Page Turner Awards is delighted to announce our 2022 Best Written Genres!
See all our 2022 Award Winners
John Kitchen for "You Can't do that here, Horatius Scapula"
Biography John Kitchen was born and grew up in Cornwall. He graduated from London University, where he was awarded a distinction for creative writing as part of his English degree. He taught in Cornwall, Worcestershire and Oxfordshire, writing plays and musicals for the children to perform. John
Susea Spray for "A Big Blue Boat Is Out On The Brine"
As a child, Susea was always engrossed in a book. It really wasn’t surprising when she chose lower primary for her career. A retired classroom teacher who majored in English and Children's Literature, Susea spent 23 years making literacy learning fun for her young students. Her favourite time of day
Morag Higgins for "The Engineer"
Hi, I'm Morag Higgins, thank you for taking the time to read my page. I write articles for equestrian magazines and equestrian training books but my real passion is for SciFi and Horror, I absolutely love it, I am a proud Dr Who fanatic (have been all my life and yes I can remember the very first
Maria de Luca for "Prospect Avenue"
I’m a writer in search of an audience. Looking for an agent, a publisher. Oh, and a film producer too. That’d be nice. My flash fiction story, BE WITH YOU AGAIN, was a finalist at the West Atlantic Writing Awards in summer 2021. My screenplay, WOODEN HEART, was a finalist at the London International
Michael Bowe for "The Enduring Echo Of Words Unsaid"
In 2020, Michael Bowe's second novel, The Weight of a Moment, won the American Fiction Award for Literary Fiction. A graduate of Georgetown University and a recipient of a Master of Business Administration (MBA), Mr. Bowe is an accomplished businessman, entrepreneur, investor, and novelist, and a
Deb Campbell for "The Trouble with Trees"
Since 2020 I've been lucky enough to have had two stories make the Page Turner Awards longlist and be a finalist. And to have been chosen as a finalist for a third time is absolutely amazing. The idea for my latest submission grew from time spent in a local woodland during lockdown and was written
Graciela Kenig for "The Plans They Made"
Graciela Kenig is an accomplished writer with extensive experience as a features journalist, online forum contributor and career columnist. Her book, BEST CAREERS FOR BILINGUAL LATINOS, 1998 McGraw-Hill, is still relevant today. Her trajectory in Communications includes Media and Public Relations
Lois Kennis for "Rise on Eagle's Wings"
Lois Kennis is a tenacious writer and avid reader who "writes to stir hearts" with a gleam of hope. Kennis is a 2022 Genesis Contest Semifinalist in American Christian Fiction Writers. In 2021, she was a Writing Award Finalist in the Page Turner Awards. Kennis won the American Christian Fiction
Jane Bond for "Flick-Flack"
In my life I've worked in factories, behind several bars and once ran a livery stable. I spent fifteen years as a software engineer in England, Ireland and Scotland – sorry Wales. In 2007 we moved to France. Now I make jam and sell it on the local markets, which is far less lucrative, but far more
Maureen Patrick for "THE CORSET GIRL"
I am a cultural historian who lives to tell the secret stories of past things, from bustles to bobbin winders. Part of my year is spent in Wales, part in Florida, all in the place where words grow. My short fiction, as Annie R. McEwen, appears on Reedsy.com and in the Hearts Through History (RWA
Kaye Stone for "Sapphire Rain"
SAPPHIRE RAIN, my memoir illustrates how to heal heartache and pain through seven primary phases like trusting intuition and speaking truth. In this inspirational narrative, I revisit my personal experiences of abuse, teenage pregnancy, divorce, and clairvoyance. My story lays the groundwork for
Robert Parkhouse for " One Year, Two Months, Three Weeks and Four Days"
After gaining a Creative Writing (Novel) M.A. from Middlesex University in 2017, I completed my first novel manuscript in 2020. During 2022, I completed the Writing a Novel course from Faber Academy. I am currently working on my second novel. Previously, I have had over fifty articles and short
Krista Vellis for "Amaia's Web"
Krista Vellis holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Arts in Early Childhood Education. Taking a holistic approach to researching her current manuscript, she studied with a psychic, worked as a catechist aide, and learned to read tarot cards. Her short story, Meant to Be, appeared in
JAY JONES for "The Assassin Who Loved Me"
Originally from India, Jay and her husband now live in Worcestershire with their very spoilt cat, Sooty. Lethal Justice, her debut novel, is the first of a planned series. Set against a backdrop of Southampton in England and a fictitious town in India, the book is a fusion of two cultures and
Victoria Brown for "Darling Girl"
Victoria is a writer of sapphic thrillers and women's fiction, based in Cambridge, UK. Her novel, 'Darling Girl', won the 2022 'I Am In Print' thriller competition and a place on the Curtis Brown Creative Advanced Crime and Thriller course. She has had a number of flash fiction pieces published
David Atkinson for "Future Proof"
Hi Everyone, I'm an Edinburgh based writer. My first novel Love Byte was published by Joffe Books and was shortlisted for the Romantic Comedy of the Year by the Romantic Novelist Association (RNA) Subsequently I have written two further novels to date, Squeezed and The Second Life of Nathan Jones
Scott Rose for "Death on the Fells"
I'm an unpublished, aspiring author, with a love for locked room mysteries and boundless imagination. My first full length novel was my first murder mystery story, written for the toughest critics of all - the women of my immediate family - as a Christmas present, thus answering the question; 'what
Shagufta Sharmeen Tania for "The Seed Leaves"
Hello, my name is Shagufta Sharmeen Tania, I’m a native of Bangladesh who has been settled in London since 2005. I initially trained as an architect, before writing became my all consuming passion. I’ve authored two novels, a collection of novellas and four collections of short stories to date; I
Jodie Smith for "Jubilee Bells"
Award-winning author and Mobile Literary Festival founder Jodie Cain Smith spent her childhood exploring the shores of Mobile Bay. She is a graduate of the University of South Alabama and Northern Michigan University because earning a degree on both the southern and northern border happened by
David Aboulafia for "The Heartbreak Hotel"
I am an attorney with a practice in New York. I've published three books through John Hunt Publishing ("JHP,") as well as 13 articles in local and national publications on topics including watchmaking, wheelchair sports, baseball, food & drug law and politics. My first novel, Visions Through a Glass
Kathleen Hannon for "The Confession of Hemingway Jones"
A former Hollywood development executive, working on such films such as "U-571" and "Terminator 3," Kathleen Hannon rotated her North Carolina desk from west-facing to east when the recession hit and wrote her first middle grade novel for her daughters. "Bye for Now: A Wisher's Story" was published