This year’s third annual Indie Author Project regional contests ran in 14 U.S. states and one Canadian province and fielded thousands of submissions from authors of all types. In partnership with literary organizations and libraries across North America, these contests reflect an ongoing and expanding effort to encourage strong relationships between indie authors, public libraries, and readers. Out of all of the submissions, these winning titles reflect the best indie-published eBooks each region has to offer in adult and young adult fiction. These books— and hundreds of other top indie titles— are available with unlimited, multi-user access in the Indie Author Project Select collections on BiblioBoard Library, OverDrive, cloudLibrary, Axis 360, and more.
Out of this year’s winners, one overall Indie Author of the Year will be chosen by a panel of industry experts. Along with the prizes that come with their regional award, this Indie Author of the Year will also receive an additional $1,000, professional audiobook production, and a myriad of marketing and promotional opportunities throughout the year. Stay tuned for the big announcement, and in the meantime, see what 2020 Indie Author of the Year, Jacqui Castle, has been up to.
“Libraries are much like the beating heart of a community… As an author, libraries hold a key to an entire realm of readers whose passion for the written word mirrors my own. They are sources of inspiration and intermediaries to readerships.”
2020 CT Author Project YA Winner
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[…] All the Broken People by Amy Rivers. (author website) This book won her national prize as best author by the Indie Author Project. It’s a suspenseful family drama about secrets. Other regional winners are here. That was 2021. Here are the regional winners from 2020. […]
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