Gold Coast Resident, Lisa Doble's "Good Cop Girl Cop", Nominated for Global Award
Doble up against hundreds of authors worldwide for prestigious Author Academy Award
GOLD COAST, Australia - Sept. 1, 2019 - PRLog -- "Good Cop Girl Cop: The Secret Life of a Police Officer", written by Gold Coast (Australia) resident, Lisa Doble, has been nominated as a Top 10 Finalist for a 2019 Author Academy Award, an honor bestowed for literary merit and publishing excellence. Doble's book is up for an award in the General Non-Fiction category, and is a gritty, insider's true account of what it is really like to be a police officer.
"Hundreds of books from authors throughout the world are up for an Author Academy Award," said Kary Oberbrunner, founder of Author Academy Elite and the Author Academy Awards. "Our goal is to help further connect this global community of authors, maintain excellence and integrity of the book publishing industry, and raise awareness that the stories being told and the authors who write them are worth our attention."
Authors of all kinds— self-published, traditional, or collaborative published—are being considered for the award in one of sixteen categories. Entries are being reviewed and evaluated on popular vote, social contribution, and overall presentation (cover, content, flow, and originality) by the Academy's voting membership comprised of best-selling authors, literary agents and industry leaders.
The top ten finalists in each category, such as Doble, will be invited to present their book synopsis at an Author Academy Awards Red Carpet Session on Friday, Oct. 25, 2019, in Columbus, Ohio.