Announcing the 2020 Journey Book Awards Long Listers!
Do you want to learn more about going from Book to FILM? Or Bookbub? Or Voice Driven Technology and the Future of Publishing? Or Writing Craft? Or How to Improve Your Productivity? If so, take a look at this VCAC Recap and check out the opportunity to watch the videos if you missed the Chanticleer Virtual Conference.
This is the official announcement of the 2019 Journey Book Awards for Narrative Non-Fiction, Memoirs and Biographies, a division of the CIBAs, First Place Category Winners, and the Journey Grand Prize Winner. Congratulations to all! The 2019 Journey Book Awards were presented by Janice Ellis, Ph.D., Grand Prize Winner in the 2018 Journey Awards.
A QUEST for TEARS: Surviving Traumatic Brain Injury by Seán Dwyer – Memoir, Traumatic Brain Injury, Inspirational
A positive affirmation of the human spirit, focusing on the ability to learn and adapt when faced with the unique challenges brought on by sudden brain injury — a powerful and inspiring read.
We are deeply honored to announce the 2018 Winners of the Chanticleer International Book Awards (The CIBAs). The winners were recognized at the annual Chanticleer Authors Conference and Awards Banquet Ceremony.
Romance, typhoons, and exotic scenery highlight this exceptional sea-faring memoir about love and surviving loss by Pacific Northwest author, Theresa Mathews.
GESTALT as a WAY of LIFE: Awareness Practices as Taught by Gestalt Therapy Founders and Their Followers by Cyndy Sheldon – Gestalt, Self-Help, Psychotherapy, TA & NLP
A fine introduction to the Gestalt movement and a gentle method for applying it to your life. A WIN on two levels!
MY DEAR WIFE and CHILDREN: CIVIL WAR LETTERS FROM a 2nd MINNESOTA VOLUNTEER by Nick K. Adams – Civil War Memoir, Family Letters
An intimate historical record of the realities of war seen through the sometimes tear-dimmed eyes of a Civil War soldier to his beloved wife and children.
Fire Call! Sounding the Alarm to Save Our Vanishing Volunteers by George De Vault – Memoir/Fire Science
Readers will be thrilled and at times chilled by this up-close view of the sacrifice, guts, and skill displayed on an everyday basis by volunteer firefighters who perform their duties with no thought of recognition or reward.
The Breast is History: An Intimate Memoir of Breast Cancer by Bronwyn Hope – Inspirational Non-Fiction
The author does not shy away from tough issues. She displays a secure knowledge of many complex medications and their effects and side effects. By detailing how her illness progressed, she provides a guideline for others.