The Human Relations Indie Book Awards is open for book submissions. Each year there has been a diverse group of indie authors that ranged from professional perspectives to indie author’s personal journeys of self-reflection and relationship issues. The purpose of the Human Relations Indie Book Awards is to recognize indie authors who have written books with a human relations focus related to various interactions among people in different settings such as work, organizations, school, home, family or in personal lives. Book entries for the Human Relations Indie Book Awards must be received in print version (no ebooks accepted) and written for an English speaking audience.
Information is available for the Human Relations Indie Book Awards and book categories are posted on the website. Contest information is usually available in January of the contest year. The contest deadline is usually April 1st of the contest year.
A broad range of book categories will provide authors the opportunity to enter one or more categories that may be related to the book’s human relations content. The contest has approximately 45 indie book categories that include topics related to human relations issues, memoirs, children’s books with a human relations focus, poetry and the arts human relations books, fiction human relations books and general human relations book categories. There are also several special needs categories included in this year’s contest. Each contest category (depending on the number of entries) will recognize Gold, Silver and Bronze award certificate winners and Honorable Mention (s) may also be given to recognize honorable writing in the area of human relations.
Visit the website at http://humanrelationsindiebookawards.com to find out more about the contest.
Human Relations Indie Book Awards