We are over the moon to announce that our author Liz Childs Kelly has won Gold in the Nautilus Book Awards for her book Home to Her!
Our books have won Silver three times previously with Lucy H. Pearce’s titles. Home to Her has been awarded our first Gold, in the program’s Religions/Spirituality of Other Traditions category.
Now in its 23rd year, the Nautilus Book Awards celebrate and honor books that support conscious living and green values, wellness, social change and social justice, and spiritual growth. Previous recipients include Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Thich Nat Hahn, Temple Grandin, Barbara Kingsolver, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, and Eckhart Tolle.
“Many of the books and authors that have most inspired me are previous recipients of Nautilus Awards,” says Kelly. “It’s a tremendous honor to join their company.”
The award is open to application from authors from the smallest indie publishers right up to the biggest publishing houses.
Find out more about the award and the 2023 winners HERE.
We are thrilled and proud that Home to Her and Liz receive the recognition deserved with this prestigious award.
Home to Her: Walking the Transformative Path of the Sacred Feminine takes us on a journey, personal and collective, through time and place, to remember and reconnect with the lost and stolen wisdom of the Sacred Feminine, an ancient Divine force known intimately by ancestral peoples around the world. While in some cultures She remains a vibrant, living force, in the West Her wisdom and traditions have been lost or buried by patriarchal religions and traditions.
Find out more about Home to Her and buy a signed copy HERE.
(Also available on Amazon and other book sellers worldwide.)
You can find out more about Liz and her work at her website: hometoher.com
Meet the author: Liz Childs Kelly
is a writer, award-winning researcher, educator, community builder, and host of the popular 'Home to Her' podcast, which is dedicated to amplifying the voices of the Sacred Feminine. Her writing has been featured in a variety of online publications, including Forbes, Mashable, Rebelle Society, Human Parts (a Medium publication), and Braided Way, as well as the Girl God Books anthology Just As I Am: Hymns Affirming the Divine Female. An initiated priestess in the 13 Moons lineage, she also holds certifications in Reiki, as well as Vinyasa and Yin Yoga.
Liz lives in rural Virginia with her family, and can often be found exploring the nearby Blue Ridge Mountains or wandering in the woods behind her home.