Amazon Publishing announced the launch of a Christian imprint that will specialize in faith-based nonfiction and fiction. Titles from the new imprint, Waterfall Press, will be published by Brilliance Publishing, a division of Amazon. The first title from the press, The Four Best Places to Live by Mark Buchanan, will release next month.

Other titles on the launch list include When You Need a Miracle by Cherie Hill (April), a successful self-published author, and The Quiet Revolution by Jay Hein (June). Hein was director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives under President George W. Bush. Waterfall will also publish shorter content, including Billy Graham (April) by the editors of the magazine Christianity Today.

Several of the books on the launch list will be published in collaboration with Christianity Today. Editorial oversight for Waterfall Press will be led by Tammy Faxel, whose experience in Christian publishing includes prior posts at Tyndale House Publishers and Oasis Audio.