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Comments from Authors/Publishers



250 Comments from Authors/Publishers



'I want to say a massive thank you to the Wishing Shelf Book Awards for affording me the opportunity to get my book, Love Everlasting, out into the public forum. I would recommend this connection to any self-published author.'

Chris Bakos, author of Love Everlasting


"Many thanks to The Wishing Shelf Book Awards staff. My book entitled 'Maddy's Wings' was read and judged by 21 people in The 2018 Awards review process. Becoming a finalist gave me a real boost. The authentic feedback from the group judges is valuable to an author. I highly recommend The Wishing Shelf Awards for exposure and meaningful feedback."

Jan Porter, author of Maddy's Wings


'Infants of the Brush was read and judged by 23 people in The Wishing Shelf Book Awards review process. With the wide exposure and meaningful comments, the contest is a great value and a worthwhile experience.'

A. M. Watson, author of Infants of the Brush


'The Wishing Shelf Book Awards puts your book into the hands of 20 readers of varying backgrounds. Feedback is candid and kind. It's incredible value and visibility for the small entry fee.
Would definitely enter again and read the winners.'

Thomas M. Barron, author of Bocas


'The Wishing Shelf Book Awards is far and away the most useful and most bang-for-your-buck book awards that I have encountered. With the other guys, you send your money into their nebulous black box and, unless you win, you'll never know how you did. The Wishing Shelf, on the other hand, is extremely transparent about their process. It is fueled by a bunch of volunteer readers. You are kept informed every step of the way, and you'll get much more feedback about how your book was received. And there's a fun online community of writers with the awards at the center where you can see what other authors are up to and get useful tips on just about anything writing-related. If you enter only one book award, make it this one.'

Robbie Mahair, author of Orc Road Trip


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