May 23, 2013 – Bestselling Author Named Finalist in 2013 International Book Awards
Bestselling Author Named Award Winner in 2013 International Book Awards
Boston, MA, May 23, 2013 –(PR.com)– The bestselling, award winning Changing Behavior: Immediately Transform Your Relationships with Easy to Learn, Proven Communication Skills, by Dr. Georgianna Donadio, has been named award-winning finalist of the 2013 International Book Awards, Self-Help category on May 20, 2013.
Changing Behavior was one of more than 1,000 entries from authors and publishers around the world in this year’s competition. “This is a real honor, said Donadio. “This recognition will help spread the word about the 33 years of research on relationship communication and how to create quality relationships in all aspects of life.”
The International Book Awards is a competition dedicated to honoring outstanding books on a global scale. This is the fourth year the IBA has been running and sponsored by USA Book News, located in Los Angeles. USA Book News covers books from all sections of the publishing industry – mainstream, independent and self-published.
Donadio’s non-fiction book is also the winner of the 2012 Indie Book Awards in the Relationships category. The 2012 Indie Book Awards recognized the most exceptional independently published books in 60 different categories. The book was an award-winning finalist in the 2012 USA Best Book Awards.
Changing Behavior has also received a 5 star award from ForeWord Clarion and high praise from Kirkus Review. Author Georgianna Donadio, MSc, DC, PhD is one of only six American Florence Nightingale Scholars, an award winning Nurse Advocate, Integrative Health Care Provider, and Behavioral Health expert. Dr. Donadio blogs for the Huffington Post and Dr. Oz’s Share Care and Daily Strength.
For 20 years, until recently retiring from television, Georgianna hosted a nationally syndicated television program, Woman to Woman® which explored all topics of interest to women, with a special focus on relationships. Visit www.changingbehavior.org and download a free book excerpt.
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