|Tyndale House announces new health imprint|
|Monday, 09 August 2021 10:51 AM America/New_York|
Tyndale House Publishers announces the launch of Tyndale Refresh, a new imprint focusing on books that promote health and well-being in all aspects of life, drawing on the expertise of top researchers as well as experts and practitioners in medicine, science, psychology, religion, nutrition, fitness and lifestyle improvement. The new imprint’s tagline is: Think well. Live well. Be well.
The first Tyndale Refresh books will release in fall 2021, with authors including Danielle Walker, a New York Times bestselling cookbook author (Against All Grain, Meals Made Simple, Celebrations and Eat What You Love), health advocate and self-trained chef. Her upcoming memoir, Food Saved Me, shares the full story of her journey to finding life again through the healing power of food.
Dr. Michael Guillen, a physicist, bestselling author, former Harvard University physics instructor, former ABC News science editor and also former atheist is also launching a new book, Believing Is Seeing, with Tyndale Refresh this fall.
“We are creating Tyndale Refresh because we believe it’s important and possible to live a life of balanced physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being,” said Jan Long Harris, executive publisher of nonfiction. “For that reason, it’s important to stay on top of the latest expert knowledge about health, wellness, and science. Tyndale Refresh books will appeal to readers who are intelligent, curious, health-conscious, and open to how Christian spirituality can enhance overall well-being.”
The imprint anticipates the release of six to eight titles a year, including those by popular authors such as Daniel Amen, M.D.; Curt Thompson, M.D.; Stephen Arterburn and Alisa Keeton, which were previously published under Tyndale Momentum and will be rebranded with Tyndale Refresh when reprinted. CR