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The Moving Words Awards

Introducing our first: THE MOVING WORDS AWARDS

On January 4, 2021, we will be awarding two grand prizes: The Most Moving Novel Book and The Most Moving Inspirational Book. These two authors will receive publishing and marketing services worth $4,000. I know it’s not much but I guess it’s a good start where we give special recognition to authors who have poured over their time, efforts and talent to come up with a moving book.

How does it work?

1. Interested authors who firmly believe that their books have the moving content will submit the PDF files or Microsoft documents of their books. Just fill up the form below and attach the said file.

The questions is… What does it take for your book to be considered as Moving? The answer is simple. As long as you, yourself, the author, intensely feel that the message of your book can move and galvanize readers’ minds and hearts, then you have it what takes.

Check our interesting entries here who have joined so far.

2. There’s a $175 payment per book title. Part of it will be used to pay for our seasoned professional reviewers… Your book will be thoroughly read. Thereafter, the reviewer will write a non-biased and honest critique. Along with the book cover and link to purchase, the book review will be posted on our website and Facebook. So while waiting for the announcement of the winner, this is good exposure of your book to our followers which could possibly lead to book sales on your end. You can also use this review in your other marketing activities to give you more credibility.

The Moving Words 2021 Awards

Inclusions: 1. Professional Review of your book. 2. Exposure of your review at themovingwords.com and our Facebook page along with the book cover and link to purchase. 3. Chance to win The Moving Words 2021 Award.

$175.00

(We’re partnering with PayPal, one of the most trusted and secured payment processors in the world. )

Whether the review is positive, negative, mixed or neutral, this is still good publicity for your book compared to no one is talking about it. You need professional assessment of how you did with your written works as this will be a learning tool for you, if you need to improve your craft or be more confident in investing further in marketing your book.

3. Deadline will be on Dec. 21, 2020. The announcement of the two grand winners will be posted here on our website and Facebook on Jan. 4, 2021. Then we will contact the two authors on how their prizes will be fulfilled.

Our company stands true to its name, The Moving Words. We believe that authors are one of the most powerful persons in this world. When their writings have become evolved in the sense of inspiring humanity to move in a better position whether personally, socially, politically or spiritually, then I, myself, given the chance to meet them, would bow down in deep respect and admiration.

We need more evolved authors nowadays especially in these trying times where we search for answers in order to be guided to tread the right path. When we are in the right path, I tell you, we realize it’s so beautiful to live in this world.

– CEO, The Moving Words

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The Moving Words Reviews

Critics in the book industry are essential in building up the credibility of an author. Because of their honest and non-biased review, sometimes if not often, their remarks could either make or break an author’s confidence to penetrate the competitive world of books. However, if an author would constructively take the criticism, if negative, and see the silver lining, then everything will be on the right track towards success. But what if the author receives an admiring review? It could be the starting point where the door of opportunities will flow.

See below and click on the links of the book titles to read the full reviews we did for their books. These are our official entries for THE MOVING WORDS 2021 AWARDS.

Melvine Groves: Workbook for Basic Phonics: Words & Reading for Pre-K1 to Complement Other Educational Programs “The one unique aspect of this workbook is the author’s use of color to help maintain the attention of the students.

Kitty McCaffrey: Raising Charlie: A Self Help Book for Single Mothers “This is an interesting and impressive book to read especially for single mothers who want to learn from the experience of Kitty, a single mother herself.”

Melba K. Wiggins: Creating an Atmosphere for the Promises of God “All in all, ‘Creating an Atmosphere for the Promises of God’ is a reliable guidebook and highly recommended for spiritual enlightenment.”

Dale Parry: Dondobee or The Adventures of a Leolian Elf “The storyline is simple yet intriguing. It not only entertains readers but the narrative strikes them at various levels.”

Garret Thomas Godwin: Chasing Quetzalcoatl to the American Dream “Trick’s story, albeit fictional, serves as a great way to shine a light on our own life choices and decisions, how we are molded by them and how life itself has a way of guiding us through God.”

H. Ann Ackroyd: Slaves, Masters, & Traders “With the issue of racism brought to the forefront in the current times, I’ll recommend everyone to it a read. This book completely consumed me emotionally and is an experience in itself. It is going to stay with me forever.”

H. Ann Ackroyd: Colonial Adventure and Other Stories “The narrative is moving and pivotal. The author not only has thoroughly researched on the topic but also has immense knowledge and understanding of it which reflects in her writing.

D L Davies: Cuauhtémoc: Descending Eagle “The story is engaging and extremely entertaining. The author David Davies has an impeccable hold over his craft and knows his art of story telling.”

Ryke Leigh Douglas: The Tale of Tumeleng “I recommend ‘The Tale of Tumeleng’ as it is a great book for you to think about the importance of bravery and how it is ok for children to be afraid, but with the strength of family and friends they can overcome it.”

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