Cry of the Rocks: Wonderful Title, equally wonderful story

By  Ruth Finnegan, author of Black Inked Pearl - a girl's quest on 13 August 2017 As much a deeply felt and informed documentary as fiction – but with a great un-put-downable story and characters all the same. Above all the writing is so beautiful, one of the few books, beyond the great ...

Pixie Emslie

Cry of the Rocks wins SA Writers’ Circle Award

Cry of the Rocks by Pixie Emslie has won the South African Writers’ Circle award, the Quo-Vadis Trophy, for the Best Self-Published book of 2012.

The award was made at the annual awards function held at The White House in Hillcrest, KwaZuluNatal. At this occasion writers were honoured for their achievments in writing.

Other award winners included Wendy Greeff for Experienced Writer of the Year, with Jeff Glazier the runner-up. Patrick Coyne and Deena Padayachee shared the award for general success in the world of publishing.  congratulations to all the winners.

Cry of the Rocks is available as a paperback from Kalahari.com, or as an e-book on Kindle, iPad etc.

 

 

 

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About pixie

My second book, His Precious Diamond, launched on 28 July. Follow the link for the youtube video. https://youtu.be/3kDwDVabU4I Available through Amazon, Kindle and book stores, it is perfect holiday reading with romance, fun and sex. My first novel, Cry of the Rocks, won the South African Writers' Circle award for the best self-published book of 2012. Movie director Gray Hofmeyr has a movie option on Cry of the Rocks, and there is a great review in the International Thriller Writers' e-mag, TheBigThrill, January 2014 edition.
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