A note from our founder about the value of winning a book award ....
Being a winner in a prestigious book awards contest gives your book a Seal of Excellence unequaled by other forms of media exposure. Neither reviews, nor articles,
nor TV or radio Interviews can compete with having written or published an "Award Winning Book," selected from several hundred or more competing titles by an experienced, professionally-trained team of judges.
Although I am partial to the Nautilus Award competition and hope you will decide
to enter it, I want you to know that in my consulting sessions with writers and
publishers, I recommend that the best way to find out if their book has merit is
to enter it into several significant book award contests.
We especially recommend the Benjamin Franklin Award (IBPA) and
the Book-of-the-Year Award (ForeWord Magazine). Along with the honor
of winning one of these coveted awards, each of these programs offers
benefits to their winners, as does the Nautilus Book Awards.
Former Nautilus Winners Include . . .
Deepak Chopra • Barbara Kingsolver • Thich Nhat Hanh • Marianne Williamson
Caroline Myss • Gregg Braden • Lynne Twist • Jeremy Rifkin * Lynne McTaggart
Matthew Fox * Daniel James Brown * Eckhart Tolle • Joan Borysenko
Hedrick Smith * Andrew Weil * Katherine Neville * And many more ...