"Secret Blood" Draws Top Award from London Book Festival

LONDON – End-times thriller Secret Blood by Don Stansberry has been named Winner in the Wild Card category of the London Book Festival, which honors the best of international publishing.

Entries are judged on these criteria: general excellence and the author’s passion for telling a good story and the potential of the work to gain a wider audience in the worldwide market.

Winners and honorable mentions in the competition will be honored at a dinner held Jan. 24, 2013, at the British Library in London.

Secret Blood was named Finalist in the E-Book: Mystery/Thriller/Adventure category of the International Book Awards earlier this year.

To see the London Book Festival winners, click here

This book and other Headline titles are available from your favorite local and online bookstores and at HeadlineBooks.com

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Lewisburg Literary Festival

Lewisburg Literary Festival
from the Register-Herald
August 4, 2012

Cathy Teets, president of Headline Books Inc., one of the many publishing houses represented in the Town Square, said she expected 10 of her company’s authors to be available for book signings on a rotating basis throughout the two-day event.

“All but two of the authors we’ll have here are from West Virginia,” Teets proudly noted, adding, “And all of them are award winners.”

Among Headline’s authors are novelist Don Stansberry, poet Barbara Smith and Rick Robinson, whose suspense thriller “Writ of Mandamus” was a grand prize winner in this year’s London Book Festival.  Read more