Neal James' 'Two Little Dicky Birds' is a finalist in The People's Book Prize 2012 SPRING Collection

A big thank you to everyone who voted for 'OTOLI' and 'Two Little Dicky Birds', the two entries submitted by Pneuma Springs Publishing for The People's Book Prize 2012 SPRING Collection.

Voting starts today for the finalists to find out the winners. Voting is open to all Readers.
People can vote again using the following links from today till 30th May 2012 when the winners will be announced at the 3rd Award Ceremony.

Cast your vote for 'Two Little Dicky Birds'
The People's Book Prize is the unique democratic Book Prize voted exclusively by the public so it is the public who choose Britain's Next Bestsellers. Its goals are to discover new and unknown works, eradicate illiteracy and support reading uniting the community as a whole.
Supported by Patron Frederick Forsyth CBE the Award consists of prizes in three genres – fiction, non-fiction and children’s literature, The Beryl Bainbridge Award for First Time Author in honour of TPBP founding patron and as last year’s the Award for Best Achievement.

Neal James is the author of four books: 'A Ticket to Tewkesbury', 'Short Stories - Volume One', 'Two Little Dicky Birds' and 'Threads of Deceit'.

We wish Neal James the very best with this competition.


  1. Congratulations Neal. I've cast my vote already and It would be great to see you take the prize. Alas, OTOLI didn't make the final list in the Children's category but I'm really glad that the book will have at least had more exposure. Good luck!

    Bryony Allen

    1. Thank you, Bryony.

      I was sorry to see that Otoli didn't make it - we could have done with a 2-pronged attack.


  2. Congratulations. Read your book. It's brilliant and it deserves to win. Good Luck.

  3. Absolutely amazing read! It takes a lot to tear me away from Martina Cole but Two Little Dicky Birds had me hooked from start to finish. I sincerely hope this book wins. Well done!


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