This month's SPOTLIGHT is on the I & I Book Awards for Instruction and Insight. Check out these winning titles in the latest division of the CIBAs - Chanticleer International Book Awards.
A HOME on the SOUTH FORK – An Early History of ACME – A Northwest Washington Community by Margaret A. Hellyer – Pacific Northwest History, Narrative Non-Fiction, Small Town Histories
Old documents, newspapers, diaries, and family lore inform and illuminate a vibrant and fascinating history of a small town in the Pacific Northwest - Acme, in the County of Whatcom, tucked in the South Fork of the Nooksack River. Recommended.
The Instruction & Insight Book Awards for Non-Fiction, Non-Narrative – Grand Prize and First Place Category Winners – CIBAs 2018
We are excited and honored to officially announce the Grand Prize Winner and the First Place Category Winners for the 2018 INSTRUCTION & INSIGHT Book Awards at the annual Chanticleer Authors Conference.
We are excited and honored to officially announce the Grand Prize Winner and the First Place Category Winners for the 2017 JOURNEY Book Awards for Narrative Non-fiction Books at the fifth annual Chanticleer Authors Conference and Chanticleer Book Awards Ceremony.
The first rounds of judging for the 2017 Journey Book Awards for Narrative Non-fiction are complete. These are the titles and their writers who made it passed the first two rounds aka known as the SLUSHING! Congratulations!
WINDS of SKILAK: A Tale of True Grit, True Love and Survival in the Alaskan Wilderness by Bonnie Rose Ward
An engaging and inspiring story ripe for anyone who dreams of a new life or is pondering if she has the courage to take the leap to remote living.
INSIDE: One Woman’s Journey Through the Inside Passage by Susan Marie Conrad – an adventure of mind and body
Eloquent writing, striking photos: an adventure of mind & body and the astounding power and beauty of nature of the PNW.
YISHAR KOACH: FORWARD with STRENGTH – the Story of Shoah Survivor Ferdinand Fragner by Susan Lynn Sloan
An illuminating biography of an amazing man who made a difference to so many people throughout his life.
Boating season begins in the Pacific Northwest on the first Saturday in May, a tradition which goes back to the 1920's. To celebrate, we thought we would offer you this superb reading list of true story boating adventures by local northwest authors.
A story set in the 1970’s that provides remarkable insight into the lives of a family exploring the open ocean and discovering new cultures and people.