USA Book News Best Book awards submission
Every year USA Book News honors exemplary books from independent self publishers with the Best Book Award. Make sure your book is among the ones being considered. For more information, scroll down to the Product Details section below.
Every year USA Book News honors outstanding mainstream and independent books with their National Best Books Award.
WINNERS & FINALISTS IN EACH CATEGORY RECEIVE:
- USA Book News Exposure: A ten-month book listing which includes your color book cover, a brief paragraph about your title and a hyperlink to your website. This is fantastic coverage for the busy holiday season!
- Entertainment Industry Exposure: Promotion to Agents, Production Companies, Television and Film Executives, Screenwriters, and other industry professionals. Want to turn your book into a major Hollywood Sreenplay? A USA Book News Award win could be just the "ticket."
- National Media & Industry Exposure : Coverage of results from the USA Book News network of media outlets and industry contacts for exposure to over 500,000+ subscribers. In addition, the USA Book News national media campaign highlighting the winners and finalists starts in November - right before the Christmas book buying season!
- Publishing Industry Exposure: Promotion to Independent Bookstores, Retail Book Buyers, Publishers, Librarians and other industry professionals.
So, why have us handle this submission for you? Two words: you're busy. As an author, it can often be challenging to find the time to manage your household/family, write more books, and possibly maintain a "day job" as many authors do. We can take over the "grunt work" involved with submitting your book for inclusion in this book award contest.
When you order the USA Book News Award Submission from Outskirts Press, we handle all of the following on your behalf:
- Ordering and shipping of necessary book copies.
- Processing of all entry forms.
Your only task? Point and click on the "Add to Cart" button below to complete your purchase (and bask in the potential of a major book award win).