2020 Award Winners' Stories

Congratulations to our 2020 eBook Winners and our 2020 Writing Award winners! Please join us in congratulating them and wishing them well in their writing journey. You can leave comments at the bottom of their profile. Mark Stibbe won the Fiction Writing Award and Elizabeth Goodhue won the Non-Fiction Writing Award. David Hay won the Fiction eBook Award and Robert Barry won the Non-Fiction eBook Award.

David Hay, author of The Wisdom and the Wise

David Hay from Stockton-on-Tees has been announced as the winner of the Page Turner Awards eBook Fiction Award for his contemporary humour novel, The Wisdom of the Wise.
 
David entered the Page Turner Awards, where published and unpublished fiction and non-fiction writers of all genres can enter

Mark Stibbe Wins Prestigious Writing Award

Mark Stibbe, from Folkestone in Kent, has been announced as the winner of the Page Turner Awards Fiction Writing Award for his manuscript, A Book in Time, and he’s also been offered literary representation by London literary agent, Yasmin Kane.

From abandoned baby to vicar to rising-star author

Robert Barry Author of "The Truth - The Biggest Cover-Up In History"

Robert Barry from Kilkenny in Ireland has been announced as the winner of the Page Turner Awards eBook Non-Fiction Award for his eBook, The Truth - The Biggest Cover-Up in History.
    
Robert is a chemical engineer and European patent attorney who worked in the UK for fifteen years before

Elizabeth Goodhue, author of The Truth About Down Syndrome

Elizabeth Goodhue, from Peterborough, in the United States has been announced as the winner of the Page Turner Awards Non-Fiction Writing Award for her manuscript The Truth About Down Syndrome: Lessons Learned from Raising a Son with Trisomy-21.

Elizabeth entered the Page Turner Awards, where