor: Growing Your Faith as You Sit at the Feet of the Savior. 

Robert Child signed with Osprey/Bloomsbury Publishing for Immortal Valor to be released in Summer 2022.

Tammy Wilborn signed with Grand Central Publishing for Playing a New Game to be released late 2022.

Jamie Sumner signed a three-book deal with Simon & Schuster for Glory Be (to be released January 2023), Wish You Well (to be released September 2023), and Maid For It (to be released January 2024).

Candy L. Mariballi signed with Worthy Publishing for He Hears Her Voice: Transforming Your Prayer Life to be released March 2022.

New Clients

 Laura Dennis, Rachel G. Scott, Peter Chambers, Geralyn Ritter, and Kelsey Scism joined WordServe this month. Welcome!

What We’re Celebrating

Please join me in congratulating Dr. Amen on a Publisher’s Weekly Bestseller for Your Brain is Always Listening!

https://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/books/publishers-weekly-best-sellers/2021/03/11/2147ac8e-8297-11eb-be22-32d331d87530_story.html

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