How to Enter The OWL Book Awards

Book Awards

Don’t miss your chance to win a full marketing campaign for your title! Enter The OWL Awards today.

Here at BookPal, we get asked for book recommendations every single day. Whether it’s a school district, government institution, non-profit, or large corporation, they all refer to us for help when trying to cut through hundreds of new releases and find just the best books that will educate, inspire, and motivate their teachers, students, leaders, and team members.

 

And why shouldn’t they? We’re book experts! We relish the opportunity to dive deep into the latest titles and enjoy learning and growing with our clients. This year, we want to show some appreciation for the authors who have produced some of the best books of 2016 and 2017. Meet the BookPal OWL Awards for Outstanding Works of Literature.

 

Calling all published authors!! We’re looking for the best books in the Health, Business, and Education categories that were published in the last two years. Authors whose titles are selected as the top in each category will enjoy a plethora of benefits: the distinction of being the very first BookPal OWL winners, a fancy plaque to hang above their writing desk, and – of course – a TON of online and social media advertising all year long in 2018.

 

Another great thing about submitting your work to the 2017 BookPal OWL Awards is that it’s absolutely FREE. There are no application fees or sneaky hidden surcharges that crop up after you’ve entered. All we need is a completed application form and a physical copy of your book – it’s that easy!

 

In a roiling sea of new releases, BookPal knows how hard it can be to have your voice heard. Take the first step to sharing your book with hundreds of thousands of eager readers by submitting your new book to the BookPal OWL Awards today.

 


This post was written by Nina Calabretta, a client experience representative at BookPal. She is currently reading Radical Candor by Kim Scott.

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