2012 AAMBC Literary Awards Coming….

Catering to the independent writer and artist the annual AAMBC Literary Awards is set to announce the official winners at the 1st annual Baltimore Urban Book Festival on May 6, 2012 at the The Fredrick Douglass-Issac Myers Maritime Park Museum. For the fourth year AAMBC will honor those who made an impact in the industry with new categories such as Reader’s Choice and Honoree categories such as Awarding of the Indie Writer Sponsorship Award, Literary Legend Award Honoree, and Urban Fiction Book of the Year Honoree. With the same goal in mind of exposing prominent independent writers, there is no other award like AAMBC.
With a new development of the AAMBC awards committee who will take it upon themselves to select the honorees this year’s Award Ceremony is destined to take it to an all new greater heights.

More info visit http://2012aambcawards.eventbrite.com/

 

And the nominees are… COMING SOON

AAMBC Author of the Year

Breakout Author of the Year


Indie Book Store of the Year


Book Club of the Year

Magazine of the Year

Publicist of the Year

Indie Publisher of the Year

Street Lit Writer of the Year


Reviewer of the Year

Poet of the Year

Male Author of the Year

Romance Author of the Year

Female Author of the Year

Readers Choice


ALSO STAY TUNED TO SEND IN YOUR VOTE FOR URBAN BOOK OF 2011

 

Get TIX and Info http://2012aambcawards.eventbrite.com/

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  1. Why are all the cool book events on the East Coast? I would love to attend!

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