Janice S. Ellis, M.A., M.A., Ph.D., a native daughter of Mississippi, grew up on a small cotton farm and came of age during the height of the Civil Rights Movement and the Women’s Liberation Movement. This multiple award-winning author shares her thoughts on how to keep your works relevant and her writing tips.
Part Three – The 2019 Chanticleer International Book Awards Overall Grand Prize Winner, Division Grand Prize and First Place Category Winners – CIBAs
Part 3 and the Final Installment of the 2019 Chanticleer Int'l Book Awards Announcements that honor and recognize the 17 Divisions of the Winners and the Overall Best Book for the 2019 CIBAs Grand Prize Winner.
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.
HENRY: A Polish Swimmer’s True Story of Friendship from Auschwitz to America by Katrina Shawver – Jewish Holocaust History, Historical German Biographies, Jewish History
One survivor’s experience in Auschwitz will remind us all of what must never be allowed to happen again. Highly recommended.
KLEE WYCK JOURNAL (The Making of a Wilderness Retreat) by Lou McKee – Small Homes & Cottages, Canadian Exploration History, Pre-Confederation Canada, Pacific Northwest
A magical place of self-discovery to share with your friends and family. Who wouldn’t want to find their very own Klee Wyck? Highly recommended.
NO TOUGHER DUTY, NO GREATER HONOR by GySgt L. Christian Bussler – Iraq War Biographies, Memoir, War Biographies
A true story of war, its aftermath, and what one American soldier decides to do to serve the men and women, and their families, in a most desperate time of need. Highly recommended.
BALL of YARNS – From 87 Years of Worthy Experience by Franklin Ball – Memoir, Americana, Heartwarming Stories
Much in the style of Sam Clemmons, Ball brings us tales of an American life ripe with adventure, passion and ingenuity. Recommended.
The PARROT’S PERCH – A Memoir by Karen Keilt – Memoir, Dysfunctional Families, True Crime Biographies
A daring and intense memoir about the horrors of what happens when corruption infiltrates the highest levels of a governing body. Something we should all pay attention to and be outraged by. Highly recommended.
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.
SOULSTROLLER: Experiencing the weight, whispers, & wings of the world by Kayce Stevens Hughlett – Women’s Biographies, Personal Transformations, Self-Help
An open invitational memoir and enjoyable reading adventure for those open to the idea that we could all benefit by taking our own hearts and souls for a stroll.