For Immediate Release
May 18, 2011
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Marc Curtis Little


(BLACK PR WIRE)--Newark, NJ---Marc Curtis Little’s spiritual thriller, ANGELS IN THE MIDST, was named a finalist in the Religion Fiction Category at the 5th annual Indie Excellence Awards Competition on May 15. The 370-page novel (self-published through print-on-demand Infinity Publishing) is the sequel to DON’T BLINK WHEN GOD CALLS, Little’s debut novel. 

“I was thrilled and thankful to God when I received the news about the recognition,” said Little, who pens daily online evangelical messages in addition to writing novels. “To think of being recognized for my small work by people who read all genres of books---historical, self-help, young adult, fiction, non-fiction and more---is sobering and emotionally intoxicating at the same time.” 

ANGELS and DON’T BLINK are centered on Curt Felton, Jr.’s rocky election campaign to get elected and inaugurated as mayor of a conservative city in Florida. Back stories include extra-marital affairs, drug use and criminal activity, as well as paranormal occurrences. Both books can be purchased at and Angels is available in e-Reader formats. Marc is currently writing MAGNIFICENT REDEMPTION, a novel that deals with one man’s haunting memories from the racial unrest during the 1967 Newark, NJ riots. 

The Indie Excellence Awards Competition is conducted in Beverly Hills, California and presents more than $12,000 in prizes for winners in 119 categories. It is one of the leaders in recognizing the work of self-published authors worldwide, a number of whom are exceeding sales of 100,000 copies while earning six and seven figures in revenues.