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2020–The tenth annual program is now accepting entries.
For more information:
Accepting Entries: Now, from ebook authors and publishers.
Eligibility: Ebook released to the public anytime in 2018 or newer.
Entry Deadline: April 30, 2020 (midnight Pacific Time).
Winners Announcement: August 16, 2020
The Global Ebook Awards are designed to help you achieve these publicity goals. The Awards are more than a “sticker” they come with a built-in publicity machine.
Submitting your ebook for a Global Ebook Award is a publicity investment. Your ebook deserves this exposure. Unlike other award programs we do not charge for our sticker file upon winning an award.
2019 Global Ebook Awards
The winners have been announced; Click Here for the full list of winners. You can also visit http://www.globalebookawards.com to view the list of winners by category. See (http://globalebookawards.com/2019-global-ebook-award-winners/)
Many thanks to our reading judges, we couldn’t have done this without them.
Here’s how you can get more publicity for your ebooks. Just issue a news release to your local media: radio, TV, magazines, newspapers. For instructions on how to craft and distribute this news release, click on the link below: http://globalebookawards.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/150-NR-Outline.pdf (make sure you request the electronic edition).
Solicit Reviews from Midwest Book Reviews
|Book Reviews, Book Lover Resources, Advice for Writers and Publishers|
Midwest Book Reviews has been around since 1976 and is a good and reliable resource for book reviews. You can find a lot of very helpful information on their website as well as information on getting your book reviewed. take time to check out everything this website has to offer.
Below is the link to the book review page:
Many thanks to our reading judges. If comments were given along with their scores, those comments will be forwarded to you over the next couple of weeks.
Thank you for your participation in the 2019 Global Ebook Awards.
Apparently, life doesn’t end when you get married.
When a couple freezes to death on a fifty degree day, Cassie is called in to investigate. The couple ran a daycare out of their home, making preschoolers the key witnesses and even the prime suspects.
Two of those preschoolers are Cassie’s youngest siblings, suggesting conditions at home are worse than she feared. As Cassie struggles to care for her family, she must face the truth about her mother’s slide into depression, which seems to be taking the entire town with it.
Then Cassie, too, is attacked by the supernatural cold. She has to think fast to survive, and her actions cause a rift between her and her husband.
No, life doesn’t end after marriage. All hell can break loose at any time.
It’s a Long Way to Aunty May is the story of three siblings: Matt, fifteen years of age, Nettie, twelve and Toby, nearly ten. The story opens when they’re given the news that their parents have been killed in a car accident; they are now orphaned and at the mercy of the courts.
Facing the prospect of being split up and placed into foster homes, the children’s luck appears to change when they find some foster parents who own a country farm with all sorts of animals. The children are relieved they can stay together and a farm in Victoria sounds like fun. But as far as their new foster parents are concerned, the children are there to work, not play.
After many months of physical and mental abuse, Matt, Nettie and Toby decide to escape and make their way to their only relative, Aunty May, in New South Wales. But it’s a long way to Aunty May – 1200 kilometres in fact! Nevertheless, with little money and plenty of courage, instead of cycling to school one morning they begin the long journey towards potential freedom – and the next stage of their lives.
Breaking Paradigms Is a Bitch! Populated by a cast of zany characters, including an embezzling minister, a vegan bully and a wannabe musician, this novel follows main character Toni Kelly as she tries to navigate a thicket of crazy living situations in Orange County, CA. This novel is the sequel to Diary of a 99%-er: The Struggle Between Survival and Creative Self Expression. Like the first novel, it’s set against the backdrop of OC and features several of the diverse and beautiful places here.