We congratulate our winning authors!
Island Whispers, by Megan Wong, was a finalist in the Young Author category (written by under age 25).
Island Whispers is a YA Fantasy set on a magical island where an angel, demon, vampire, and merperson fight to save their world.
A Call to China by Jeffrey Meyer, was a finalist in the overall design category.
This beautiful debut novel is also Silver Winner in the 2018 Benjamin Franklin Book Award and Finalist in the 2019 National Indie Excellence Awards for historical fiction.
Clown William by Robin Elno, was a finalist in the novella category (17-40k words).
The Clown William series is also a Silver Winner in the 2018 Independent Publisher Book Awards and Winner/Finalist in the 2019 National Indie Excellence Awards for Best First Book, Best Series, and Western Fiction, respectively.
Author Megan Wong loves creating worlds filled with magic and sharing stories that need to be told. She is currently an undergraduate student majoring in psychology with a minor in creative writing at North Carolina State University.
Connect with the author on Facebook @islandwhispersmw and follow her blog.
A professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte for thirty-five years, the author, Jeffrey Meyer, taught Asian religions in the Religious Studies department, with a focus on Buddhism and Daoism. He is married with three grown children, currently living in Davidson, North Carolina. A Call to China is his first novel.
Follow Jeffrey Meyer's Blog on Goodreads.
Robin Elno is a retired army colonel, semiretired psychiatrist, and full-time author. He lives in San Antonio, Texas, where he is an active member of the San Antonio Writers' Guild. Elno’s novels are often set against true historical backdrops like the Wild West. Follow the author at amazon.com.
Clown William and the Lincoln County War is now available and Clown William and the Wind of Vengeance, book three in the series is coming soon.