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Why the Beverly Hills Book Awards®?

Beverly Hills is synonymous with achievement, a place where one can find the “best of the best”, and a symbol of high status. Working in the publishing industry for many years ourselves we have certainly heard our colleagues discuss the ever present challenges of promoting books. So, we decided to celebrate the physical book in print. Books are a vital component of worldwide culture- they touch all aspects of life. As such we value each detail of what makes a great book and meaningful reader experience.

This contest regards all of the factors that demonstrate outstanding presentation in addition to excellent writing. From cover-to-cover and each facet of a titles interior design, typography, promotional text, author info, etc... the Beverly Hills Book Awards® rewards works of superior quality. We accept fiction and non-fiction books in a wide range of topics and categories including mystery, romance, business, self-help, memoirs, inspiration, and many more.

The 7th Annual Beverly Hills Book Awards is closed for submissions.

Winners and Finalists will be announced mid to late November. Wishing all of our participants much luck in this year’s contest.

KUDOS!

"I wanted to extend my sincere gratitude for the selection of my novel for your 2016 Beverly Hills Book Awards. Everything about the recent release of my debut novel, A Faithful Son has been dream-like. Certainly, your acknowledgement this weekend has been the highlight of my journey, thus far."

Michael Scott Garvin

"My heart is full of sincere appreciation and joy for being selected as the winner of the 5th Annual Beverly Hills Book Awards in the Children's Inspirational/Motivational category. This is an unbelievable experience for me to have this opportunity to share this milestone with my family and friends."

Laurie Copmann 

"I greatly appreciate the recognition of being a Finalist in the 5th Annual Beverly Hills Book Awards in the "Crime Fiction" category. As an author, it seems you are never sure if your book actually tells an interesting, coherent story that someone may actually find entertaining."

Tom Breen