Deadline: November 7, 2016
The purpose of the Human Relations Indie Book Awards is to recognize indie authors who have written books with a human relations focus related to various interactions among people in different settings such as work, organizations, school, home, family or in personal lives. Book entries for the 2016 Human Relations Indie Book Awards should be published between 2010 and 2016 and must be received in print version (no ebooks accepted) and written for an English speaking audience.Books can be self-published, independently published or have a creative or scholarly writing approach from smaller publishing companies or presses where the author had a voice in the publishing process.
Each contest category (depending on the number of entries) will recognize Gold, Silver and Bronze Winners and Honorable Mention (s) may also be given to recognize honorable writing in the area of human relations. All book entries will also be considered for Director’s Choice awards who exhibit outstanding writing in the area of Human Relations and the selected Director’s Choice winners will receive the following: a book tweeting package provided by BookTweeters.com, a social media press release provided by Online PR Media and a cinematic trailer provided by International Book Promotion.
Each author should complete a book submission form with three copies of the book and the entry fee for each entry. Authors may enter more than one book category, but will need to mark the additional categories on the book submission form and add the additional entry fee for each category. Entry fees should be paid in check in U.S. dollars or sent with a U.S. postal service money order. No books will be returned after the contest and will be donated to libraries, charities, educational programs or those in need. Entry fees start at $65.00 for the first category ($55.00 for the first category if entry is postmarked by October 1, 2016), $45.00 for the second category and $35.00 for the third category.
2016 Human Relations Indie Book Awards final deadline for entry is November 7, 2016, but earlier entries are encouraged to allow more time for judging the book entries. Winners will be announced on or before Dec. 15, 2016.
Judges names will not be posted due to confidentiality. Books will be judged on book content, book organization, book presentation and the human relations message conveyed in the book. Judges decisions are final.
A broad range of book categories will provide authors the opportunity to enter one or more categories that may be related to the book’s human relations content. There are over 30 categories that include topics related to human relations issues, children’s books with a human relations focus, poetry human relations books and general human relations categories.
If you would like to enter-simply request a book submission entry form by filling out the contact form or sending your email to: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks!