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PRESS RELEASE: 2020 BEST BOOK AWARDS



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 2020


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THE 17TH ANNUAL BEST BOOK AWARDS ANNOUNCE 2020 AWARD RECIPIENTS

INDIANAPOLIS BASED PUBLISHER HAS THREE AWARD FINALISTS


Enhanced DNA Publishing Announces Their Published Authors That Receive Top Honors in the 17th Annual Best Book Awards

The American Book Fest has announced the winners and the finalists of The 2020 Best Book Awards on November 20, 2020. Over 400 winners and finalists were announced in over 90 categories. Awards were presented for titles published in 2018-2020.

Jeffrey Keen, President and CEO of American Book Fest said this year’s contest yielded over 2,000 entries from mainstream and independent publishers throughout the United States. One such publisher is Enhanced DNA Publishing, a small independent publishing company located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Founder and CEO, Denola Burton, created this company to assist new and newer authors in publishing their books according to the standards of the Independent Book Publishing Association. Burton says of the Enhanced DNA award finalists, “We are so proud of each of the Enhanced DNA Publishing authors who were recognized by the Best Book Awards and are so honored that these awards also provide credibility to the work by the Enhanced DNA family. It has been an overwhelming experience to have not only one Enhanced DNA book to be recognized, but three books and since one book is an anthology, this represents sixteen authors who received this recognition.”

See the three books recognized as Award-Winning Finalists for the 2020 Best Book Awards sponsored by the American Book Fest:



Enhanced DNA Publishing Award Recognitions

Anthologies: Non-Fiction




She Became Me: A Letter to My Younger Self an Anthology Presented by Lentina Rogers

Finalist Anthologies: Non-Fiction The 2020 Best Book Awards

Have you ever thought about your past and wished you could tell your younger self that "everything is going to be alright"? In She Became Me: A Letter to my Younger Self, fourteen amazing women have written a letter to their younger selves to reflect on experiences that molded them into who they became. In these very personal and heartwarming letters, these women have assured their younger selves that they ultimately were not defined by what they went through - the past was just part of the process to get to their purpose. Take this journey with them and you will learn about their trials, struggles and ultimate triumphs that brought them to their purpose. You may even find your own purpose in the process.


African-American Fiction




Facing the Darkness (Rhonda's Story) by Chane' Lucas

Finalist Fiction: African-American The 2020 Best Book Awards

This novel is for the broken. When Rhonda finds herself staring her past in the face, a moment comes when she must choose to release her past and find the Grace to live, knowing that she can! Rhonda’s story is a funny, realistic and emotional story of a young mother running from the pain of losing it all and learning to open up again to receive the good she has been closed off from for years. This story will inspire you, it will make you laugh and it will also make you cry. Take this journey with Rhonda, it will bring you face to face with your own journey. Have you faced your darkness?


African-American Fiction




I Still Hear the Drums by Linda Lewis-Everett

Finalist Fiction: African-American The 2020 Best Book Awards

Linda Lewis Everett provides a captivating account in this novel about a young African girl, captured, enslaved and transported from her home country in Africa to the unfamiliar land of America. This is the story of Abena, who was forced to be called Beulah, in a foreign and cruel new world. Experience Beulah’s life story of slavery, with all of the struggles and challenges that came with losing her freedom and how the only mainstay was the calming effect she experienced when she heard and felt the drums of her beloved homeland. I STILL HEAR THE DRUMS!


Denola Burton and the Enhanced DNA authors are available for interview opportunities and speaking engagements. To arrange, please call 317-250-5611 or email Denola at DenolaBurton@EnhancedDNA1.com.


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