CNW alumna announced as Indie Excellence Awards Finalist

An alumna of the Centre for New Writing has been named a Finalist for the National Indie Excellence Award for New Fiction. 

Morag Edwards (nee Gornall) graduated from the Centre in 2006 and her self-published novel Broken was one of 10 works to be named Finalist for the awards.  

"Now in our 16th year The National Indie Excellence Awards has evaluated thousands of books across a wide range of diverse genres produced by self-published authors and independent imprints,” said Doug Fogelson, President of the National Indie Excellence Awards. “From this position, we find that our current selection of NIEA award recipients represent the best and brightest talents to be found in contemporary indie publishing and self-published authors today." 

Other titles by Edwards include The Jacobite's Wife, which was published by Hookline Books in 2018. 

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