AuthorHouse Good News Update – Spring 2017

We’re only a third of the way through 2017, and already the AuthorHouse community of authors has racked up an impressive amount of recognition and accolades! Let’s take a look at our writers’ achievements so far this year, and hear about their self-publishing experience in their own words!

 

Recent Awards and Achievements

 

Agaba Samuel Rujumba

Agaba Samuel Rujumba

Victoria M. Howard, the author of Kentucky Horse Park: Paradise Found, has been interviewed three times on television (including MSN’s Live TV) to talk about her book… and shows no sign of slowing down any time soon!

 

Foreword Reviews called Agaba Samuel Rujumba’s Story Time at Hanwel “a one-of-a-kind compilation of moral tales for children of all ages and descriptions.”

 

Award-winning author Nazehran Jose Ahmad appeared on Malaysia’s Vbuzz program to talk about his self-published book The Michelangelo Code.

 

Chase Anderson, an elementary school student (!) from West Virginia, raised over $12,000 for charity through sales of his book Stomper the Elephant.

 

Victoria M. Howard

Victoria M. Howard

South Africa’s Marius C. van Rensburg was the recipient of a Blueink starred review for The Dilemma of Being Chosen, his first self-published book.

 

Testimonials

 

“I’ve self-published 15 books over the past ten years. To me, writing books it is like getting a tattoo—once you get one you want another. Self-publishing has become my career and life, and working with AuthorHouse has been a joy.” – Victoria M. Howard (Kentucky Horse Park: Paradise Found)

 

“I was able to design the book exactly how I wanted it. That included the scenes I wanted to have pictures for, the layout, the cover, and the size of the book.” – Chase Anderson (Stomper the Elephant)

 

“I loved every part of this process, from designing the book cover to working with the editing team. Knowing that my words are exactly my thoughts put onto the paper is such a sense of accomplishment.” – Fabianna Marie (Fabulously Fighting)

 

Carolyn Breckinridge

Carolyn Breckinridge

“It’s fun and worthwhile to be the captain of one’s own ship. And every one of my contacts at AuthorHouse has been extremely professional, helpful, and supportive. The books themselves look great. For me, the self-publishing process has been a very good experience.” – Carolyn Breckinridge (Tuscaloosa Boneyard and Tuscaloosa Moon)

 

Readers, all these great titles (and many more) are available in the AuthorHouse Bookstore. Congratulations to all of our featured authors!

 

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Nazehran Jose Ahmad on Malaysia’s Vbuzz program

Nazehran Jose Ahmad on Malaysia’s Vbuzz program

 

 

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