2021 eBook Award Judges
Kelly Boyer Sagert is judging our 2021 eBook Award. She's a professional writer, editor, and coach with decades of experience, and is a member of the prestigious American Society of Professional Journalists and Authors (ASJA). She is an experienced ghostwriter, as well, with nearly 15 years of
Author Allison Maruska enjoyed judging the 2020 Awards so much she is returning to our judging panel for 2021 to judge our eBook Award! Allison is a YA and mystery, suspense author, blogger, teacher, mom, wife, coffee and wine consumer, and owl enthusiast. Her blog includes humour posts, short
Robin Cutler, CEO of How To Publish Books.com and creative developer of IngramSpark is judging our 2021 eBook Awards. Robin both created and led the development of IngramSpark, an international, award-winning self-publishing platform from 2013-2020.
Robin's new venture, How To Publish Books.com
Working Mum of the Year, Freelance PR Manager and editor of Sunday Woman, Martina Mercer is judging our eBook Award in 2021.
Martina Mercer is an award-winning mum of three who has endured many struggles in her life with a smile. Her story is known worldwide, while her business acumen, writing
Writer, journalist, activist and author of Daughters of Smoke and Fire, is judging our eBook Award in 2021.
Daughters of Smoke and Fire (May 2020) is her debut novel published by Harper Collins in Canada & ABRAMS in the US. Ava's collection of short stories Echoes from the Other Land (Mawenzi
Kelly Rinne is a publisher looking for writers and authors to publish and is the owner of Spectrum Audiobooks, a publishing house with a focus on high-quality audiobooks, with over 20 authors signed and 100 books in production. Kelly is also looking for authors to offer an audiobook production.
Jordan Rosenfeld is judging our 2021 eBook Award.
She is the author of six books on the craft of writing, most recently How to Write a Page Turner, and the bestselling Make A Scene. Her freelance articles and essays have appeared in such places as The Atlantic, the New York Times, Scientific
Author Charlotte Valentine is judging our 2021 eBook Award.
After studying Law in London, Charlotte moved into the corporate world where she was a Managing Director in Investment Banking before leaving to pursue her love of literature and study for her MA with the Open University.