Winners of The SPR Full Moon Awards Announced!
Runner Up – Fantasy – Kate Baray – Lost Library
Lizzie led a normal life…until the Book arrived.
Author Kate Baray begins her new urban fantasy romance series with Lost Library, a tale of werewolves, magic, adventure and romance.
John Braxton arrives unannounced on Lizzie’s doorstep. Little does she know that when she invites him for a drink on the porch, Lizzie opens the door to a secret world of Lycan, magic, spelled books, and a power hungry mastermind. Caught up in one man’s search for power, Lizzie soon begins to uncover surprising secrets about her own past and powers–but not before stumbling upon a library like no other. And romance with a serious but sexy Lycan? It might just happen…
The judges were most impressed with Kate Baray’s professionalism in presentation of her book: a fine example of how a self-published work can be just as finished as a big-name publication.
Post reblogged from Cate Baum October 31, 2014
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About Cate Baum
Cate Baum is a filmmaker and writer of self-published book “The Bull and The Ban” (under the name Tosko) and contributed to “Ole!”, a book about 21st Century attitudes to bullfighting with Ernest Hemingway’s grandson John and New York Times writer Edward Lewine. She is also editor and co-founder of Filmmaking Review, the sister site to Self-Publishing Review. She is married to SPR founder Henry Baum and lives in LA.