Louisville, Kentucky (PressExposure) July 04, 2013 -- Spoon and the Moon has just placed first in the LGBT division of the IndieReader Discovery Award! "The characters of the children's nursery rhyme, Hey Diddle Diddle assume their roles (with a naughty twist) in this beautifully chimerical and enticing, flirtatious romp of a lascivious, lesbian, interactive fairytale . . ." The creators, Wickedly Sisters, are so excited about their first award from IndieReader, that they are giving away 100 free copies of their book to the first 100 people who contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winner of three prestigious awards, Spoon and the Moon has recently won runner-up in the Best App Ever Contest as well as an international gold-medal award from E-lit Awards in Illuminating Digital Publishing Excellence!
"IndieReader, the essential consumer guide to self-published books and the people who write them . . . judges on the IRDA panel included publishers, agents, PR professionals, top reviewers and more. Judging was based on the quality of writing and the originality of the story." Said Amy Edelman, founder and president of IndieReader.
Spoon and the Moon is a whimsical, adult fairytale. Once again, Wickedly Sisters created a wildly imaginative story full of humor, a twinge of tenderness and a heaping of unexpected turns. This ebook is the first full-length, interactive adult novel--a pioneer in a whole new art form. It contains many interactive features, clever animations, a hot soundtrack by musicians from Europe and North America all woven through a magical, LBGTQ storyline. Spoon and the Moon is now available on Amazon Appstoreâ¢ for Android devices and Kindle Fire, and on the iBookstoreâ¢ for iPad. Presently, it is celebrating over one year on the Amazon Best Seller List.
"Gorgeous and creative interactive images with drop down boxes and videos are complemented by quixotic musical accompaniments from the cat playing the fiddle to haunting ballads and sound bytes from the Apollo takeoff that keeps the reader fully engaged and captivated." Spoon and the Moon -- Reviewed by Maya Fleischmann for IndieReader.