Dr. Frank L. Douglas Wins Best Memoir Award

The Pacific Book Award by Pacific Book Review recognizes the efforts and hard work of various authors. Winning a prestigious award like this gives best-selling books a Seal of Excellence. Aside from that, winners and finalists will get national media and industry exposure, a roll of book award stickers, a copy of the Pacific Book Award seal, a lifetime listing on Pacific Book Review, and a rare opportunity to be promoted in 100,000 booksellers, publishers, wholesalers, distributors, and more. All of these will give authors of award-winning books instant credibility and advantage.  

Recognitions like the Pacific Book Award can give any author and their literary works a lot of exposure, which will translate to more book sales. It’s also a chance for any writer to let the whole world know that he or she is someone that produces thought-provoking, emotionally stirring, worthwhile books. More importantly, it’s something for which any novelist or author can be extremely proud of. 

This year, our very own Dr. Frank L. Douglas, Ph.D., M.D. has won the Best Memoir Award for his book, “Defining Moments of a Free Man from a Black Stream”. Dr. Douglas and his followers are grateful for the honor and recognition of this literary achievement. 

Dr. Douglas shares his life story, from growing up poor in the South American country of Guyana to moving to the United States in 1963. He reflects on the many struggles he endured and overcame throughout his life, especially the racism  he experienced as a Black American. Moreover, he shares how he decided to take control of his future through hard work and resilience. 

Don’t miss out on such an incredible memoir by getting a copy of Dr. Douglas’ masterpiece, “Defining Moments of a Free Man from a Black Stream” today.