Masks – National Indie Excellence Book Awards Finalist

I feel like a complete twit! I happen to check an @mention on Twitter today and noticed that iUniverse had tweeted this about me “Masks by @PatriciaCavigli & Youthanasia by S.P Perone named YA Fiction finalists in National Indie Excellence Awards.” on June 7th. I went to the link in complete disbelief. I felt foolish enough to have missed this tweet four days ago when I discovered that the announcement had been made May 15th! There must have been an e-mail. Where’s my head at???

Anyway, I’m thrilled. Thank you so much National Indie Excellence Book Awards!

The National Indie Excellence Book Awards Salutes the BEST of the BEST in 2011

Independent and self-published titles roar to the forefront of excellence in numerous genres

Beverly Hills, CA – In the pinnacle year of the self-published book , The National Indie Excellence Book Awards is ahead of the curve with the announcement of the 5th Annual National Indie Excellence Award Winners, Finalists and the recipients of the Sponsor’s Choice Prizes.

Today Ellen Reid, founder of The National Indie Excellence Book Awards, released the Winners and Finalists of this year’s contest said…

“Excellence is not easy to achieve and the book industry needs it more than ever…the NIEA salutes authors and publishers who make excellence a priority” said Reid

Competition for the top spots is fierce with prizes exceeding $12,000 in value and the priceless opportunity to have one-on-one coaching with inside industry experts including top media and PR consultants, marketing experts and others.

With a number self-published authors exceeding sales of 100,000 copies and six and seven figures in revenue, authors and small presses are flourishing and so is the quality of books across the board.

Next year’s 2012 Award application deadline is April 30, 2012. For information and to enter, please visit:

“The judges for this competition are industry leaders that take their responsibility very seriously. We had the best pool of submissions ever and it was not easy because of the excellent books we received in every category this year. I am constantly thrilled at the outstanding work we’re seeing,” Reid said.

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  1. #1 by August Koscielniak on February 19, 2012 - 2:16 PM

    Great explanation. I like to see clearly Martha

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