The Chrysalis BREW Project Announces Winners of the 2024 BREW Awards: Celebrating Excellence in Literature, Blogging, and Poetry

Reynella, South Australia, Australia, 2nd May 2024, King NewsWire — The Chrysalis Books, Reviews, and Everything Written (BREW) Project – nicknamed “BREW” – has announced the recent winners of the BREW awards for the year 2024, recognising outstanding achievements in literature, blogging, and poetry. 

Among the standout winners is Jennifer Gasner, who has clinched the prestigious BREW Nonfiction Book Excellence Award Book of the Year among other titles for her compelling work, “My Unexpected Life: Finding Balance Beyond My Diagnosis.” Gasner’s insightful narrative looks into personal transformation and earns accolades for its poignant portrayal of resilience. The book’s win has also entitled its publisher, Acorn Publishing LLC., to receive the Publisher of the Year award. 

Other winners include the following: “Killing Shore: The True Story of Hitler’s U-boats Off the New Jersey Coast” by KA Nelson (New Book, History, Submarines), “Saint Bloodbath” by Frederick Douglass Reynolds (True Crime), “Black On Madison Avenue” by Mark S Robinson (Diversity and Inclusion), “Me Power” by LaNysha T Adams (Nonformal Education), “Delaware Before the Railroads: A Diamond among the States” by Dave Tabler (Local History), “Lasting Transformation: A Guide to Navigating Life’s Journey” by Abby Rosen PhD (Psychology), “Run for My Life” by Joseph P Odonnell (Inspirational), “Fever of Unknown Origin: A True Tale of Medicine, Mystery, and Magic” by Judith Ford (Memoir), and “The Stress Book: Forty-Plus Ways to Manage Stress & Enjoy Your Life” by D Terrence Foster, MD (Health and Wellness). 

The BREW Readers’ Choice Award Book of the Month winners for the past months have showcased exceptional literary prowess. Susan Frances’ “No Going Back” for April, Alisse Lee Goldenberg’s “The Ghost in the Garden” for March, and Mark J. Engels’ “Werecats Emergent” for February have won the hearts and minds of readers with their distinct narratives.

Furthermore, the recipients of the BREW Seal of Excellence, including Felicity Wrangles for “You Are There,” Frederick Douglass Reynolds for “Saint Bloodbath,” and Jennifer Gasner for “My Unexpected Life: Finding Balance Beyond My Diagnosis,” have been acknowledged for receiving 5.0 out of 5 stars in their BREW book reviews signifying their literary excellence.

Meanwhile, the BREW International Blog Award has recognised exceptional platforms for their contributions to various fields. Notable winners include Book Riot for Best Book Blog and Blog of the Quarter, Edutopia for Best Education Blog, The Muse for Best Career Blog, Creative Bloq for Best Design Blog, Sprudge for Best Coffee Blog, Colossal for Best Art Blog, and EW Group Blog for Best Diversity Blog.

As BREW celebrates the achievements of these remarkable individuals and platforms, it also invites nominations for the BREW Poetry Award and the ongoing BREW Book and Blog Awards. These initiatives aim to continue fostering creativity and excellence in literature and online content creation across all levels.

For more information and to submit nominations, please visit

About The Chrysalis BREW Project

A book, blog, poetry, and writing hub, The Chrysalis BREW Project elevates outstanding works and content creators through reviews, accolades, and various promotional opportunities while providing readers and audiences with prime curated content. 

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