Carolyn V. Hamilton’s Dare to Survive Honored as a Finalist in International Book Awards Contest

Carolyn V. Hamilton  holding a cup of coffee in front of palms.

Carolyn V. Hamilton ‘86 (Seattle, BA) recently garnered attention with her latest publication, “Dare to Survive.” The book chronicles the true story of a woman deceived and imprisoned in South America for drug trafficking. Among thousands of entries, Hamilton’s work distinguished itself with exceptional writing, design, and broad market appeal, securing a finalist position in the International Book Awards Contest.  

As the author of over 20 books, Hamilton’s writing spans multiple genres including thriller, true crime, writing, editing, art, and more. For her literary prowess, she has been recognized with numerous international literary awards including two Readers’ Favorite Book Awards and a Book Excellence Award. 

Hamilton is a multiple award-winning author, artist, workshop leader & success coach for memoir writers. Read more about her here.