The Readers Favorite Award Winners in Self Publishing

The Readers Favorite 2009 Award Contest Winners have been announced. Congratulations to the following Outskirts Press titles and authors:

The Soldiers of the Cross, by J. Laurence Stillwell
The Soldiers of the Cross, by J. Laurence Stillwell, Gold Winner in the Christian - Fiction Category

Mediterranean Madness, by Andrew J Rafkin
Mediterranean Madness, by Andrew J Rafkin, Silver Winner in the Fiction – Action/Adventure Category

Creating Madness, by Andrew J Rafkin
Creating Madness, by Andrew J Rafkin, Bronze Winner in the Fiction – Action/Adventure Category

Unlocking the Poet's Realm, by Matt Wiebusch
Unlocking the Poet's Realm, by Matt Wiebusch, Gold Winner in the Fiction – Fantasy/Sci-Fi Category

 Embellish, by R.L. Sloan
Embellish, by R.L. Sloan, Honorable Mention in the Fiction – Fantasy/Sci-Fi Category

Why We Don’t Kill Spiders, by Bo Macreery
Why We Don’t Kill Spiders, by Bo Macreery, Honorable Mention in the Fiction – Historical/Cultural Category

The Peruke Maker, by Ruby Dominguez
The Peruke Maker, by Ruby Dominguez, Gold Winner in the Fiction – Horror Category

Romancing the Claddagh, by Ruby Dominguez
Romancing the Claddagh, by Ruby Dominguez, Bronze Winner in the Fiction – Horror Category

Immaculate Deception, by Courtney J. Webb
Immaculate Deception, by Courtney J. Webb , Silver Winner in the Fiction - Humor Category

It's Over Michael, But…, by Ruby Dominguez
It's Over Michael, But…, by Ruby Dominguez, Bronze Winner in the Fiction - Humor Category

In-Sight, by Gerard D. Webster
In-Sight, by Gerard D. Webster, Silver Winner in the Fiction - Suspense Category

 Through The Triangle, by C.P. Stewart
Through The Triangle, by C.P. Stewart, Bronze Winner in the Fiction - Thriller Category

Out of the Village, by Banya Ku'Caya
Out of the Village, by Banya Ku'Caya, Finalist in the Non Fiction – Autobiography Category

Red Sky Morning, by Andrew J. Rafkin
Red Sky Morning, by Andrew J. Rafkin, Finalist in the Non Fiction – Autobiography Category

Just Tell Me How To Get Hired!, by Jill De Sena-Shook
Just Tell Me How To Get Hired!, by Jill De Sena-Shook, Gold Winner in the Non Fiction – Business/Finance Category

Lori's Song, by Lori Foroozandeh
Lori's Song, by Lori Foroozandeh, Bronze Winner in the Non Fiction - Drama Category

Looking For Closure, by Maria Stewart
Looking For Closure, by Maria Stewart, Honorable Mention in the Non Fiction – Drama Category

Sue's Nightmare, by Dean Roberts
Sue's Nightmare, by Dean Roberts, Gold Winner in the Non Fiction – General Category

Calling All Boomers, by Randall D. Howard
Calling All Boomers, by Randall D. Howard, Silver Winner in the Non Fiction – General Category

My Momma Raised Ugly Children…Not Stupid Ones, by Bud Wright
My Momma Raised Ugly Children…Not Stupid Ones, by Bud Wright, Silver Winner in the Non Fiction – Humor Category

 Riders on the Road, by Patricia Rider Bermon and The Rider Family Drivers
Riders on the Road, by Patricia Rider Bermon and The Rider Family Drivers, Bronze Winner in the Non Fiction – Humor Category

A Complete Guide to Public Speaking, by Joseph A. Grippo
A Complete Guide to Public Speaking, by Joseph A. Grippo, Silver Winner in the Non Fiction – Self Help Category

An Unknown Journey, by Dao Huynh
An Unknown Journey, by Dao Huynh, Bronze Winner in the Young Adult Category

Congratulations to all our winners! We already know Outskirts Press helps our authors publish award-winning books, and now it is easier than ever to promote your award with our Award Recognition Cover Enhancement option. For details and to order, visit the Marketing Options screen of your author’s center.

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