Page Turner Awards is delighted to announce our 2023 Best Book Cover Shortlist, shown in random order!
Please join us in congratulating these rising stars by leaving them a comment at the bottom of their finalist submission. Click 'see more' to read their submission. See all our 2023 Award Winners!
Andrew Hussey for "Any Trout About?"
Andy is the founder of Muddy Little Boots Publishing and is author of two children's paperback books currently. A graphic designer by trade, he decided to create Muddy Little Boots publishing during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown (2020) as a means of creating something positive from this distressing
Grace Blair for "Einstein's Compass a YA Time Traveler Adventure"
Grace Blair is an award-winning author who describes herself as “a prime example of someone who pulled herself up by her bootstraps and took notes along the way.” When she turned to writing, she authors books where her characters are tested battling the darkness vs the light. Throughout her adult
Christer Lende for "The Beast Hunters Blood Oath"
Christer Lende is an Award Winning author who began writing in a library, which sounds fitting, only he was supposed to be there working on his engineering degree. He is a professional screenwriter, working with the Norwegian movie producer behind “One Love”, “Who Killed Birgitte” and “All about my
Phil Johnson for "Run to the Blue"
Hi, I’m Phil, a former radio and TV reporter/producer in the UK, writing as PN Johnson. My debut novel, Killer in the Crowd was published in 2022 by Burning Chair Publishing, London. It was a Finalist in these awards. My second, Run to the Blue! is published on April 14th. My third novel has been
Jan Foster for "Destiny Awaiting"
By day, Jan juggles consultancy work with her family, but by night she sneaks off, into the past. Her penchant for sprinkling history with magic is fueled by coffee and Cadburys. When not writing, Jan takes her dogs and small monsters into the countryside, especially if there is a castle or historic
Frederick Douglass Reynolds Reynolds for "Blac, White, And Gray All Over; A Black Man's Odyssey In Life And Law Enforcement"
Frederick Douglass Reynolds is a retired Black LA County Sheriffs Department Homicide Sergeant. He was born in Rocky Mount, Virginia and, grew up in Detroit, Michigan where he became a petty criminal and was involved in gangs. He joined the US Marine Corps in 1979 to escape the life of crime that he