2019 Winner Godiva Award – His Red Eminence by Laurel A Rockefeller

2019 Winner Godiva Award – His Red Eminence by Laurel A Rockefeller

Author Bio Born, raised, and educated in Lincoln, Nebraska USA Laurel A. Rockefeller is an author of over twenty books published and self-published since August 2012 and in languages ranging from Welsh to Spanish to Chinese and everything in between. A dedicated scholar and biographical historian, Ms. Rockefeller is passionate about education and improving history literacy worldwide. With her lyrical writing style, Laurel’s books are as beautiful to read as they are informative. In her spare time, Laurel enjoys spending time with her cockatiels, travelling to historic places in both the United States and the United Kingdom, and watching classic motion pictures and classic television series. Favourites: Star Trek, Doctor Who, original Battlestar Galactica, and Babylon 5. Laurel proudly supports Health in Harmony, The Arbor Day Foundation, and other charities working to protect and replant forests globally. Book Reviews   Priest. Lover. Statesman. Cardinal Armand-Jean du Plessis, duc de Richelieu is one of the most famous — or infamous politicians of all time. Made a villain in the...
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2018 Winner Godiva Award – Pigeon by Pres Maxson

Author Bio A career copywriter, Pres enjoys spending time with his family, playing music, and reading classic fiction and historical nonfiction. Pres has appeared in support of his novels on Indianapolis’ NPR affiliate 90.1 WFYI; on internet stations Indy In-Tune and Radio Free Indy; and on the Brother, Brother Beer Cast. Pres also performs live readings, most notably in the spring of 2016 at the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library. Pres Maxson is a NUVO magazine nominee for Best Local Author in Indianapolis, Indiana in 2016, 2017, and 2018. His latest novel, Pigeon, received honorable mention in both the New York Book Festival and the Paris Book Festival in 2018. Book Reviews Luc Martin, a lowly busboy in Paris, finds himself tasked with locating the Sir Larabee Waterford Cup—which vanished over 20 years ago from a social club for the ultra-elite. Now, one of the original thieves has just surfaced after having been presumed dead for years. The busboy and his unlikely partner—a reluctant...
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Book Of The Year Winners

Book Of The Year Winners

The Naked Reviewers take great pride in our diversity and helping authors market their books. Awards are important and signify that an author's work is above the standard and better. We love giving out awards. We have Book Of The Week, Book Of The Month, and Book Of The Year awards. These are the actual awards for Book Of The Year. Depending on which one an author wins, they will get this seal put on the cover of the book and a trophy. They also win tons of other prizes like, a prominent spot on the website for a year, our top promotional package, which includes a review of the book by two people on our review team, full coverage on all social media between our staff for a week, and the reviews are shared to Amazon and Goodreads, an author interview on Sherry Terry's personal blog along with an author takeover event party on Facebook with at least 3 other authors. ...
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Book Of The Month

Book Of The Month

The Immortality Game by Ted Cross Moscow, 2138. With the world only beginning to recover from the complete societal collapse of the late 21st Century, Zoya scrapes by prepping corpses for funerals and dreams of saving enough money to have a child. When her brother forces her to bring him a mysterious package, she witnesses his murder and finds herself on the run from ruthless mobsters. Frantically trying to stay alive and save her loved ones, Zoya opens the package and discovers two unusual data cards, one that allows her to fight back against the mafia and another which may hold the key to everlasting life. A little about Ted first: Ted Cross is from Arizona and has spent the past two decades traveling the world as a diplomat, all the time dreaming about writing fantasy and science fiction. He has visited nearly forty countries and lived in eight, including the U.S., Russia, China, Croatia, Iceland, Hungary, Azerbaijan, and the Bahamas. He has witnessed...
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Book Of The Year Contest

Book Of The Year Contest

Submission Form The Naked Reviewers Book Of The Year Awards The Naked Reviewers are excited to be in our third year of successful blogging and reviewing independent authors from all genres, and we are having so much fun hosting a competitive awards program to help further celebrate the achievements of indie book publishing. While we realize there are many awards available to authors these days, most are cost-prohibitive or over-saturated with entries or worse, are nothing but scams. As fellow independent authors, we do understand the overwhelming task of choosing just the right one to fit each author’s marketing interests. So, after some careful research and planning, we’ve devised an award to meet precisely what will benefit authors the most at an affordable entry fee. Depending on which award your book wins, you will get the corresponding ribbon on your cover, and this 7.5-inch trophy with your name and book title to showcase in your home or office. Our awards offer yet another way...
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The Immortality Game by Ted Cross

The Immortality Game by Ted Cross

Moscow, 2138. With the world only beginning to recover from the complete societal collapse of the late 21st Century, Zoya scrapes by prepping corpses for funerals and dreams of saving enough money to have a child.  When her brother forces her to bring him a mysterious package, she witnesses his murder and finds herself on the run from ruthless mobsters. Frantically trying to stay alive and save her loved ones, Zoya opens the package and discovers two unusual data cards, one that allows her to fight back against the mafia and another which may hold the key to everlasting life. A little about Ted first: Ted Cross is from Arizona and has spent the past two decades traveling the world as a diplomat, all the time dreaming about writing fantasy and science fiction. He has visited nearly forty countries and lived in eight, including the U.S., Russia, China, Croatia, Iceland, Hungary, Azerbaijan, and the Bahamas. He has witnessed coup attempts, mafia, and terrorist...
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