Nicole S. Mason, Esquire Winner For the 2019 Indie Author Legacy Awards
By: Strategies For Success
The Indie Author Legacy Awards sponsored by Black Enterprise is the only of its kind, honoring impact-centered writers, who serve as unsung heroes within our communities. This monumental event was designed to specifically celebrate non-fiction literacy geared towards the promotion of social awareness, education and personal transformation.
The Indie Author Legacy Awards are more than just an honor–they include an interactive celebration in which readers, fans, book lovers and community activists show their support for writers. Social media sharing is encouraged, and the awards enables book authors to network and engage online with readers and fans.
"After working with hundreds of authors via book production, workshops and consulting; I've found the top challenges of being a writer is trusting yourself, believing in yourself, and simply accepting that your authentic voice will be impactful. That's why I am committed to helping authors navigate through these goal-oriented challenges by creating a venue of inspiration and motivational influence," says Tieshena Davis, CEO of Purposely Created Publishing Group and Founder of the Awards.
"The Indie Author Legacy Awards is an empowerment initiative and revolutionary platform that is unparalleled in the independent author niche market," adds Davis.
Nicole S. Mason is an author, speaker, attorney and executive leadership coach. She is a winner of the 2018 Writers You Should Be Reading Contest. She is a member of Federally Employed Women (FEW), the John Maxwell Group, the International Coach Federation (ICF), the National Association of Professional Women (NAPW), and the Maryland State Bar Association (MSBA). Mason also serves as an Ambassador for the American Heart Association. She was recently recognized by the Governor of Maryland for her lifelong commitment to the advancement of women through her mentoring initiatives and efforts.
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