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Announcing the Results of the Independent Publisher Book Awards Medalists honored at a gala awards ceremony in New York on May 25th Congratulations and sincere thanks to the 2, independent authors and publishers who participated in the Independent Publisher Book Awards.
Entries into this year's 14th annual "IPPY" Awards saw a dramatic increase in quality and diversity — and the writing and publishing exhibited great commitment and passion. Yes, independent authors and publishers are passionate about getting their messages out, and they are changing the world, one book at a time… Here are the gold, silver and bronze medalists in all National and Regional categories.
Medals were awarded on May 25th at a gala awards ceremony in New York. Thanks and congratulations to all participants for your truly great work!
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Fiction is like a hypothetical area in which to act.
That’s what Aristotle thought—that fictional narrative was a place to imagine what you would do in this, that, or the other situation.
I believe that, and it’s what I love most about fiction.
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