Thanks to Cook's article, I had a sneaking suspicion my book could fit in that odd little category.
On a quest to find the truth, I discovered that New Age fiction has spiritual components, motivational psychology, growth in consciousness, and a worldview that respects the diversity of life and cultures. Also called Visionary Fiction, it can be inspirational and has no gratuitous violence. It's self-help with a story.
And guess what? NIEA chose Courage Without Grace as the winner in the New Age Fiction category!
To view the winners, go to this link: indie excellence 16th annual winners. The Existence of Pity was an NIEA finalist in 2017, so it feels good to win this time around!
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