Kenneth Rogers’ book Sequence has been named the Winner in the Science Fiction/Fantasy category of the 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. The Indies are the largest Not-for-Profit book awards program for independent authors and publishers and each year honor the most exceptional independently published books in 60 different categories.

SBPRA author Sherrill S. Cannon’s The Magic Word was named a Finalist in the Children’s Picture Book category; this is the fifth major award for The Magic Word.
Finalists and Winners will be honored at an awards reception at the Plaza Hotel on June 4, 2012, during Book Expo America in New York City, as well as have their book included in the Indie Book Awards catalog to be distributed at BEA.

Rogers’ amazing sci-fi novel deals with a couple trapped inside the Pandora Complex, a phenomena which causes thoughts to travel from one memory to the next as they are downloaded into the Pandora system. Sequence questions our reality, while taking the reader on a remarkable journey into the mind. Sequence was also awarded a 2012 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award and has been named among the top ten finalists of the San Francisco Book Festival 2012 in the science fiction category.
( – ISBN: 978-1-61204-629-7)

Finalist The Magic Word is the delightful rhyming tale of a little girl who needs to learn some manners. Cannon’s much heralded book has also won a Readers Favorite Award, Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, Dan Poynter Global eBook Award and a Reader Views Award. ( – ISBN: 978-1-60976-909-3)

Strategic Book Publishing and Rights agency congratulations its award-winning authors!
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