Indie Spotlight Autumn/Winter 2016 shortlist announced


Indie Spotlight shortlistThanks to everyone who applied for the Indie Spotlight during the last round.

It’s been popular, as always, and after the first round of judging, I’m delighted to announce which submissions have been shortlisted for features in autumn/winter 2016 into 2017.

The Indie Spotlight shortlist

E.C. Jarvis – The Machine
Carrie Morgan – The Road Back From Broken
Malcolm Pierce – Blood Passage
Pat Obermeier – The President Factor
Suzanna J. Linton – Clara’s Return
Tony Wirt – A Necessary Act
Eva Lesko Natiello – The Memory Box
James Schannep – Murdered
Michelle Louise Cox – A Girl Like You
Katie Lynn Morford – Kenan
Kurt Chambers – Truth Teller
Jeaninne Espalier Kato – Manuel’s Murals
Ellie Holmes – The Flower Seller
Andrea Waltz and Richard Fenton – Onyx Webb: Book One
Nancy Norbeck – The Silver Child
Gary Corbin – Lying in Judgment
Ann Edall-Robson – Moon Rising
Katherine Narbonne – A Long Journey
B. Lynn Goodwin – Talent
Gwen Dandridge – The Dragons’ Chosen
D. Thourson Palmer – Ours Is the Storm
Thomas Whaley – Leaving Montana
Christopher DeWan – Hoopty Time Machines
Roo I MacLeod – No More Heroes
S. M. Sevon – They Wait in the Woods
Terri Lee – Paper Castles
Julie Burton – The Self-Care Solution

The finalists will be announced soon

The final round of judging is now underway and the finalists, all of whom will be featured on Literary Lightbox, will be announced in a few weeks.

Interested in applying?

If you’re interested in applying for the Indie Spotlight in the future, find out more about the opportunity here. I don’t charge for Indie Spotlight applications and features, instead it’s my gift in return for all the hard work that goes into publishing quality, indie books.


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    By: Loretta Milan

    Loretta Milan is the founder of Literary Lightbox. She works as a professional writer and also has a novel in construction. She is a graduate of the Faber Academy and Curtis Brown Creative’s three-month novel writing programme. Her writing is fuelled by too much tea.

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