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250 Comments from Authors/Publishers



"Thank you very much for the detailed reader feedback. It's fantastic! Yes, please do post any/all comments on the review sites you mentioned, that's a great help.
And thanks again for managing your book contest with transparency and integrity. I will continue to recommend Wishing Shelf to friends and I look forward to entering my future books."

Ryan Standley, author of To the Top of Greenfield Street


"Thank you! Keep doing what you’re doing, you’re one of the very few awards I recommend writers enter, largely because yours is professional and positive but also because feedback is very helpful no matter how you do!"

Melissa Addey, author of A String of Silver Beads


"I can safely say that The Wishing Shelf has launched my author career in the UK (and you can quote me on that)"

Rae Knightly, author of the 'Ben Archer' books


"This was THE best book award/contest to enter GLOBALLY. No one holds a candle to your professionalism, effort or passion. Thank you."

Megan Fitzgerald, author of Ascending Davos, A career journey from the emergency room to the boardroom


Thank you so very much for the feedback. It's been a thrill to participate in the Wishing Shelf Book Awards and I am greatly honored to be a finalist. The comments you attached warmed my heart -- that children enjoyed my book is my greatest delight.

"I would be pleased to have you post the comments and blurb on the mentioned pages.
All you do to run the awards is enormous work and a marvelous service to independent authors and to the children and teachers who participate in judging the books. What a wonderful learning experience for all of us! Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I am grateful to you and the work you are doing and wish you all the best!"

Valerie L. Egar, author of Oh No! Reindeer Flu!


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