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Books from Diverse Voices
Welcome to Two Sisters Writing & Publishing®. We specialize in books that are against-the-odds success stories, memoirs, business books, poetry collections, and provocative novels. We publish inspirational books that have uplifting messages. Our goal is to publish books that align with our philosophy of equality, justice, diversity, inclusion, and women’s and gender empowerment. We do not publish: horror, violence, any messages of hate, crime exposés, or topics that don’t vibe with our be-the-change mission. We’d love to help you find a great book to read, write your book, and/or publish your book.
We handle every detail to bring your book into the world, providing a personalized publishing experience for you and your book. As a “hybrid” publishing company, we provide a fusion of self-publishing and traditional publishing; you hire us to finesse all the minutiae and sometimes-mysterious steps involved in book publishing. All of our authors retain ownership rights of their books. We provide a personalized service for ordering books throughout the lifetime of your book.
We help coaches, speakers, and people with great stories to make their book dreams a reality. Writers receive structure and guidance along every step of the journey. Whether you are just getting started or are committed to completing your book in as little as six months, join us in a private or group setting.
Since we opened our figurative doors in 2016, we have been holding monthly writing contests. Our calls for submissions have ranged from themed contests (magical realism, romance, etc.) to diverse voices to erotica and more. Our winning stories are published on our website and featured in our annual international anthology called Sea Castle.
Latest Winning StoriesSee all stories
“Pyrite” by Hally WintersWe didn’t know where to put most things, like the room our grandma died in, like the bed our grandma
“Chicken Wire Wings” by Siobhan ManriqueHer mother was deep in her early afternoon slumber but managed to give an unconcerned grunt.
“The House on Sheridan Drive” by Scott BesseneckerThe door was unlocked, which was a terrific disappointment. If you’re going to sneak into a place, you want to
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New ReleasesSee all stories
Nun BetterWhat happens when two women commit to serving the Catholic Church as nuns—Brides of Christ, taking vows of chastity—but fall
New Medicine for a New MillenniumA memoir reflecting on a Black female physician's life, career, and vision for better medical care in the future.
Die StandingHis image—holding a rifle on the steps of the Washington state capitol building—is one of the most iconic photographs from
Memoirs of an Eccentric AngelShe survived the deadly MGM casino fire in Las Vegas… a train wreck… a car crash with a truck on