"Once Upon a Mulberry Field" by C. L. Hoang Wins Gold Medal Award for Historical Literature Fiction in Dan Poynter's 2014 Global Ebook Awards
San Diego, CA, September 05, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- San Diego author C. L. Hoang receives recognition for his debut novel "Once Upon a Mulberry Field," a love story during the Vietnam War published in February this year by Willow Stream Publishing.
The Fourth Annual Global Ebook Awards pronounced "Once Upon a Mulberry Field" by C. L. Hoang the Gold Medal Winner in Historical Literature Fiction (Contemporary).
This is one of the biggest eBook awards, organized by Dan Poynter and decided by a panel of 200 judges ranging from book bloggers to book reviewers, librarians, book club & reading circle members, publicists, book shepherds, as well as professional critics and subject-matter experts in the category they prefer.
Dan Poynter is a well-respected authority in the publishing industry who has authored more than 130 books and has received numerous awards over his long career. Since 1979, his book "The Self-Publishing Manual" and its subsequent editions have been considered by many independent authors as the bible of self-publishing.
Set at Bien-Hoa Air Base near Saigon in 1967, the height of the Vietnam War and the Tet Offensive, as well as decades afterward, "Once Upon a Mulberry Field" follows one man's journey of self-discovery, fraught with disillusionment and despair but ultimately redeemed by the power of love.
Prior to being announced the Gold Medal Winner of the 2014 Global Ebook Awards, "Once Upon a Mulberry Field" had also been named the Fiction Grand Prize Winner in the 2014 Annual Book Contest sponsored by LuckyCinda Publishing in Palm Desert, California as well as a Finalist (for Historical Fiction) in the 2014 National Indie Excellence Book Awards out of Los Angeles, California.
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