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Jonathan Womack: 2013 Hollywood Book Festival Award Winner

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Susan Larison Danz

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The recipient of the top award at the 2013 Hollywood Book Festival for his visionary novel A Cry for a Hero, Jonathan Womack has been described as "emerging as the Stan Lee of novelists." 

Synchronistically born on September 11, Jonathan wrote A Cry for a Hero, a tale of  "American superhero vs. terrorists", prior to September 11, 2001, giving the story surreal prophetic qualities.  The Hollywood Book Festival recognized the novel's tremendous potential for the film, television, game and multimedia industries.  Jonathan was honored at a July reception in Hollywood at the same locale as the original Academy Awards.

The author of multiple books, Jonathan has had a profound spiritual journey which he reflects through all of his fiction.  He explores questions of spirituality, faith, the brevity of life and what becomes of us after death, enduring questions for the ages brought into particularly sharp focus with the events of recent years.

Jonathan is the publisher at the Womack Publishing Group, currently in its tenth year with roughly 800 authors and 1000 titles.  He also works for Harvard University's Graduate School of Education. 

Jonathan lectures freely about his out-of-body experiences and his understanding of the soul's existence before, during and after life.

Web site:  JonathanWomack.com


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