Richard Blomberg | Terror Never Sleeps wins national book award.
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Terror Never Sleeps wins national book award.

Terror Never Sleeps win national book award

22 May Terror Never Sleeps wins national book award.

  • The National Indie Excellence® Awards exist to help establish independent publishing as a strong and proud facet of theNIEAseal-2014-Finalist-VSM publishing industry. Recognizing authors that put their heart and soul into their work, the National Indie Excellence® Awards is proud to be a champion of self-publishers and small and independent presses that go the extra mile to produce books of excellence in every aspect. Awarded since 2007, the National Indie Excellence® Awards competition is judged by independent experts from all aspects of the indie book industry, including publishers, writers, editors, book cover designers and professional copywriters. Finalists are determined based on overall excellence of presentation in addition to the writing. “We are proud to announce the finalists whose books truly embody the excellence that this award was created to celebrate, and we salute you all for your fine work, said National Indie Excellence® Awards Award President & CEO, Ellen Reid.   For more information please visit: www.indieexcellence.com

 

There’s a rule of the road on the backpacking trail that applies to life; people climbing uphill have the right-of-way. Going downhill is easy. Starting takes no effort at all. In fact it takes energy not to move. That’s how life is for many. Everything is going their way. They have it all. If you’re cruising down hill, step aside and pull someone up, don’t mow them down.

Living an uphill life is another matter. Believe me, I’ve been there. Getting going is hard enough, and if someone gets in your way, you might just quit. You’re hungry, tired, sick, poor, oppressed and alone. You may be exhausted, but don’t give up. You’ll never get to the top of the mountain if you don’t keep pushing on.

That’s my dream—that people would lend a helping hand to one another.

Like the lyrics of John Lennon’s Imagine—You may say I’m a dreamer. But I’m not the only one. I hope someday you’ll join us. And the world will live as one.

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