WHAT THE AUTHORS SAY


’I am so proud to have had my books chosen as a finalist for two consecutive years. The feedback its always helpful and I love to hear from real people who read and enjoy the books and best of all our Character Zuma the Dog.’

Samantha Bertish, author of Zuma the Dog



’Thanks for the opportunity to enter The Wishing Shelf Awards. The entry fee was very reasonable and for not much more, I appreciated being able to get the option of obtaining reader feedback, a catchy quote, and having a review posted to amazon u.k, amazon.com, as well as good reads. All are very valuable to an author. I shall remember Wishing Shelf awards for my next book and have no trouble recommending the event to other authors seeking worthwhile contests to enter. I only wish I had won! But getting selected as a Finalist wasn’t bad either! Thank you!!’

S.J. Francis, Author of Shattered Lies



’It was wonderful and very encouraging to read all the comments. I hope it encourages some more people to read my book!:) The whole process of entering your competition was very exiting.. not only for me, but my whole family!’

Sally Alce, author of Do You Dream of Dinosaurs



’The Wishing Shelf Independent Book Awards is an extremely detailed and supportive competition with many layers of benefits to each contestant.  As a writer in the early part of my career, I have found the promotion and the critiques extremely valuable for the books that I entered, as well as future books currently in the works.  I highly recommend the whole experience to new, intermediate and seasoned writers.’

Regan Macaulay, author of Beverlee Beaz the Brown Burmese



’I am greatly honored to have received an award from the Wishing Shelf Book Award. 
To think that children loved this book is heartwarming. In my opinion, children are the toughest critics.
They can be frank and quite straightfoward, even painfully so. I know. I have four of the sharpest "critics" at home.
I do highly value Wishing Shelf Book Awards with its schools of children. Their smiles towards this book encourages me to keep on publishing. Yes. I do write for my boys. They are my primary audience. But the Wishing Shelf Book Award showed me that there are so many other children who do laugh and smile as they read  the books too. I am humbled and grateful to receive this award. I thank everyone sincerely. And thank you, Wishing Shelf Book Award.’

Miss Anna, the author of The Number Story 1 / The Number Story 2





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