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Book Excellence Awards: Welcoming a Tale that Emphasizes a Small Nation’s Identity Amidst Economical Struggles

Book Excellence Award paves the path for Kurt Carlson in sharing his wondrous coming-of-age tale focusing on recognizing the struggles of a small nation in their development towards becoming globally competitive.

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“Pacific Paradise” by Kurt Carlson
“Pacific Paradise” by Kurt Carlson

Book Excellence Award is an international awards competition that opens opportunities for both authors and publishers concerning publicity and marketing. Selecting only a few from numerous literary works submitted, the chosen books are guaranteed to receive its full aid in terms of marketing support and resources that will improve book sales and increase readership.
Pearson Media Group urges author Kurt Carlson to participate in this year’s competition with his coming-of-age book, Pacific Paradise.” It follows the growth of a small island-nation and the story of a young girl in the path of finding herself.
Sumonajob is a tiny paradise amongst the mighty countries that exist in the planet. For something so small to fight its way to be noticed, the citizens of the place must learn to broaden their views of the world beyond their shores.
The president’s daughter finds herself in the middle of this development. In Mimi’s effort to aid her people, she finds herself tangled with an American businessman, Jason Richards. This sets her on a journey of self-discovery that might bring chaos to her land, or to her heart, if she does not tread carefully.
Be it the selfish political campaigns of men, or the passionate hearts of individuals, or even the simplest conflict of interest in a traditional island, Carlson’s “Pacific Paradise” is an enjoyable read that will surely stir your mind and soul.
“Pacific Paradise”
Written by Kurt Carlson
Published by Page Publishing, Inc.
Publication Date: October 31, 2019
Paperback: $19.95
About the Author:
Kurt Carlson was born and raised on Long Island, New York.  He spent 20 years in the U. S. Air Force, 14 of which were spent in the Pacific Theater of Operations.  Carlson was stationed in the Philippines, Thailand and Okinawa, Japan.  It was while in Okinawa that the idea for this story developed.  The island of Sumonajob resembles Okinawa while the people are a mixture of the various people Carlson met along the way.

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