Entrant's Stories

Read about some of our writers and authors and how they have pursued their writing goals. Several of their stories have been featured in the media.

Lisa Lepki

Local businesswoman, Lisa Lepki, who is Head of Marketing at ProWritingAid, is supporting an exciting initiative, The Page Turner Awards, to help new authors get their stories out into the world.

The Page Turner Awards, sponsored by ProWritingAid, will change writing careers. Two different awards

Sci-Fi Mum Hopes For A Film Deal

Kay Bowser from Plattsmouth, Nebraska, United States is hoping a film scout will discover her Sci-Fi, Dystopian and Futuristic eBook, The Serum Genesis.
 
Kay has entered the Page Turner Awards, sponsored by ProWritingAid, allows writers of published and unpublished fiction and non-fiction from

Lowestoft housewife Tells Little Known Historical Story of British Fighting in the Pacific

Lowestoft housewife, Victoria Short, is hoping to be discovered as a writer with her historical fiction stories The Forgotten Fleet and Puddles Through Time.

Victoria has entered the Page Turner Awards, where published and unpublished fiction and non-fiction from all genres can enter their

Michael Gerhartz

Author, Michael Gerhartz from Cape Breton Island, Canada has entered his Crime Suspense Thriller, Dark Times into the Page Turner eBook Award.

Hoping to win an Audiobook Production consisting or one of the other prizes for authors and writers in the £20K prize fund, Michael has entered the Page

Ex Belly Dancer Pens Story of Hope and Laughter

Local mum, Kerrie Noor from Adrishaig is hoping to be discovered as a writer with her humorous story for women, Three Angry Women and A Baby.

Kerrie has entered the Page Turner Awards, where published and unpublished fiction and non-fiction from all genres can enter their writing to get

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David entered the Page Turner Awards, where published and unpublished fiction and non-fiction writers of all genres can enter

Paula Sheridan, Founder of Page Turner Awards

Paula Wynne is the Founder of Page Turner Awards. Here Paula explains why she set up the awards and what she aims to achieve.

After winning The People’s Book Prize for my debut novel The Grotto’s Secret awarded to me by the ‘jackal’ himself, Fredrick Forsyth, I started looking for more awards to

Get Published with Page Turner Awards

The Page Turner Awards, sponsored by ProWritingAid, will change writing careers. Two different awards, the Writing Award and the eBook Award, aim to help writers and authors to get discovered.

The Page Turner Writing Award offers writers and authors the chance to enter the first 10 pages of a

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

ProWritingAid Editing Software

Online computing has transformed how writers get their stories out into the world. While internet companies face huge pressures to meet rising demand for online services, ProWritingAid offers writers, at the click of a button, instant access to an online editor.

ProWritingAid is revolutionizing

Forensic Psychologist Hopes For A Film Deal

Prudence S Thomas from Birmingham is hoping a film scout will discover her Fantasy eBook, The Path to Horn Cottage: A Cunning Folk Mystery.

Prudence has entered the Page Turner Awards, where published and unpublished fiction and non-fiction from all genres can enter their writing to get

Will Lockdown Produce More Writing Talent?

A new survey of writers has yielded powerful evidence that writers have been more resilient to the impact of lockdown. Whether we see the next big literary success story or not, we are on track to see a flurry of new books, unlike new film and TV content where productions have stalled. With book

Halima Khatun

Mum of two, Halima Khatun, from Stockport, Greater Manchester is hoping to be discovered as a writer with her humorous story for women, The Secret Diary of an Arranged Marriage.
 
Khatun has entered the Page Turner Awards, where published and unpublished fiction and non-fiction from all genres can

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

Larae Mitchell

Local grandmother, Larae Mitchell from Minatare, Nebraska, is hoping to be discovered as a writer with her Fantasy story, Nerida Kai: Sad Blessings.

Larae has entered the Page Turner Awards, where published and unpublished fiction and non-fiction from all genres can enter their writing to get

St Albans woman Pens Psychological Thriller About Pivoting Lives

St Albans woman, Nikki Vallance is hoping to be discovered as a writer with her psychological thriller debut novel Pivotal.

Nikki has entered the Page Turner Awards, where published and unpublished fiction and non-fiction from all genres can enter their writing to get discovered by high-profile

Moving To Colorado Inspires Care Home Cook

Writer, Travis Guberud from Englewood, Colorado, is hoping to be discovered as a writer with his Fantasy story, Namirith.

Travis has entered the Page Turner Awards, where published and unpublished fiction and non-fiction from all genres can enter their writing to get discovered by high-profile

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

Local Man Pens Roguish Thriller “Reminiscent of Hemingway”


John Righten from Brighton is hoping a film scout will discover his crime suspense thriller, Heartbreak.
 
Righten has entered the Page Turner Awards, where authors of published and unpublished fiction and non-fiction from all genres can enter their writing for the chance to be discovered by

Local Dad Pens Kids Story and Hopes For A Publishing Deal

Stuart Kilroy, from Thatcham writing under the pen name of S.D. Kilroy, is hoping a literary agent will discover his children’s fantasy adventure, Power Up!

Kilroy has entered the Page Turner Awards, where published and unpublished fiction and non-fiction from all genres can enter their writing