Crocodile Love Wins Another Award: “Shelf Unbound Notable 100 Winner”!

I’m happy to announce that my narrative travel book, Crocodile Love: Travel Tales from an Extended Honeymoon, was named a “Notable 100 Book in the Shelf Unbound Best Indie Book Competition.”  Shelf Unbound indie book review magazine “features the best of small press and self-published books. Each issue reaches 125,000 avid readers in more than 70 countries.” (The overall winner of the contest, by the way, was Ronna Wineberg, for her book, On Bittersweet Place.)

The good news comes only months after CROCODILE LOVE was named Winner for the Best Travel Book for 2016″ in this year’s Peace Corps Writer Awards, officially making me an award-winning author. I like the sound of that.

Berman_CrocodileHelp me celebrate by buying a copy right now for your best friend who loves to travel!

Here’s the proof: Crocodile Love is listed in the “Notable 100” section of the December/January issue of Shelf Unbound Magazine, on page 154:

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Crocodile Love: Travel Tales from an Extended Honeymoon, by Joshua Berman, is listed in the Dec/Jan issue of Shelf Unbound magazine.

 

Press & Praise for CROCODILE LOVE:

Andrew Zimmern in Belize“An amazing and intimate story.” —Andrew Zimmern, Travel Channel host

“Berman’s thoughtful writing, insight into cultural nuances, intercultural sensitivity, and care translate into one of the best books I’ve ever read. ” —Dr. Jessie Voigts

Ryan Van Duzer“Crocodile Love has enough action to rival Indiana Jones, yet plenty of sweet moments that will melt anyone’s heart. Berman redefines what a honeymoon should be.” —Ryan Van Duzer, Adventure Journalist

 

“Berman expertly merges a riveting tale of adventure with the acute perceptions of a seasoned traveler. ” Peter Van Deekle, Peace Corps Worldwide

“Crocodile Love: Travel Tales from an Extended Honeymoon is Berman’s first narrative travel book, and one that not only vividly describes exotic locales but also draws the reader into a compelling and extended story.” —Review on Peace Corps Worldwide

“A damned good travel narrative, told by an author who knows the goal of travel isn’t the destination, it’s the journey.”  —Randall Wood, author

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