MARC CURTIS LITTLE
- Contest recognizes outstanding independently published books -
(BLACK PR WIRE) – Newark, NJ, May 24, 2011 – ANGELS IN THE MIDST by Marc Curtis Little has been selected the FINALIST of the 2011 Indie Excellence Award in the category of Religion Fiction.
The Indie Excellence Awards are reserved for the “best of the best” in books published in various genres. The criteria for recognition are stringent and include overall excellence in presentation. This award celebrates the highest achievements in independent press and self-publishing, a sector of the industry that has grown exponentially in recent years.
Winners and finalists were announced on Sunday, May 15. For a complete list of the honorees visit: http://www.indieexcellence.com/indie-results-2011.htm.
Since writing the critically acclaimed DON’T BLINK WHEN GOD CALLS, Marc Curtis Little has relocated to the New Jersey-New York area. He completed ANGELS IN THE MIDST after he left Jacksonville, Florida in February 2010. Marc is a native of Newark, New Jersey and the brother of best-selling author Benilde Little (Simon and Shuster). He is a public relations counselor and marketing consultant. Marc is currently working on the screenplay for DON’T BLINK (which mirrored the historic election of an African American in Jacksonville on May 18, 2011), while working on MAGNIFICENT REDEMPTION, his next novel. He is also researching a non-fiction work on the lives of African American high school students who begin to realize their impact on history 40 years after their graduation.