Our Upcoming Books

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1. “Why – A Purpose Bigger Than Business” by Jeff Holler (inspirational non-fiction): This debut book from financial planner and entrepreneur Jeff Holler tells the stories of seven successful and divergent international business leaders who share how they have applied their Christian faith to their business practices to thrive and make a profound difference to the customers they serve. Manuscript in final draft

2. “Oh No! Not the Diva!” by Jacquelyn D. Murray (memoir): The second book from Jacki picks up where Cancer With Grace left off with the unexpected emergence of episodes of depression that eventually became a diagnosis of PTSD. Jacki reveals the sources of her depression and PTSD as they were identified through therapy and addresses the stigmas associated with both mental conditions within the Christian Church and how she confronted them in God’s grace. Manuscript in first draft

3. “Wooden Angel: Generations” by Peggy Bayless Gustave (fiction): The fourth book from Peggy is the last of the Wooden Angel trilogy and continues the amazing life of Claudette as she returns to France to reengage with her long-lost past – only to have experiences that shape her present and future in remarkable ways. Manuscript in second draft

4-5. By Lorinda Reddie-Martinez (memoir and inspirational non-fiction, both as yet Untitled): Lorinda shares candidly and from a biblical perspective about the pitfalls and hurts of online relationships in the first book, and writes poignant and uplifting devotional insights from the heart in the second. Manuscript in first draft

6. By Suzette Howe (non-fiction, as yet Untitled): In the first of a series, Suzette will reveal the untold, positive personal stories of the lives of Mixed Martial Arts fighters from the UFC, Bellator, and others. Manuscript in first draft

7. By Christopher Brooks (memoir, as yet Untitled): Christopher reveals how he overcame illiteracy and other bullies in his life to teach himself how to read and operate a successful business. Manuscript in first draft

8. By Bob Gassman (inspirational non-fiction, both as yet Untitled): As a former missionary and current nutritionist, Bob reveals what the Bible says about overcoming stress using scriptural principles and examples from biblical characters and his own life. Manuscript in first draft

9. “Christian Character” Volume 2 by Frank Martin (inspirational non-fiction): Frank presents a detailed and provocative expositional teaching on the subject of Christian character and how to reflect God’s character through your life. Manuscript in second draft

10. “Forge Ahead” by James Reed (inspirational non-fiction): The story of a pastor and and his ministry to help people spiritually wounded in churches. Manuscript in first draft (on hold by author)

11. By Donnie Houston (memoir, as yet Untitled): Donnie tells of the harrowing day he was taken hostage in a prison, survived seventeen hours of torture that nearly killed him, and now speaks of the courage and hope in God discovered in his recovery. Manuscript in first draft (on hold by author)

12. “The Substance of a Woman” by Elaine Walker (inspirational non-fiction): Using the book of Genesis as her foundation, Elaine will share how women were designed by God to be strong protectors of their families and themselves, and thrive as the women they were created to be. Manuscript in first draft (on hold by author)

13. “Our Four-Leaf Clover” by Andres & Marysol Malo (memoir): The story of the couple and their challenges raising a developmentally-challenged son born with no eyes or nose. Manuscript completed and being translated into Spanish

14. “Be Good at Doing Good” by Paul Bellows (non-fiction self-help): Paul presents his principles for business strategic planning, growth, and long-term development. Manuscript completed and book in production

15. “Praying the Proverbs: Discovering the Power of God’s Word and Spoken Prayers” by Christine Ellis (memoir and inspirational non-fiction): Born in Haiti during a hurricane, Christine recounts her journey growing in Haiti, immigrating to the U.S., and building her life and business in America, experiencing triumphs and overcoming challenge as she learned to trust in God and pray and speak the truths of the Bible in her life. Manuscript completed and being marketed to traditional publishers

I also co-authored a non-fiction book with Meg Villanueva entitled “A City and a Church Rise Together.” Commissioned by 4Tucson, this book details Tucson’s Christian history from the arrival of Father Kino to the present, showing how today’s Tucsonans can become a part of His ongoing story. This book has yet to be published by 4Tucson.

Completed book projects

Since 2013, Adam Colwell has edited or ghostwritten 20 book manuscripts from creation to completion. Some have been or are awaiting marketing to traditional publishing houses (TPH), others have been self-published by the author (SPA), and 12 have been self-published through the Adam Colwell’s WriteWorks imprint.

1. “Jesus’ Surprising Strategy” by David Drum (inspirational non-fiction, ACWW 2013) Second printing and Spanish printing in 2014
2. “Life Palette” by Dr. Jeffrey Allen Love (inspirational non-fiction, ACWW 2013)
3. “Biblical Portraits” by Meg Villanueva (poetry and short story, SPA, 2013)
4. “Pieces of Me” by Rachel Lewis (young adult memoir, TPH, 2014)
5. “My Climb” by Wendy Lynn Larson (memoir, leukemia survivor, ACWW 2014)
6. “Getting Unstuck: 7 Steps to Freedom” by Lee Escobedo (inspirational non-fiction, SPA, 2015)
7. “Cancer with Grace” by Jacquelyn Murray (memoir, cancer survivor, ACWW 2015)
8. “Wooden Angel: The Guardian” by Peggy Bayless Gustave (literary fiction, ACWW 2015)
9. “No Blossoms on the Pistachio Trees” by Peggy Bayless Gustave (contemporary fiction, ACWW 2015)
10. “God’s Lemonade Stand: 101 Sips to Refresh Your Soul” by Becky Juett Miller (devotional, SPA, 2016)
11. “Our Believing Brethren” by Frederick Adams (inspirational non-fiction, SPA, 2016)
12. “Christian Character: Remade in the Image of God. Volume 1” by Frank Martin (inspirational non-fiction, ACWW 2016)
13. “I’m Accepted! WALKing the Journey from Freedom to Rejection” by Holland B. Nance (inspirational non-fiction, SPA, 2016)
14. “Unmasking the Masquerade: Three Illusionists Investigate Deception, Fear, and the Supernatural” by Rod Robison, Dr. Toby A. Travis, and Adrian Van Vactor (inspirational non-fiction, SPA, 2016)
15. “Wooden Angel: The Gift” by Peggy Bayless Gustave (literary fiction, ACWW 2016)
16. “Pure Power! Spirit-led Ministry for Spirit-starved People” by Moe Redding with Adam Colwell (inspirational non-fiction, ACWW, 2017)
17. “Prayer Flash! Snapshots of Abundant Living” by Sheri Lynn Riley (inspirational non-fiction, SPA, 2017)
18. “If It Was Easy, Jesus Wouldn’t Have Prayed For It” by David Drum (inspirational non-fiction, ACWW, 2017)
19. “Redeeming Relationships: Healing the Brokenhearted” by John O’Hair (inspirational non-fiction, ACWW, 2017)
20. “Creative: Designing Churches That Engage Generations Together” by Zach Yentzer (inspirational non-fiction, ACWW, 2017)


Our Vision

Adam Colwell’s WriteWorks champions proven, caring, and heart-driven writers who are leaders to share their story with words that inspire. We do this through world-class book editing, ghostwriting, and coaching for publishing, marketing, and author platform development. Using a proven system of one-on-one interaction that strategically equips and inspires writers to achieve more than they could by themselves, they are able to complete, promote, and sell their book to reach more people and pursue their goals.

We also provide writer coaching in a variety of disciplines including fiction and non-fiction, writing for non-profit organizations, and the essentials of starting a writing business – and help national and international non-profit organizations proclaim their mission through donor-focused fundraising and inspirational writing such as devotionals.

Request your FREE consulting appointment with Adam to discuss your book or writing / project needs