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Comments from Authors/Publishers

218 Comments from Authors/Publishers

'This was the first award I entered so I wasn't sure about the process, but Edward was very helpful and got my book to his reading group the next day! I now have feedback from my target audience and it's really helpful for when the next books come out. I'm happy that I entered the awards as it has given me comments and feedback that I may not have known about otherwise.'

Jessica Turnbull, author of Elemental Dragons

"The Wishing Shelf Awards are an invaluable way to get your books into the hands of the people who matter - real readers, who might not have come across them otherwise. Then their insightful feedback, in the form of a review, encourages yet more readers to take a look. I'd recommend it to any indie author - I'll certainly be back!"

L R Hay, Writers' Guild award winner; author of JOSEPH'S BOY and JAIRUS'S GIRL

'The Wishing Shelf Awards stand out amidst a plethora of book awards based upon the professionalism with which all details of the contest are managed, as well as the insightful feedback provided to entrants.'

John Leifer, author of 8 Seconds to Midnight

'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

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