The World Book Awards has been celebrating literary excellence for several years and has established itself as a prestigious award and as a valuable promotional tool for up-and-coming authors.
“As these important yearly accolades continue to grow in stature, I can tell you that the benefits from this prestigious recognition are immeasurable. Increased visibility and sales; gravitas as an author (and in my case, as an independent scribe); and the inevitable opportunity to continue to write a second book in the “Forgotten Hollywood” book series are the obvious advantages. Not so obvious, but just as important, is the joy of becoming aware of your literary peers, which puts the whole challenge in the proper perspective.”
- Manny Pacheco
Author of Forgotten Hollywood, Forgotten History
“Winning a World Book Award has many satisfactions in addition to the award itself. First, the pride of winning and the excitement and admiration of friends and family. Second, the ability to show the book and the award to potential buyers to increase sales. Third, the positive impact on the literary world, which will increase your status for future publications.”
- Dr. Don Stoltz
author of Classroom Times: Charactoons and Rhymes