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Next up: Aaron the Different  -- A Story of Courage, Belonging, and Acceptance by Etty Burk IPA24 Distinguished Favorite Childrens: Inspirational/Motivational  *  Nurse Florence Series by Michael Dow  *  The Roots that Clutch by Beth Ann Hooper Winner in Book Cover Design AND Distinguished Favorite in World Literature  *  Exploring Wine Regions - California Central Coast by Michael C. Higgins, PhD Three category Winner


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The Roots that Clutch

Independent Press Award: GAB TALKS with Beth Ann Hooper

A hauntingly true tale, embarks on a 21-year journey alongside Jane, a budding scholar. Through her PhD research on the literary giants T.S. Eliot and Ezra Pound, a shocking discovery unravels: her grandmother's hidden affair with another titan of American Modernism, William Carlos Williams.

Nurse Florence®, Tell Me About the Lungs

Independent Press Award: GAB TALKS with Michael Dow

The Nurse Florence® book series provides quality medical information for children.
Dow says by introducing young kids to correct terminology and science concepts, we can increase our children’s health literacy level and even prepare them for courses and jobs in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

Broken Water: An Extraordinary True Story

Independent Press Award: GAB TALKS with Barbara Lane

Barbara Lane speaks with the GAB TALKS about 11 sisters who navigated through a childhood filled with abuse, neglect, and separation in the foster care system.

Love And Murder The Final Days of Vincent van Gogh

NYC Big Book Award: GAB TALKS with Dr. Irv Arenberg

Love and Murder, answers the questions of how, why, and where Vincent van Gogh was murdered and how a brilliant cover up of the murder was accomplished by the persons of interest using the false narrative of a suicide as a martyr for his art.

Valter of Salt Lake City

NYC Big Book Award: GAB TALKS with Elaine Bapis

Bapis shares her five plus years collaboration with Valter on this beautifully illustrated coffee-table book, wonderful historical context prose, and includes over 50 recipes.

Emerging From the Dark...The Untold Stories

NYC Big Book Award: GAB TALKS with Terence Ang

Ang highlights post-stroke life in an interesting, unique, and powerful way. A stroke survivor himself, Ang, shares his courageous spirit, grit, and determination to build a life…
What can you gain after losing so much?

MEN-IN-THE-MIDDLE: Conversations to Gain Momentum with Gender Equity's Silent Majority

NYC Big Book Award: GAB TALKS with Kori Reed

Reed interviews corporate America's men about gender equity in the workplace & invites men and women to cultivate conversations to move gender equity forward in a new inclusive way.

Nine Days

NYC Big Book Award: GAB TALKS with Judy Lannon

Based on a true story, Judy Lannon recreates a fictional account of a daughter spending time with her mother during the last nine days of her life.

A Path to Excellence

NYC Big Book Award: GAB TALKS with Tony Jeton Selimi

Inside, you’ll join #1 bestselling, award-winning author, Tony Jeton Selimi,, as he reveals a proven path to achieving the highest levels of personal and professional excellence.

Living While Human

NYC Big Book Award: GAB TALKS with Arwinder Kaur

In this high speed world, and conflicting messages, Kaur asks how do we live in the world without destroying it? Kaur believes the answer lies in where we can create a deeper connection with ourselves, others, and the earth.

A Long Time Dead

Independent Press Award: GAB TALKS with T.L. Bequette, author of A Long Time Dead

T.L. Bequette is a criminal defense attorney in Oakland, California. Most of his practice involves defending those accused of murder. He holds degrees from The University of the Pacific and Georgetown Law School and serves annually on faculty of the Stanford Law School Trial Advocacy Clinic.


Independent Press Award: GAB TALKS with Todd Wade, author of Cybercrime, publisher BCS

Improve and protect yourself from cybercrime. Todd Wade is a Chief Information Security Officer with 20+ years experience in cyber risk management and technical operational leadership.

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