Announcing an upcoming book award opportunity for self-publishing authors!

The Written Art Awards by RebeccasReads.com is an annual literary awards program. It has been founded to pay tribute to authors who are self-published or have had their books published by a subsidy publisher, small press, university press, or independent book publisher.

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Eligibility

The Written Art Awards are open to all authors regardless of residency, however, books must be published in the English language and intended for the North American market. Works published by any major book publishers, their subsidiaries, or their imprints are not permitted. Books must have a 2010 copyright date on the copyright page of the print book. At this time, books may NOT be submitted for more than one category. Authors may submit more than one title.

Awards

Two winners, first and second place, will be chosen in each fiction and non-fiction category (listed on RebeccasReads.com).

Two winners, picked from the top scorer in each category, will be selected as the overall winner of Best Fiction and Best Non-Fiction, respectively.

Each will receive a certificate. All certificates and awards stickers will be dated for year 2011.

Winners will be announced in February.

Already published and ready to submit your book? Entries must be postmarked by December 15th.  Visit RebeccasReads.com for more information and entry details (including the submission form).

Not published yet and ready to publish your own award-winning book? Click below for free publishing guides to help you get started.

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