After hundreds of nominations and thousands of votes, the WINNERS of the McGrath House Independent Book Awards 2016 have been finalised.
Competition was extremely close in all categories and I congratulate all finalists in their categories.
Children’s – The Bee Who Sneezed, by Stephen Evans
What would you do if you discovered you had a new talent. Well, Let me tell you, when this cute little Bee sneezed and fell he discovered not only a new way to fly, but a way to soar.
Fiction – Horror – Little Book of Horrors, by Lacey Lane
Four chilling tales to mess with your mind. Karma’s a Psychopath Bloodlust The Monster Within The Revenge of the Pumpkins Warning. This book contains explicit content.
Fiction – Thriller/Mystery – The Second Wife, by Kishan Paul
If you want to live, you must let go of the past…
Fiction – Romance – White as Snow, by Jess James
A playful and steamy version of a fairy tale that is inventive and very amusing.
Fiction – Historical – The Seven Year Dress, by Paulette Mahurin
One of the darkest times in human history was the insane design and execution to rid the world of Jews and “undesirables.”
Fiction – Young Adult – Perfekt Order, by S.T.Bende
All’s fair when you’re in love with War. For seventeen-year-old Mia Ahlström, a world ruled by order is the only world she allows.
Fiction – Sci Fi / Fantasy – Atlantis After Midnight, by Lisa Kurlow
This is not your average tale of Atlantis. Shape shifters, aliens, and time travelers.
Fiction – Paranormal – The Photograph, by Grant Leishman
When Tony Logan discovers an undeveloped roll of film from the 1970’s, he is excited to see what it contains magic, witchcraft, the underworld and supernatural happenings.
Fiction – Comedy – Unhappily Ever After, by Lucinda E Clarke
Fairyland is in chaos. A non-politically correct tale much closer to the truth than anything you have ever seen on the movies.
Fiction – Other – What Once Went Wrong, by Tom E Hodden
George has just six months to live, and no chance of a happy ever after. At least not for himself.
Non Fiction – I am Cancer Free, by Brenda Mohammed
A most touching and emotional true story of the author’s battle with Ovarian cancer.
But… who is the overall winner with the most votes?
Watch this space for the announcement shortly….