Information about FAPA’s annual President’s Book Awards
On August 4, the Florida Authors & Publishers Association awarded its prestigious annual President?s Book Awards for the best books of 2017 and the first half of 2018 submitted nationally by authors and publishers. The event, which took place at the Hilton Orlando Buena Vista Palace, recognized outstanding books by awarding gold, silver, or bronze medals.
Meet D.G. Stern, FAPA member, 2017 Silver FAPA Book Awards medalist, graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School. In addition to vintage car racing, basket weaving (no kidding) fills any empty moments.
I am a slow-poke reader and a snail?s-pace writer interested in how we evolve as human beings. Curiosity, if I were a cat, would have killed me by now.
Romance novelist, FAPA member and 2017 President’s Book Awards Medalist, C.L. Hunter, is prepping the third book in her award-winning Soul Mate series, Our Souls Entwined, for release later this year.
Award-winning author, Brenda M. Spaulding, is a prolific writer with seven children?s books and five adult novels to her credit. She has her own micro-publishing company, Heritage Publishing.US.
Award-winning entrepreneur and author Connie Rankin wrote this inspirational book, God Gave Us Wings, to share the wisdom and experience of 10 amazing women.
Each week, we feature four of the 2017 FAPA President’s Book Awards medalists. This week we are featuring Bette Lee Crosby,?Curtis Inabinett, Jr., Katrina Kusa, and a mother-daughter writing team, Megan Pitts and Vicki Shankwitz.
Meet Member Robert Hogg, Jr., a Tennessean in every form of the word, the author of The Untold Story: Preparation for Life After a Sports Career, and a 2017 Book Awards Medalist.
The FAPA President?s Book Awards Committee is pleased to announce the 2017 Medalists for Autobiography/Memoir. This year?s medalists are Misadventures of a Happy Heart by Amy Quincy, Undertow by Charlene Edge, A Royal Love Revealed by Corrine Sharpe, Raising David Again by M A Appleby, Finding Heaven in the Dark by William Ingram, The 143rd in Iraq by Marc Youngquist, Injecting Change by Bridget Long, and The Step by Martha Lemasters.