The North Pole Press Announces Two New Awards for Author Joe Moore
Joe Moore international author for The North Pole Press has won the Holiday category for his newly released, The Christmas Eve Journey. Moore also took Finalist honors for his suspense/thriller Revenge of the Birds also released in June of th
Told in similar rhyme and cadence to the original, this poem and its illustrations will bring an entirely new tradition to your home for Christmas. This version is meant to enhance and modernize the previous telling, while it enthralls and teaches the meaning behind the blessed holiday.
Moore writing in numerous genres also took "Finalist" award honors in the Suspense-thriller category. His nail-biting book, Revenge of the Birds, which is the new sequel to his already popular Return of the Birds, won this distinction.
Moore received the five awards in just the last two years. Earlier this year he won the Purple Dragonfly Award from Story Monsters Ink for his children's book, Sarah Buttons, Master Doll Maker. Moore has won winner and finalist awards in four different literary genres including children's books (age 3-6), young-adult, holiday reads, and suspense.
In addition to becoming the next Christmastime reading tradition, The Christmas Eve Journey will soon be broadcast over radio stations across the country. Moore, who is a professional Santa when he is not writing, narrated the book as Santa Claus for broadcast. The new CD to accompany the book will be available the beginning of September from The North Pole Press.
About The North Pole Press:
Based out of Maryville, TN, The North Pole Press (NPP) began publishing in 2011. NPP printed its first novel through Lightning Source, a division of Ingram Content Group in LaVergne, Tennessee. NPP offers a selection of award-winning books in a variety of genres including Christmas books, suspense-thrillers, children's books, Christian family reads, and young adult for readers. NPP also offers multiple formats including hardcover, paperback, digital, and now audiobooks. All publications and samples are available at the NPP website, http://thenorthpolepress.com.
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