The Journey Awards recognizes new and emerging talent in the genre of Narrative Non-Fiction. It is a division of the Chanticleer Book Reviews Blue Ribbon Writing Competitions.
There are nine sub-categories for the Journey Awards for Narrative Non-Fiction.
Congratulations are in order to the following authors whose works have made it out of the slush pile and past the first round of judging. These works will go on to compete for First Place Category Winner for their respective categories within the 2014 Journey Awards for Narrative Non-Fiction. First Place Category Winners receive a competitive prize package including: shelf talkers, digital award badges, stickers, a complimentary book review and more.
Soviet Letters by Michael Schneiderstein
One Thousand Days in the Asylum by Shanny Nadudvary
Coulda, Woulda, Shouda: a Mother’s Lessons, Learnings, and Insights from Her Daughter’s Battle with Cancer by Kenna P. Marriott
Thwarted Escape: A Journey of Migrant Trails and Returns by Lopa Banerjee
Five Thousand Brothers in Law: Love in Angola Prison by Shannon Hager
Caregiving Our Loved Ones by Nanette Davis
Once Upon a Road Trip by Angela N. Blount
The Breast is History: An Intimate History of Breast Cancer by Bronwyn Hope
Private Svoboda: Hope is the Last to Die by Steven Roberts
Horse Vet; Chronicles of a Mobile Veterinarian by Courtney S. Diehl, DVM
Three Day Rule by Jack L.Cooper
Moroccan Musings by Anne B. Barriault
Waking Reality by Donna LeClair
CURBChek Reload by Zach Fortier
Bread and Butter: a Memoir and Recipes From a Writer’s Hearth by Jane Ward
The Accidental Teacher: Life Lessons from My Silent Son – an Autism Memoir by Annie Lubliner Lehmann
Entry into the 2015 Journey Awards is now open. The deadline is February 28, 2015.