iUniverse Publishing is proud to report another great haul of awards for our authors at two very recent book festivals- The DIY Book Festival and The Hollywood Book Festival, both held of course in Los Angeles.
iUniverse Roll Of Honor
Well done to iUniverse author Arnold Gordenstein for being Runner-Up in the General Fiction category for A Small Perfect Place and to author Julie Hawkins for her Honorable Mention in the same category for A Beautiful Glittering Lie. Plus author K.T. Archer also received an Honorable Mention in the this category for The Silver Spoon.
Congratulations go again to multi-award winning iUniverse author Julia Park Tracey for winning the this category with I’ve Got Some Lovin’ to Do.
Julia is joined as a winner by iUniverse author Benji Alexander Palus who won this Children’s Books category with The Magic Pumpkin. Very, very well done!
Congratulations too to author Chia-Li Chien, who was an award winner with her previous book, Show me The Money, for an Honorable Mention for her latest iUniverse title, Work Toward Reward.
Congratulations also go to iUniverse author Susan Boger for her Honorable Mention in the highly competitive Science Fiction category for her Experimental Field 312.
Well done to iUniverse author Cynthia Neal Rantaul who was Runner-up in this category for her memoir, East by Sea and West by Rail.
Finally and not least congratulations to iUniverse author Cordelia E. Battle for being Runner-up in the Spiritual category for her Spirit Realm-Gods-Angels-Mankind The Eternal Connection.
Well done to iUniverse author Jane Robe for her Honorable Mention in the Sequels category for The Dead lawyer Conspiracy II: The Panther Resurrection.
Congratulations to iUniverse author Ron Prasad for his Honorable Mention in the Science Fiction category for his SYNAPSE. Ron also won First Place – Best General Fiction at this year’s Green Book Festival in San Francisco with SYNAPSE.
More congratulations to iUniverse author Elinor Rogosin for her Honorable Mention in this category for her Chasing Love: A Mother’s Journey.
Well done to iUniverse author Gary Sproul for his Honorable Mention in this category for his The Length of the Leash and finally to one of our DIY awardees, Arnold Gordenstein, who picksup an Honorable Mention for his A Small Perfect Place.
Many congratulations again from iUniverse and we wish these and all our authors continuing success with their self-publishing endeavors.
And finally who was it said all self-published books are low quality? They should stand corrected after these results.