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July 21, 2024

Ashland author wins award for spiritual writing

Lisa Manyon
December 5, 2023

Lisa Manyon’s ‘Spiritual Sugar’ book wins American Writing Award

The cover of “Spiritual Sugar: The Divine Ingredients to Heal Yourself With Love” by Lisa Manyon

Author Lisa Manyon of Ashland, Oregon, has achieved another milestone with her international bestselling book, “Spiritual Sugar: The Divine Ingredients to Heal Yourself With Love.” The book has been honored with the prestigious American Writing Award as the winner in the Spirituality category.

Manyon is president of Write On Creative Writing Services, Write On Creative Publishing. She works with leaders, authors, teachers and healers on clear messaging and strategy.

The book chronicles Manyon’s journey to heal from cancer, including an overview of non-traditional, ancient healing modalities and seven key areas in which to fortify your life. The book is accessible on SpiritualSugar.com.

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“It’s an honor to receive the American Writing Award,” Manyon said in a news release. “It’s been a lifelong dream to be a bestselling, award-winning author, and I’m so grateful this dream has become a reality. I intend to sprinkle ‘Spiritual Sugar’ throughout the globe in the form of my love letter to humanity. It’s especially heartwarming that the first book from the Write On Creative Publishing imprint has received such positive recognition.”

For full results of the 2023 AWAs and the Fall Award Season, go to American Writing Awards.

Source: Write On Creative news release. Email Ashland.news at news@ashland.news.

This one-hour video shows Lisa Manyon giving a talk at the Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library on Aug. 3 about “Lisa Manyon: “Spiritual Sugar: The Divine Ingredients to Heal Yourself With Love.”
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