Book Awards & Competitions Recognize Healing Yesterday's Tears by Kyli Santiago
As an emerging poet, Kyli Santiago has received international praise and recognition throughout the literary world by garnering Book Awards from some of today’s largest, respected, and most popular international book contests. Read below for more details about the book awards who’ve granted Kyli Santiago and Healing Yesterday’s Tears highest honors in their competitions.
Healing Yesterday's Tears List of Book Awards:
2022 Winner of the International Book Awards 'Poetry: Narrative'
LOS ANGELES, CA June 3, 2022 – American Book Fest announced that Healing Yesterday’s Tears: An Inspiring Poetry Book about Overcoming Emotion and Discovering Love of Self, by Kyli Santiago is the WINNER of the 2022 INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS (IBA) “POETRY: NARRATIVE.” Jeffrey Keen, President and CEO of American Book Fest, said this year’s contest yielded thousands of entries from authors and publishers around the world. These entries were then narrowed down to the final results by a distinguished panel of industry judges.
2022 Readers' Favorite Silver Medal 'Poetry: Inspirational'
Atlanta, GA – September 5, 2022 – Readers’ Favorite is proud to announce that “Healing Yesterday’s Tears: An Inspiring Poetry Book about Overcoming Emotion and Discovering Love of Self” by Kyli Santiago WON the SILVER MEDAL in the ‘POETRY: INSPIRATIONAL’ category. Readers’ Favorite is one of the largest and most popular book awards contests in the world! This year’s contest featured thousands of contestants from over a dozen countries, ranging from new independent authors to NYT best-sellers and celebrities, as well as submissions from renowned publishers Random House, Simon & Schuster, and Harper Collins.
2022 Winner of the American Fiction Awards 'Poetry: Narrative'
LOS ANGELES, CA September 7, 2022 – Healing Yesterday’s Tears: An Inspiring Poetry Book about Overcoming Emotion and Discovering Love of Self, debut poetry collection by independently published poet Kyli Santiago is the WINNER of the 2022 AMERICAN FICTION AWARDS “POETRY: NARRATIVE.” The national competition, which is sponsored by American Book Fest, is now in its 6th year. President Jefferey Keen says of the awards, “The 2022 results represent a phenomenal mix of books from a wide array of publishers throughout the United States.”
2022 Winner of the NYC Big Book Awards 'Poetry: Life/Experience'
NEW YORK, NY September 15, 2022 – Healing Yesterday’s Tears: An Inspiring Poetry Book about Overcoming Emotion and Discovering Love of Self, powerful debut poetry book by independently published and multi award-winning author, Kyli Santiago receives national recognition as WINNER of the 2022 NYC BIG BOOK AWARDS Category “POETRY: LIFE/EXPERIENCES.” The prestigious contest was designed specifically to create a level environment where independents could compete head-on against the Big Five publishers, inevitably displaying the “Best of the Best.”
2022 Recipient of The Literary Titan Gold Book Award - June
IRVINE, CA June 3, 2022 – The Literary Titan honored Kyli Santiago with the LITERARY TITAN GOLD BOOK AWARD for her debut poetry collection, Healing Yesterday’s Tears: An Inspiring Poetry Book about Overcoming Emotions and Discovering Love of Self. As stated on their website, “The Literary Titan Gold Award is bestowed on books that we found to be perfect in their delivery of original content, utilizing fresh themes to convey innovative ideas, and deftly uses elegant prose to transform words into expertly written literature.”
2022 International Firebird Book Awards 1st Place (2)
Atlanta GA, July 19, 2022 – The 2022 INTERNATIONAL FIREBIRD BOOK AWARDS announces ‘Healing Yesterday’s Tears: An Inspiring Poetry Book about Overcoming Emotion and Discovering Love of Self,’ written by poet and mental health advocate Kyli Santiago, as the FIRST PLACE WINNER in TWO of their competitions – “INSPIRATIONAL” and “MOTIVATIONAL.” The charitable contest sponsored by SPEAK UP TALK RADIO offers quarterly competition for authors to be recognized for their work. Founder Patricia J. Rullo comments on the recent competition, “the number of important entries this quarter exceeded our expectations.”