70 Years of American Captivity has won the 2017 Book Excellence Awards Social/Political Change category. “The Book Excellence Awards celebrate effort, dedication and creativity among traditional and self-published authors. In winning the award for the Social/Political Change category, 70 Years of American Captivity has been recognized for its high quality design and writing, and its overall market appeal.”
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As a Finalist in the category of Law, 70 Years of American Captivity rose to the top from over 2,000 other entries in American Book Fest’s 2017 Best Book Awards. In its 15th year, authors and their books from mainstream as well as independent publishers all vied for the a attention of a panel of distinguished industry judges who brought editorial, PR, marketing and design expertise to select books from all around the United States.
70 Years of American Captivity is a double-award Finalist in the 2017 Independent Author Network’s BOTY Awards. The Independent Author Network receives thousands of entries from authors all around the world. By receiving Finalist awards in both General Non-Fiction and History, Chris Meier’s 70 Years of American Captivity, gives its readers versatility and depth. History, biography and current events, all tell the story of America’s secret cohesiveness; and, how to access that strength today in the midst of upheaval, bringing stability and prosperity for all.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR – Chris Meier is an ordained minister, pastor, author and guest speaker. She has written three other books. You can contact her here for speaking, book readings and signings here by hitting the contact button.
70 Years of American Captivity is out now through TellWell Publishing (RRP $29.99) and available through Amazon.