“Finding Tate” earns B.R.A.G. Medallion!

My middle grade novel, Finding Tate, has won a B.R.A.G. Medallion for the Juvenile Fiction category! This Medallion signifies that my novel has passed a two-stage assessment and is in the top 15 – 20% of the many books reviewed by this organization, indieBRAG, LLC. The acronym stands for Book Readers Appreciation Group. I’ve earned a gold B.R.A.G. Medallion sticker for the cover of my novel!

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The mission of indieBRAG, at www.BRAGMedallion.com, is “to discover talented self-published authors and help them give their work the attention and recognition it deserves.” This organization has brought together a large group of readers, both individuals and members of book clubs, located in the United States and ten other countries around the globe.

Authors of eBooks are invited to nominate their books for B.R.A.G. review. The book must pass a rigorous, two-stage review process; readers then score the book on ten criteria categories, including plot, characters, dialogue, writing style, content development, title, cover, formatting, and copy editing. The author receives the Report Card on her book and a reader’s review.

My book received the highest grades and I am happy to pass on these reviewer’s comments:

“I really enjoyed this book! Very nice story for middle grade readers. The writer does a good job of creating characters that are relateable to its target audiences. Taylor was very well created and the dialogue is appropriate.”

“I think the flow of the story was good from beginning to end and kept my attention throughout the entire book. I would definitely recommend this book to middle grade readers.”

I hope all my readers enjoy the book! And I’d love to hear what you liked about it!

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