This is an archive of the 2011 Global Ebook Awards
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If you need any help applying for or paying for your ebook entry or if anything is not working properly, please write to submissions@awardsforebooks.com. We will respond as soon as possible and work to resolve or fix any problems you encounter.

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23 Responses to Contact and Help

  1. Diane piggot says:

    Self published with xlbris ebook and paperback last June… NON Fiction MY BOOK OF SHADOWS pen name Whisper Demoss… Can i enter your contest

  2. I didn’t see where to upload the eBook. Is that done later?

  3. Sue Tabashnik says:

    How many finalists and winners will be chosen?

    Thank you,
    Sue Tabashnik

    • Joseph Dowdy says:

      We don’t know the future! Let’s find out! We plan to have multiple finalists and one winner in each category.

      Joseph Dowdy, Director
      Dan Poynter’s Global eBook Awards

      • Thank you for the information. I started the entry process the other day and could not complete it. I did put in my registration information and have a user ID and password. However, could I please get some help to get to the correct place to put in the rest of the information ie cover, synopsis, reviews etc. Than I will make my payment.

        Thank you, Sue Tabashnik

  4. sklopfer says:

    My books still aren’t listed in a category and I don’t have a website. Have I done something wrong?? Hope not! thanks, Susan

  5. Mary Deal says:

    In splitting the mystery/suspense/thriller categories, you limit mystery to solving a murder. You limit suspense/thriller to murders or intended murders. I’m under the impression suspense is more than must murders. Suspense can include, for one, people losing their lives or getting out of situations where this may happen. The action is intense, but no murder or intended murder happens. My novel, Legacy of the Tropics, is called a suspense but does not involved murders. It’s about people losing their lives and others avoiding catastrophe in the tropics. Under which category do I list my story now? It doesn’t fit with the dire action that the Action category requires. You’ve thrown me a curve.

    Thanks for any help.
    Mary

  6. Do you have a template press release for those of us nominated but not finalists or winners?

  7. Hi Joseph.

    Great job with all of your hard work for the contest.

    After everything gets back to normal, I hope you can answer a problem I discovered. I cannot find anything in my dashboard except an icon. When I click on it, nothing happens. I can only get into my profile.

    Thanks for your help.

    Denice Hughes Lewis

    • Joseph Dowdy says:

      Yes, this is because all authors (for your personal page) have had their access blocked while we locked the categories into place for judging. I didn’t want anyone to change their own category while judging was going on. I found out too late that some authors HAD changed their category and it created issues, but next year will be better.

  8. DIRINA_IOAN says:

    How can I change my user name please ?

  9. Denice Hughes Lewis recommends Linda A. Lavid’s “101 Ways to Meditate.” Congratulations on being a finalist in the 2011 Global eBook Awards. This book takes the mystery out of meditation with an easy-to-read, extremely comprehensive guide. For anyone who wants to alleviate stress and gain more insight into their lives, this is a must-read.

  10. Denice Hughes Lewis recommends Suzanne Alexander-Heaton’s finalist entry in the 2011 Global eBook Awards with hearty congratulations. The “ABC Field Guide to Fairies” is a delightful, lavishly illustrated book for fairy lovers. Children’s faces, lush vegetation and lovely poems grace each page. This book is a must for any collector.

  11. Denice Hughes Lewis congratulates Chuck Tyrell on his winning book, “The Snake Den.” I recommend this page-turner about a 14 year-old protagonist wrongly put in the Arizona prison system in the days of the wild west. Mr. Tyrell does his homework on the period and the people of our recent past and makes us care about the lessons of life that Shawn uses to his advantage. A remarkable story of growing into manhood in Yuma Territorial Prison, one of the toughest in the nation at the turn of the last century.

  12. Denice Hughes Lewis recommends Chuck Tyrell’s finalist entry in the 2011 Global eBook Awards, “Vulture Gold. ” This is a western that captures the feeling of Arizona’s rich history. The half-breed sheriff, Garet Havelock, is a true hero, dogged in his pursuit of justice no matter the odds – prejudice, hatred, Indians, the elitist villain or the harsh land. All the characters are expertly drawn and carry us into the adventure and the danger that was the wild west.

  13. Denice Hughes Lewis recommends the winning ebook, from the 2011 Global eBook Awards, “151 Uncommon and Amazing Art Secrets To Boost Your Creative Output,” by Marjorie Sarnat. Truly an expert herself, Ms. Sarnat gives us a multitude of art projects for adults as well as children with easy-to-understand instructions. For the amateur, the projects can be fun and many are relatively inexpensive. For the professional, the projects can take art to a new level.

  14. Denice Hughes Lewis recommends the first place winner in the 2011 Global eBook Awards, “So You Think Your Life’s A Movie” by Linda Bergman. This is an important book for the screenwriter who wants to write scripts based on true stories. There is also enough information for the beginning screenwriter of other genres. It is written in a lively form with many personal anecdotes and examples that are very engaging. Congratulations to Ms. Bergman.

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