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Points of Origin wins 2007 Book Award







Announcing Results of the 2007 Independent Publisher Book Awards
Here are the results for Best Regional Fiction in the 11th Annual Independent Publisher Book Awards as announced by Jim Barnes, Awards Director, Jenkins Group.

688 entries were received from across the U.S. and Canada.

South – Best Regional Fiction:

Gold: Laguna, by Michael Putegnat (Synergy Books)

Silver: The Lawless Frontier, by Randy Denmon (Kensington Publishing Group)

Bronze: Points of Origin, by Darden North, MD (Ponder House Press)




The above announcement is an excerpt from the following link:

http://www.independentpublisher.com/article.php?page=1156

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