Thay’s book “The Art of Living” (2017) has been awarded the Nautilus Award (Gold) for best book in the category “Religion / Spirituality of Eastern Thought”.
Nautilus Book Award is honored to share some of the wisdom, love, hope, and creativity that flow from the recent Award-Winning books. Each book that has won award expresses an aspect of the theme, Embracing Diversity. The Nautilus staff extends deep gratitude and love to the Authors & Publishers of these marvelous books, which express important aspects of the theme. May we together help each other learn the truth of the One Human Family.
Between September 21, 2017 and February 10, 2018, Nautilus Book Award received hundreds of entries during the recent season. Its purpose continues to be recognizing and celebrating books that support spiritual growth, high-level wellness, conscious living & green values, and positive social change.
For two decades, Nautilus Book Awards has recognized books that transcend barriers of culture, gender, race, and class, and promote conscious living & green values, spiritual growth, wellness & vitality, and positive social change. Last year, Nautilus received entries from 36 States of USA, and from 12 other nations. Dedicated to excellence and high standards of both message and presentation, the Nautilus program celebrates books that inspire and connect our lives as individuals, communities and global citizens.
Nautilus Book Awards is held in particular high-regard for recognizing and promoting outstanding print books in several dozen genres that nurture positive change to co-create a Better World.
Nautilus is one of the few major Book Award programs that welcomes entries from the full range of the publishing spectrum: Author Self-Published, Self-Published-Hybrid, from Small Press (2 to 10 books annual & from multiple authors), and from Large Publishers. All the books selected as Winners are potent seeds for the growth, coherence, and healing of our world.
The Nautilus Mission is to make more visible a wide subject-range of Better Books for a Better World.
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