Brad Graber is our third APW member who won an award at the National Federation of Press Women Communications Contest. After winning first place in the At-large contest, Brad’s entry, Boca by Moonlight won honorable mention at the national level in the category “Fiction for adult readers.”
Congratulations, Brad, for your work being recognized at the national level! We are proud of you!
Brad Graber was the second of three First Place winners from APW in the At-large division of the NFPW 2021 Communications Contest!’
Boca by Moonlight won first place in the category “Fiction for adult readers.”
Brad’s book will go on to the national level of judging. National award winners will receive a Certificate of Achievement at the NFPW National Communications Conference Awards banquet to be held in Fargo, ND June 23-25 plus be recognized at our state conference on May 14. Entries from 18 states, the District of Columbia and Spain competed in the At-large division.
Brad is the afternoon speaker at our State Conference. His talk is ” THE STORIES WE TELL OURSELVES: THE IMPORTANCE OF SHIFTING OUR MINDSET.” Find out how his tips could help you create an award-winning book too! Click on the tab above or go to https://arizonaprofessionalwriters.org/2022-apw-state-conference/
Brad Graber writes novels because he grew up in a family where no one listened to him – so he made up stories about them. He is the award-winning author of The Intersect, After the Fall, and a collection of essays, What’s That Growing in My Sour Cream? Boca by Moonlight is Brad’s latest novel. He also writes a humor blog: There, I Said It!
Brad lives in Phoenix with his husband, Jeff. For more information on Brad, check out his website at: www.bradgraber.com
Announcing: Boca by Moonlight
Author of the award-winning novels The Intersect and After the Fall
Collection of Essays: What’s That Growing in My Sour Cream? Humorous Observations on Modern Life
Monthly Blog: There, I Said It!
APW BOOK GROUP
Meeting via Zoom fourth Saturday of every month at 10 AM.
Contact: Karen Shiffman Lateiner, firstname.lastname@example.org, 973-997-7204
Mission: To support each other as authors (and authors in progress) by reading each other’s books, reviewing them on Amazon and/or Goodreads, and discussing them at our meeting.