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206 Comments from Authors/Publishers



'The Wishing Shelf Award was by far the most prestigious and satisfying of the nine awards won by my debut novel, "A line Intersected." International in scope, the Wishing Shelf Awards is run by writers, for writers, and attracts the best writing currently being published. Receiving an award from the Wishing Shelf is a serious accomplishment for any author.'


David Urban, author of A Line Intersected


'The Wishing Shelf Book Awards has exposed my historical fiction to a new European audience. I am excited that a high percentage of the readers stated they would recommend my book to others. For a reasonable fee, this award boosted my morale, encouraged me to continue as a writer, exposed my work to a new audience, and gave me feedback which will strengthen my writing in the future. I cannot recommend the Wishing Shelf Book Awards any more strongly.'

M. B. Gibson, author of AROON, THE DUNCULLEN SAGA


'Greetings from Chicago. I've been so looking forward to this feedback and your readers did not disappoint! 4.5-rating--YAY!!!! Wonderful comments and generous and sincere encouragement which I deeply appreciate. Your readers really "got" the story.'

Sheila M. Cronin, author of Best of All Gifts


'This is one of the best award competitions around because you actually hear back from the readers judging your work. And every author likes to hear from readers!'

Sunshine Somerville, author of Alterni


'In my opinion, the Wishing Shelf Book Awards are both prestigious and invaluable for authors. This is a well-organized competition and if the judges recommend a book, then you can be sure it’s a good read. The readers are a sampling of the book’s targeted audience, so their honest, constructive feedback is important as we strive to improve our craft. In addition, the exposure a book receives once it earns a place in the finals helps boost sales. The Wishing Shelf Book Awards are recognized internationally and strive to help writers become amazing storytellers.'

Mitch Reinhardt, author of The Darkwolf Saga


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