People Stuff wins Book of the Year!

My latest book has been awarded Book of the Year! Writing a book is a long solo journey, until it is released like an uncaged bird to the winds. While we have a book in its developing stage, it’s in our hands, still a hope and a promise. Letting it go we wish it well. To be recognised by one’s peers for having produced something remarkable, something notable, is never the objective

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