Tampa, FL (PRWEB) May 17, 2013
Silver Visibility and Eclectic Media Productions are proud to announce that a book written by their clients Jayne Jones and Alicia Long entitled "Capitol Hell" has been named a finalist for the 2013 Next Generation International Indie Book Award to be presented at 2013 BookExpo America. The Next Generation Indie Book Awards is an international award that is open to independent authors and publishers worldwide with 60 categories to choose from.
Alicia Long and Jayne Jones, the former United States Senate staffers-turned-authors of Capitol Hell have been crisscrossing America doing book signings in 16 states since the September release and selling out at 90% of the signings. National media has repeatedly referred to Capitol Hell as America's next "Devil Wears Prada" meets Washington D.C.
After Jones and Long left former Sen. Norm Coleman's office in Washington to experience new adventures, they decided that all of the stories they had from the years working there were too good to be kept to themselves. The story of Capital Hell follows Allison Amundson who is a young new Senate staffer struggling to adjust to life in Washington. Capitol Hell is a thoroughly entertaining look at the absurd real behind-the-scenes world of politics.
The Next Generation Indie Book Awards is a prestigious book award program for independent publishers and authors worldwide. Their achievements will be posted at http://www.IndieBookAwards.com as well as in the 2013 Next Generation Indie Book Awards catalog in order to promote the winners and finalists to as many people as possible.
Capitol Hell is available at bookstores nationwide and at http://www.capitolhellbook.com.
About Jayne Jones. Jayne is a graduate of William Mitchell College of Law, worked for U.S. Senator Norm Coleman from 2002-2006 and then headed to the Minnesota House of Representatives, where she was the Executive Assistant to the Speaker of the House, Steve Sviggum.
About Alicia Long. Alicia is a South Dakota native and graduate of the University of St. Thomas School of Law, worked for the United States Senate from 2002-2007 for Senators Norm Coleman (MN), John Thune (SD), and George Allen (VA) as a scheduler, caseworker, intern coordinator, legislative correspondent, and legislative aide.