Turner Publishing is pleased to announce that Nina Romano’s The Secret Language of Women (9781630269074) is a finalist in Foreword Reviews’ 2015 IndieFab Book of the Year Awards.
According to the Foreword Reviews website, the INDIEFAB Awards are a yearly way to shine “a light on a select group of indie publishers, university presses, and self-published authors whose work stands out from the crowd.” A panel of volunteers will judge the finalists and Foreword Reviews will announce the winners at the American Library Association Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida in June.
The Secret Language of Women is the first book in Romano’s Wayfarer Trilogy, and is a love story set against the backdrop of the Boxer war – an era infused with superstition, history, and exotic customs. The story explores the universal themes of love and the atrocities of war, affirming that even in the face of tragedy, enduring love brings hope. The second book of the Wayfarer series, Lemon Blossoms, was released in February 2016, and the series’ final installment, In America, will release in July 2016.
“It is our goal to publish the brightest voices and most engaging stories, so we are thrilled that Nina Romano’s The Secret Language of Women has received this recognition for being an influential work in independent publishing,” said Todd Bottorff, President and Publisher for Turner Publishing.
To read more about The Secret Language of Women, please visit http://www.turnerpublishing.com/books/detail/the-secret-language-of-women
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