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Clarissa Cottrill's Debut Novella, "Cafe Vengeance," Nominated for 5 Categories at the Indie Ink A
"It's no surprise that this talented author has captivated readers and critics alike," says Tyler Wittkofsky, President & Publisher of Tea With Coffee Media. "Cafe Vengeance' serves up a delicious blend of morally gray characters, tantalizing settings, and a feast for the senses that will leave you hungry for more. With a touch of wit and a dash of darkness, Cottrill has crafted a literary masterpiece that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Cheers to a rising star in the literary world!"
The nominated categories for "Cafe Vengeance" are Best Book Cover and Cover Artist, Best Morally Gray Character, Best Setting, This Book Made Me Hungry/Thirsty, and Wittiest Character.
"I'm so honored that 'Café Vengeance' has been nominated for the Indie Ink Awards and recognized among such talented peers. I know it's cliche to say it's an honor just to be nominated, but it really is," says Cottrill. "Café Vengeance is my debut novella and the process with small press Tea With Coffee Media has been a wonderful experience and I thank that whole team for making this book a reality and helping achieve these nominations."
The Indie Ink Awards, a collaborative effort by WriteHive, Inked In Gray, and Indie Story Geek, is a celebration of independent books, emphasizing tropes and diversity rather than genre. The contest has entered its voting phase after the reader-nominations concluded, where the top ten nominees in each award category will proceed as finalists to the reading phase. The Indie Ink Awards invite avid readers, bloggers, Instagrammers, vloggers, and other literary enthusiasts to participate as judges. Reading for this year's awards will begin in February 2024.
"Cafe Vengeance" is a thrilling novella set in the ruthless streets of New York City, where protagonist Dane Roman risks his very soul for success. Inspired by Dante's "Inferno," Cottrill's work explores mankind's ancient fear of eternal damnation, drawing readers into a nightmarish modern-day underworld.
Clarissa Cottrill, hailing from the rolling hills of West Virginia, has always had a deep love for literature. With her Appalachian roots and personal experiences with mental health, she crafts hauntingly beautiful stories that capture the essence of the human experience. As a horror and literary fiction writer, Cottrill's imagination knows no bounds. Her upcoming novella, "Cafe Vengeance," promises to be an unforgettable journey into the depths of the human psyche.
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