2016 Library Journal Indie Ebook Awards Competition
The 2016 Library Journal Indie Ebook Awards Competition is accepting entries through July 31. Library Journal (“LJ”) honors the best self-published ebooks in the following genres: Romance, Mystery, Science Fiction, Fantasy and Young Adult. Judging committees will be comprised of LJ editors and public library collection development & acquisition librarians, who are responsible for selecting content suitable for their libraries. Some winners of the 2015 contest will also be participating as judges. They will select one winner and designate two honorable mentions in each category. Each genre prize winner receives $1,000. All winners and honorable mentions also receive: a full LJ review, in print and online; a promotional ad in LJ’s December “Best of Books” issue, displaying all award winners honor books; and recognition at the 2017 ALA Midwinter Meeting.