Nashville, TN-Owner of Life-Line Worldwide, Jason Hollis is working on his first book about Marriage. In his own words, Jason Hollis had this to say about the new book “This book started around four years ago when God placed on my heart to write about the subject of marriage; before you get married this is what you need to know. Everything started there and with the busyness of life time was going by without getting anything done with the book. I’m finally starting in 2016 to really get it into book writing and the whole creative process of it. It is definitely a journey to really rack my brain thinking back to the first few years of marriage and really pinpoint the problems that my wife and I had; then sharing them with the world. It’s a big step to share about your own life, but I pray that this book will speak to many people of all ages about the need for good communication, intimacy, and above everything else having a relationship with your spouse that is moving forward into where God is calling the both of us. We are learning to hear God clearly and know His voice for ourselves and our marriage.” There are plans to have the book published as well as have an audio version of the book when it is completed. The workng title so far is “Marriage: The Story Of Love…Expect The Unexpected” it will have some amazing stories from friends and family as well as Jason Hollis’ own testimony about walking through the fires of life to get to the other side in marriage. This book is written from a man who has been broken, had an encounter with God, and has a marriage that is a continual work in process but has been redeemed by the blood of Christ.
Nashville, TN-Jason Hollis the owner of Life-Line Worldwide Music Publishing through BMI has been hard at work on a new batch of songs in a wide-range of genres from Country, Pop, Rock, R&B, and Praise & Worship. “My new approach is starting to work; I usually demo out my songs on guitar or keyboard and record them on a digital recording device. Then, head to Red Room Studios to record a basic acoustic track to check the song structure from top to bottom mainly to make adjustments of exactly what I’m hearing in my head. I usually take a bit of time to listen over and over to the song to make sure that I like the lyrics, hook, the story-line, and is it a “hit” in my mind?” I also make sure to listen to everything that’s current out there if it’s Indie or Top 40 not to compare but to make sure that my music isn’t dated-sounding. For instance, when I’m working on an R&B or a Pop song I usually create a rough beat to play to so I get the groove that’s in my head and it makes it a lot easier to create. I had a good friend tell me that if you’re not writing everyday in some form or fashion then you’re not a real songwriter. I took that to heart and now have begun to really push harder and hone my creative process to go farther than I ever have before.