Gosh.

The Next Gen­er­a­tion Indie Book Awards have named The Noth­ing With­in the best indie-pub­lished sci­ence fic­tion book of the year. Some peo­ple have called Next Gen­er­a­tion Indies the Sun­dance of the pub­lish­ing world.

Appar­ent­ly a medal is on the way. Like, an actu­al medal. I’m not big into jew­el­ry, but maybe I’ll make an excep­tion just this once.

Estab­lished by the Inde­pen­dent Book Pub­lish­ing Pro­fes­sion­als Group in 2007, Next Gen­er­a­tion Indies is the largest Inter­na­tion­al awards pro­gram for indie authors and inde­pen­dent pub­lish­ers. The judges con­sid­er book pub­lished by small press­es, larg­er inde­pen­dent pub­lish­ers, uni­ver­si­ty press­es, e‑book pub­lish­ers, and self-pub­lished authors.

Awards this year have been real­ly encour­ag­ing. So far the book as been named a win­ner, first run­ner-up, or final­ist for six awards. It’s enough to make you want to write anoth­er book or some­thing.

 

 

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