eFestival of Words 2015: Finalists announced

This year as well one of my books made it to the finals of the

eFestival of Words – Best of the Independent eBook Awards

The nominations were by peers, meaning people somehow connected with writing and/or publishing. But the voting is open for the public.

The Invisible Hands – Part 4: Mate, Book VII in the Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse series is a finalist in Best Fantasy (High Fantasy/Sword and Sorcery). You can see how I’m doing (and vote) by following the link.

The free anthology Stories on the Go: 101 Very Short Stories by 101 Authors of which I was the editor is also among the finalist in its category Best Anthology.

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Badge nominee Efestival of Words - 2015Here you can find all the finalists of the 2015 eFestival of Words.

I’m pleased to see this year as well a lot of people I know got through to the finals. Gastien: From Dream to Destiny by my friend Caddy Rowland, to name only one, is a finalist in both Best Novel and Best Historical Fiction.

Now it’s up to the public to vote. I can’t add much more to what I already said last year: I just feel lucky, not to mention honored, to have gotten this far as a finalist. I have no idea who voted for my books and the cover, but they have my heartfelt thanks.

I think the voting will end by August 1st, so if you’re inclined to vote don’t wait too long.

And, of course, many thanks to organizer Julie Dawson.


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3 Responses to eFestival of Words 2015: Finalists announced

  1. Nigel WoodSmith 2015-07-13 at 19:55 #

    I tried to vote for you, but the website seems a bit out of date and did not did not allow me to register. I will try again later.Nigel

    • Andrew 2015-07-14 at 20:35 #

      Thank you, Nigel. :)

  2. Caddy Rowland 2015-07-14 at 22:25 #

    Thanks for the mention, Andrew. :) And good luck!

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