Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Winners of the 2014 IPPY Awards Announced

IPPY Awards for 2014

The winners of the 2014 Independent Publisher Book Awards — the IPPYs — were announced yesterday recognizing the thousands of exemplary independent, university, and self-published titles published each year. The medal ceremony will be held on May 28th in New York City on the eve of the BookExpo America convention.

The winners in two categories of particular interest to us are …


• Gold: What's a Witch to Do? by Jennifer Harlow (Midnight Ink)

• Silver (tie): Coldwater by Diana Gould (Rare Bird Books)
• Silver (tie): Colorado Noir: Stories from the Dark Side by John Dwaine McKenna (Rhyolite Press)

• Bronze (tie): Tough City by Yuri Lowenthal and Keith Ikeda-Barry (Bug Bot Press)
• Bronze (tie): Fleeting Glance by Sherban Young (MysteryCaper Press)


• Gold: Carved in Darkness by Maegan Beaumont (Midnight Ink)

• Silver (tie): The Cana Mystery by David Beckett (Tuscany Press)
• Silver (tie): November Echo by James Houston Turner (Regis Books)

• Bronze (tie): Enough Rope by P. L. Doss (Mayfair Press)
• Bronze (tie): Corridor of Darkness by Patrick W. O'Bryon (Brantome Press)

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations to all the winners! You may also be interested in the Bronze Medal winner of the Mid-Atlantic Regional IPPY Awards 2014: Tiffany Blues: A Martini Munrow Mystery by J.C. Vogard.



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