“Awards screen and honor the great books from the many ordinary books. The prestigious Beverly Hills Book Awards bring attention to the best."
—Dan Poynter, founder, Global Ebook Awards
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"This contest has a ton of credibility in the publishing industry. If you're serious about your writing career, I urge you to enter."
—New York Times best selling author, Michael Levin
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"The more exposure your book receives, the more readers know about it and have the opportunity to buy it and become your fan! Book awards are an excellent way to increase your visibility and to get third-party validation that in the huge sea of books released every year, yours is a standout!"
—Julie Schoerke Founder, JKSCommunications, A Literary Publicity Firm
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Thank you to everyone who submitted their books to the 2014 International Beverly Hills Book Awards! Submissions are now closed but will re-open again May 1, 2015 for the 2015 Contest.
Why the Beverly Hills Book Awards?
Beverly Hills is synonymous with excellence, the best of the best. After decades in the publishing industry and listening to our colleagues talk about the ever-growing challenges when promoting books, we decided that since there were so many books being done well, we wanted to celebrate the physical book in print that has always and will always be a part of American culture. . We consider cover and interior design, promotional text, aesthetic components and other factors that demonstrate outstanding presentation, in addition to the writing. We accept fiction and non-fiction books in a wide range of topics and categories including mystery, romance, business, self-help, memoirs, inspiration, and many more. See the complete list of categories.
Dr. Kathy Gruver, PhD, LMT, RM
Author of the new book, Body/Mind Therapies for the Bodyworker
Host of the National TV Series, The Alternative Medicine Cabinet on OTV.
Author of The Alternative Medicine Cabinet, WINNER OF THE Beverly Hills Book Awards
One of the most effective marketing tools in your press kit is the coverage your title receives for winning a book award. Newspapers, magazines, online critics, and bloggers love to write about award-winning books. Plus, readers like to read award-winning recommendations and refer them to their friends and family.
Another benefit of winning a book award is that it gives the author (and publisher) added prestige. Bookstores and libraries typically take a second, longer, look at books designated as finalists and winners. This translates into more hand-selling by your favorite personal book distributors.
Congratulations on launching the Beverly Hills Book Awards!
There is nothing as elegant as a beautifully designed and printed book, and your new awards will bring greater awareness of this fine art form to a wider audience. What an excellent choice to invite a respected journalist like Fred Klein to introduce the awards on-line. Thanks for your commitment to excellence in publishing.
Mara Purl, Best Selling Author
Sylvia Cary has won three awards for The Therapist Writer -- the "Gold" in the 2013 Global Ebook Awards (for the digital version of the book); "Winner" in the 2013 Beverly Hills Book Awards, and "Finalist" in the 2013 National Indie Excellence Awards (NIEA).
"There are so many perks to being 'the author of' a published book," she says. "It's the quickest way for a therapist or any other professional to be seen as an expert. It's instant credibility. It can help your career or business, help others, and you may even make money!"
- Sylvia Cary
"Winning the awards from The Beverly Hills Book Awards has enabled me to surround myself with successful people and will help my book “Questions-Directions To Who You Are” be successful. Of all the awards my book has won the Beverly Hills Book Awards is the very best! "
- Tim W. Turner