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May 28, 2015 / peoplesbookprize

The People’s Book Prize 6th Award Ceremony and winners…

The public have chosen Britain’s next best selling authors.  Five winners emerged triumphant  at
the 6th Awards Ceremony of The People’s Book Prize black tie dinner at Stationers’ Hall last night.
The ceremony was broadcast ‘live’ by SKY NEWS the glamorous event celebrated the finalists and winners chosen by the public.

TPBP Best Achievement Award
How Have I Cheated Death? Tim Wotton published by Austen Macauley

A story of triumph over adversity, this compelling chronicle, the first book written by a CF sufferer at 40, offers hope and inspiration, demonstrating what cannot be cured needs to be endured.

TPBP Beryl Bainbridge Award for Best First Time Author
Children’s Poetry by Primary School Children published by Poems and Pictures Ltd

This poetry book is a result of a national initiative. The children have written poems about ‘Teamwork/Friendship’ or ‘Fears/Phobias’. Christina Gabbi, wanted a writing initiative that children of all abilities could have an opportunity to take part in, with the chance of having their work published.

Darke Mission by Scott Caladon published by Troubador Publishing Ltd

Darke Mission follows a grisly maze of treachery, murder and revenge. JJ Darke, lone parent, former spy, is blackmailed by an unscrupulous politician. Darke is forced to lead an audacious heist into the heart of North Korea. Family, friends and colleagues are dragged into a mire of deceit and danger. 

Grumpy Old Menopause by Carol E Wyer published by Safkhet Publishing

Have you started to write post-it notes with your kids’ names on them? Do you need to change your underwear after every sneeze? Guess it’s time to read this book then. It’ll help you get through “that” time in your life with a spring in your step and a smile on your face.

Bernard by Rob Jones published by Beast in Show Books

Bernard is the tale of a misunderstood wild hound. Feared by local villagers who believe he wishes to eat them… All Bernard really wants to get his jaws around is a jar of strawberry jam! With striking 4-colour illustrations and easy to follow rhyming prose, Bernard is perfect for pre-schoolers.

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