This is the official announcement of the 2019 GOETHE Book Awards for , a division of the CIBAs, First Place Category Winners and the GOETHE Grand Prize Winner. Congratulations to all! The 2019 GOETHE Book Awards were presented by Kaylin McFarren, CLUE Grand Prize Winner 2017.
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And the Winners are…Chanticleerians take home the Tellables Holiday Box of Chocolates Stories Contest
Engaging Readers with Voice-Driven Devices. This Tellables' Box of Chocolates writing contest challenged authors to write a “double chocolate” story for the Holidays using the Tellables voice app on Amazon Alexa. Here are the prize winners along with how to listen to their prize-winning stories on your voice assistant device.
PJ Devlin, Elana Mugdan, Kelly Abell, and Janet K Shawgo won cash prizes and promotions from Tellables for their Halloween stories and they are helping to pioneer a whole new way of engaging readers and audiences. All Treats. No Tricks!
A rewarding, coming-of-age novel set in the summer of 1969, where one girl discovers what it means to accept herself and those around her. Dynamic and powerful.
WISSAHICKON SOULS: A Wissahickon Creek Story (Vol. 1) by PJ Devlin – U.S. Historical Fiction, African American Fiction, African American Romance
Set in the early 19th century when trains are new and steamboats rule, here is a story of racism, slavery, and the chance two souls have to change their world.
We feel that the sentiment expressed by the Pre-Raphaelite movement exemplifies what inspires many authors to pick up their proverbial pens to express their emotions and their observations of the visceral dynamics of living.