Calling all Writers – Enter the Kindle Book Review “Best Indie Book Awards” 2013

Posted: February 4, 2013 in ebook sales, ebooks, eReaders, self publishing, social media, Uncategorized, writer blogs, writing
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…  These are good folks who are working to recognize self-pub’d  writers.

Ready 4 The 2013 Best Indie Book Awards

If you’ve published a new book between May 1, 2012 and May 1, 2013, You Could Win Over $1,000 in Cash and Prizes! The Kindle Book Review’s 2nd Annual Best Indie Book Awards  is underway, and is better than ever!

The 2012 Best Indie Book Contest was judged solely by the reviewers at The Kindle Book Review. The reviewers are avid readers, judges at contests like The San Francisco Book Fair, Phd’s, and readers just like you. They’ve read and reviewed hundreds of books in 2012, aside from the contest. You can see the 2012 winners and finalists HERE.

 TOP-5 Reasons Why You Should Submit Your Book?

  1. You could win over $1,000 in cash and publicity!
  2. Winning awards lets the world know that you have a great book.
  3. You finally get the affirmation that your writing stands up to top notch writers.
  4. We have the BEST sponsors… and they are providing FREE promotion.
  5. This is a grass roots contest, judged by some of the BEST reviewers on the planet!
If you think your book has what it takes to earn a 2013 Best Indie Book Award, you really should submit your work (1 book only)Awards and publicity sell books, and this contest has it all… cash, credentials, and book marketing credits at top-rated book sites! 

Awards: $300 cash + over $700 in promo credit to EACH winner compliments of our sponsors!

Who are our sponsors? The BEST in the business.

  1. I liked and would like to enter if a collection including a novella and 2 shorts qualifies; my Closed Doors, a Trilogy.

  2. Thanks for the heads up on this!

  3. danagriffin says:

    Thanks for the info. I’ll be entering my thriller novel, The Cover-Up.

  4. SwordBearer says:

    Andy, does this include short stories, or is it specifically for full length novels? And if I have a novel coming out in April therefore is not yet available to read does it count?

  5. SwordBearer says:

    Hi Andy, got the second question answered so please ignore!!

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