2010 Citizen Book Prize Winner: The Serialized ‘The Discoveries of Whispish’ by Justin Germ

27 Jan

Hey guys and girls, my good friend, Justin Germishuys, is promoting his novel (which won the 2010 The Citizen Book Prize) with the help of The Citizen newspaper. šŸ™‚

Check out the details over at Justin Germ’s Scriptorium, but what you can expect, starting today, is a serialization of Justin’s novel, The Discoveries of Whispish – and not only do you get to read the novel that won the prize, but you get to see Justin’s illustrations – the first is a dragon. šŸ™‚

So head on out to your corner cafe or supermarket and pick up a copy of today’s The Citizen and check out the CitiVibe section and get ready for a couple of laughs as you fall into this charming tale; you can also check out the first part of the serialization on The Citizen’s website – here’s the link. šŸ™‚

There’ll be a new piece to read every Thursday and if you miss it, you can catch up over at Justin’s blog; either way, you’ve got some great reading ahead of you. šŸ™‚



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Posted by on January 27, 2011 in Announcements


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One response to “2010 Citizen Book Prize Winner: The Serialized ‘The Discoveries of Whispish’ by Justin Germ

  1. M.T.Clark Jr.

    July 23, 2011 at 7:15 am

    This is an inspiring site. Thankful I found it. Great blogs and awesome book previews. Keep doing your thing Dave and much respect to Justin Germ for winning the 2010 Citizen Book Prize competition.


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