PRLog - March 4, 2014 - INDIANAPOLIS -- Searching for Lincoln's Ghost By Barbara J. Dzikowski Was Selected As A B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree
Barbara J. Dzikowski is pleased to announce that "Searching for Lincoln's Ghost" is a 2013 B.R.A.G. Medallion honoree! The Book Readers Appreciation Group bestows this honor on less than 15% of books submitted. B.R.A.G. Medallion (www.bragmedallion.com)
Searching For Lincoln's Ghost
Author: Barbara J. Dzikowski
Publisher: Wiara Books
Genre: Historical/Young Adult
Searching for Lincoln's Ghost is a story about coming-of-age during the tumultuous 1960s, exploring such disturbing topics as personal isolation, fear and depression, bullying, social and racial intolerance. Peppered with Lincoln folklore and history, it is a timeless tale of the power of love, empathy, and how the actions of one person can profoundly impact another.
Searching for Lincoln’s Ghost is available in both print and ebook format.
"Searching for Lincoln's Ghost by Barbara J. Dzikowski is a riveting story that most readers will be able to relate to on some level. Dzikowski does a fabulous job with the combination of a history lesson and digging into issues relevant to our times." - “Judge, Writer's Digest 21st Annual Self-Published Book Awards
"In her first novel, Dzikowski has
created a world complete enough to transport the reader back in time and a spunky protagonist whose emotional journey breaks the heart. Dzikowski’s poignant, engrossing historical novel vividly parallels the last brutal days of segregation with the experiences of a small town girl coming of age in a racist society." -Kirkus Review
About The Author:
Barbara J. Dzikowski earned an undergraduate degree in philosophy and a graduate degree in counseling from Indiana University. These areas of study fuel her desire to create fiction that closely examines the human heart and its complex search for love and meaning. Fascinated by the passion, idealism, and lost hope of the 1960s, she is putting the finishing touches on her second novel about two families struggling with the changes and uncertainties of that decade, with a particular focus on the cataclysmic year of 1968.
For more information, review copies, or interviews please contact:
Barbara J. Dzikowski