PRLog - May 13, 2014 - SANTA CLARITA, Calif. -- Rich Samuels, author of My Life at the Bottom of the Food Chain, a darkly funny novel for young adults, has been honored with the Book Readers Appreciation Group (B.R.A.G.) Medallion.
The book has been judged by a panel of experienced B.R.A.G. readers worldwide as “well worth a reader’s time and money.”
Samuels’ book is a tale about Alexander, a thirteen year old so frightened of bullying that he nearly becomes a bully himself.
Featuring a lively cast of characters that will seem authentic to anyone “who’s been there,” My Life at the Bottom of the Food Chain is a non-stop adventure that manages to be both thought-provoking and just plain fun.
“My Life at the Bottom of the Food Chain is an example of the quality literature that often goes unrecognized in the mainstream because it’s self-published,”
On average, only ten percent of books submitted for recognition by B.R.A.G. are accepted into the program and promoted on the website at http://www.bragmedallion.com.
BRAGMedallion.com is owned and operated by indieBRAG, LLC, a privately held organization that has brought together a large group of readers, both individuals and book clubs, located throughout the United States and in ten other countries around the globe. More information about the B.R.A.G. Medallion is available at www.bragmedallion.com.
Author Rich Samuels, at various times, has been an Emmy(tm) award-winning producer, director, and editor. He’s taught filmmaking workshops, been a news director, acted, reported, and created documentaries. This is his first novel. Samuels is currently working on a follow-up.
My Life at the Bottom of the Food Chain is available from most online retailers in paperback and all popular e-book formats. For further Information on the book and the author visit http://richsamuelsauthor.com .