Ringturn wins the April People's Book Prize

Rinturn wins the April People's Book Prize

Ringturn, the science fiction novel of off-world human colonisation by the talented writer John C Mawson has won the April 2010 People's Book Prize.

The People's Book Prize is a national competition that aims to discover talented authors and is voted for entirely by members of the public.

The Competition runs 3 categories, Fiction, non-fiction and children's books and each month a novel with the most votes is awarded the winner for that month and goes forward as a finalist in the annual People's book prize Awards. The annual award is presented this year on the 21st July 2010 at "The Stationers' & Newspaper Makers' Company" on
Ave Maria Lane in London.

Amongst the other competitors for both April and May is the William Pascoe novel Nemesis Ex Nihilo (another great read and the first in a two part series.)

Science fiction and fantasy would like to extend their congratulations to John and wish him every success in the final. In the meantime voting is still open for May, you can vote by visiting the website The People's Book Prize.