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May’s Literary Successes

Welcome to our monthly spotlight on the success stories of our Tellwell authors, highlighting their journeys to acclaim through book awards and five-star reviews!


Tellwell author Terry Eissfeldt and his book, Anna Wells and the Mystery of the Dusty Duchess, received a 2024 International Impact Book Award in the Mystery and Detective Stories for Young Adults category!

Spinning On A Barstool by Glenda Toews has been recognized with a Silver Award in the category of Overall Grand Prize Non-Fiction by Reader Views!


Peter Gribble’s book Quickening received a glowing five-star book review from Reader Views!

“Quickening” is a perfect conclusion to The City of the Magicians trilogy. Peter Gribble showcases his wonderful talent for writing epic fantasies in this amazing adventure. Fans will enjoy the complex plot, engaging characters, political machinations, and magical elements. This is a must-read for fans who enjoy sophisticated sagas.

-Reader Views Book Review

It’s a 5-star review for A Day at the Waterhole by James Marck from Reader’s View!

The author has used a lot of words, and some of them are large, “magnifique,” for example. So, I would consider it best suited for kids aged seven and up (it’s labeled for ages 5 through 12). But overall, young readers who like highly engaging picture books with positive, meaningful lessons will likely find this jungle excursion interesting, enjoyable, and worth reading again and again.

-Reader Views Kids Book Review

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