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Author Spotlight

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    Christine Korb

    Healing through Music: PageTurner Shines the Spotlight on Music Therapist
    Music is her lifelong passion, thus it’s no surprise that Christine Korb, an authority in music therapy, writes a book about a topic that is close to her—a book on music therapy. This award-winning author of PageTurner Press and Media had critics cast favorable reviews on her book The Music Therapy Profession: Inspiring Health, Wellness, and Joy.

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    Fiore Ai

    Fiore Ai has created a spectacular union of visual and literary art. Having spent three years at Akademie der Bildende Kuesente, she garnered the commendation of her advisor who expressed she had exemplary character and persistence. This propelled her to further her studies in American, where she was inspired by the color-field and hard-edge geometric abstraction of American art. She chronicles her development as an artist in her book and aspires to flourish with art that enthralls and inspires fellow artists and connoisseurs.

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    Raymond Klein

    Raymond Klein lived his life pursuing his number 1 passion, photography. His unwavering passion in the craft led him to various experimentations on the subject. The books he published under PageTurner’s banner reflected his fascination with the world and how it was translated through his lenses.

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    Natsuya Uesugi

    Award-winning cyberpunk author and master of technothrillers, Natsuya Uesugi is a multidisciplinary artist whose expertise in computer and information technology was presented through his grydscaen series. Natsuya’s well-reviewed grydscaen series was set in a dystopian world, people by technologically enthused characters and showed how technology can be used for good as well as evil.

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    Robert Maxxim

    The vastness of the universe and his profound and out-of-this-world experience was what made Cuban migrant Robert Maxxim share his experience through fiction. His Legacy series brings readers to Mars, where his characters embodied the different human struggles between good and evil and right and wrong.

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    Terry Boucher

    His inspiration for Christmas Peas comes mainly from his two daughters who love princesses and musicals. His desire to raise them as kind and strong Christian women led Terry to write about heroes who have to dig deep to find inner strength to overcome challenges and fulfill their purpose. He wants his stories to serve as good examples for his daughters, to ingrain in them the timeless values of honesty, perseverance, and complete trust in God.

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Prizewinning Authors

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Diana Gillmor

Diana Gillmor, one of PageTurner’s prizewinning authors, never envisioned herself taking the role of a family historian. But when the opportunity arose, this celebrated interior designer went all-out in narrating her grandparents’ story amidst the turmoil of the times in her book 1946: A True Story of Wealth, Extraordinary Success and Great Tragedy. This touching narrative of her grandparents’ lives won the hearts of many, winning for itself the 2021 Pacific Book Awards’ Best Biography category.

Book Awards

For this year’s Pacific Book Awards, PageTurner’s authors gained nods from the critics. The winning pack was led by Stanley D. Rainbow who won Best Philosophy and Best Spirituality for his book God Inspired Quotations and Understanding. Other winners include Diana Gillmor’s 1946 (Best Biography), T. Steele Petry’s Little Abbey and Her Animals (Best Children’s Picture Book for 6), Robert J. O’keefe’s Liberty and the Wall of Separation between Church and State (Best Current Events and Politics), Subhash S. Naik’s The Earth in Custody (Best Education), and Christine Korb’s The Music Therapy Profession (Best Reference).

The finalists include Terry Boucher for Christmas Peas and Princesses (Best Children’s Book), Joann Klusmeyer’s Treasure Chest (Coming of Age), Jean Anderson’s Nurturing from Afar (Best Memoir), J. Henry Warren’s Made in America 2.0 (Best Non-Fiction), and Summer Bozohora’s Soul Side Out (Best Spirituality and Best Self-Help).

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