The JOURNEY Book Awards recognize emerging new talent and outstanding Narrative Non-fiction works. The JOURNEY Book Awards is a division of the Chanticleer Book Reviews International Book Awards.
Chanticleer Reviews International Book Awards also offers Non-Fiction Book Awards focusing on Instruction and Insight, Guides, How-To, and Self-help. Click here for more information.
The following titles and their authors have made it past the initial “Slush-Pile Rounds” and will compete in the next rounds to see which titles will be Short Listed for the 2017 Journey Book Awards.
Good Luck to All!
- Kari Rhyan – Standby for Broadcast
- Patricia Walkow – The War Within, the Story of Josef
- Marilynne Eucgubger – Lives of Museum Junkies
- Roni McFadden – The Longest Trail
- Theresa Mathews – Fishing With Hyenas
- Bruce Rettig – Refraction
- Karen Elizabeth Lee – The Full Catastrophe: A Memoir
- Pattie Welek Hall – A Mother’s Dance: One Step Back, Two Steps Forward, Full Circle
- Alice Grant Bingner – Some Steps Back in Time
- Dennis P Freed – Love Loss and Awakening
- Donna LeClair/Emma Baker – Immunity
- Susan Marie Conrad – Inside: One Woman’s Journey Through the Inside Passage
- Judith Works – Coins in the Fountain
- Valerie Gardener – Chapunza: Witch doctor, Ax-In-Head and Pink Baboons, Memoir of a Nurse in the African Bush
- Lou Lesko – The Ghost of Communism
- W. Hock Hochheim – Don’t Even Think About It
- Dr. Scot Hodkiewicz – Getting to Heaven By Going Through Hell
- Tommy Donovan – The Rail: What Was Really Doin’ in the 60’s Bronx
- Deeann Callis Graham – Head-On, Stories of Alopecia
- Kevin M Maher – No Couches in Korea
- Rachel Thompson – Broken Places: a Memoir
- Frank Iszak – Freedom Flight
- Joseph William Simmons – Dirty Motel Shenanigans
These titles will compete to be SHORT LISTED in the next rounds.
We are accepting entries into the 2018 Journey Book Awards for Narrative Non-fiction works.
To compete in the 2018 Journey Awards or for more information, please click here.
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