The national Writer’s Digest magazine just ran a front-cover feature story about The Black Lens novel in its May/June print edition, which reaches about 70,000 subscribers across the country.
The detailed article came after my debut novel won Grand Prize in the 2016 Writer’s Digest Self-Published e-Book Awards. The Black Lens beat out more than 600 other books in this national contest, which “spotlights today’s self-published works and honors self-published authors.” The Grand Prize includes cash and a paid trip to the national Writer’s Digest Conference.
“Gritty, unforgiving and in some places downright shocking, The Black Lens is nevertheless a stunning read, from the first page to the last,” wrote the Judge in the 4th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published e-Book Awards. “This book rivals — if not surpasses — its commercially published brethren. It may indeed raise awareness of human trafficking and exploitation of women in the same manner as Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Twelve Years A Slave did for slavery.”
Read the full article here. You can also read more reviews of The Black Lens and order a copy on Amazon.