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Authors Published Through BMcTALKS Press Honored with 2021 Independent Book Awards

Authors Published Through BMcTALKS Press Honored with 2021 Independent Book Awards
Independent authors flock to the Indie Book Awards hoping for the chance to be seen and win a coveted award for their work. BMcTALKS Press congratulates its authors for being named by the Independent Book Publishing Professionals Group for one of the best Indie books of 2021, “A Collective Breath: Stories of Being Black in America and Visions of Change”.

Chandler, AZ – June 18th, 2021 – BMcTALKS Press, an independent book publishing company for speakers, business coaches, consultants, and entrepreneurs has officially announced that several of its authors have been chosen to receive a highly coveted award from the 2021 Indie Book Awards. “A Collective Breath: Stories of Being Black in America and Visions of Change” is the winner of the Best Cover Design – Nonfiction category and a finalist in the African American – Nonfiction category in the 2021 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. These awards are the world’s largest book awards program for independent publishers and self-published authors.

The Next Generation Indie Book Awards are judged by leaders of the indie book publishing industry, including many with long careers at major publishing houses. Their love of a great read and experience in the publishing arena identify books deserving a wider audience. The winners and finalists will be honored on June 25 in an online event which will stream live on Facebook at 7:00 pm (Eastern Time) and 4:00 pm (Pacific Time).

A Collective Breath: Stories of Being Black in America and Visions of Change” was published by BMcTALKS Press and compiled and edited by Bridgett McGowen-Hawkins, co-authored by Aaron L. Hawkins; Travis Hardin; Dr. James Smith, Jr., CSP; Rachael Boone, Ranada Samuel; Alfred Gleason, Jr.; Inacent Saunders; Tish Times; LaWanna R. Wilson; Artesian Kirksey; Jaylynn T. Smith; Simone E. Morris; Dr. Helen Holton; Chandra Gore; Dr. Shawn Dandridge, Sr.; TeLisa Daughtry; Alana M. Hill; Paul Johnson; and Clinton Harris.

Catherine Goulet, Founder and Co-Chair of the Next Generation Indie Book Awards was recently quoted as saying, “Like other independent artists, many indie book publishers face challenges that the industry giants don’t experience. The indies have to work much harder to get their best books into readers’ hands. She went on to say, “Authors and publishers who compete in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards are serious about promoting their books. They aim to stand out from the crowd of millions of books in print.”

Tune in to The Next Generation Indie Book Awards online event which be streamed live on their Facebook on June 25, 2021 at 7pm (EST) and 4pm (PST) by following this link: https://www.facebook.com/NextGenerationIndieBookAwards.

About BMcTALKS Press

BMcTALKS Press (www.bmctalkspress.com) is an independent publishing company that provides a full suite of publishing services to new authors. This includes designing, creating, and delivering high-quality trade books and eBooks to expand the brands of speakers, entrepreneurs, consultants, small businessowners, and professional coaches and solidify them as contenders in their respective industries.

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