February 10, 2017 | By Kylie Larkin — The audio recording of Professor Jim Gash‘s book, “Divine Collision: An African Boy, An American Lawyer, and their Remarkable Battle for Freedom,” is one of five nominees for an Audie Award (Audio Book of the Year) in the Inspirational Faith-Based Non-Fiction category.
Via the Worthy Publishing press release:
Worthy Publishing is excited to announce that “Divine Collision: An African Boy, An American Lawyer, and their Remarkable Battle for Freedom” (January 2016), written by Jim Gash and read by Brandon Batchelar and Jason White, has been nominated for an Audie Award in the Inspirational Faith-Based Non-Fiction category.
The audiobook industry’s premier awards program in the U.S., the Audies, recognizes distinction in audiobooks and spoken-word entertainment. Winners will be announced during the annual BookExpo 2017 in New York City in May.
“Divine Collision” tells the true story of how Jim Gash, a Los Angeles lawyer, and Henry, a Ugandan boy in jail for crimes he didn’t commit, met and inspired justice reform for an entire country. “Divine Collision” is a fast-paced thriller that will keep you listening for what happens next for Henry and Jim.
“Worthy Publishing is proud to share Jim and Henry’s inspiring story in ‘Divine Collision,’ so to receive national of recognition in the audiobook category is a thrill,” said Byron Williamson, President and Publisher, Worthy Publishing. “Thank you to the Audio Publishers Association for recognizing the narrators and production team who helped make this wonderful true-life story come alive for readers.”
The complete press release may be found at mail.google.com
“Divine Collision” may be found at worthypublishing.com