Today the winners were announced of the
The nominations were by peers, meaning people somehow connected with writing and/or publishing. The vote was open for the public.
There has been, according to the organizers, a last-minute flurry of votes.
Frankly, I was more than pleased to be nominated at all and even more so to be a finalist. I really never expected this.
Below you’ll find the categories in which my books figure.
Best Fantasy (High Fantasy/S&S)
Andrew Ashling: The Invisible Hands – Part 3: Pawn Storm
Mark E. Cooper: The God Decrees
Best Cover Art
Andrew Ashing (artists Adrijus Guscia and Agnieszka Mirosław-Kalinowska): The Invisible Hands – Part 3: Pawn Storm
Julie Elizabeth Powell (artist Julie Elizabeth Powell): 13
Peter Davey: Fraud
RUNNER UP (Tie)
Andrew Ashling: The Invisible Hands – Part 2: Castling
Claire C. Riley: Limerence
Here you can find all the winners of the 2014 eFestival of Words.
I’m also pleased to see that my friend Caddy Rowland is the runner up in the Best Series category for her Gastien series, and colleague Mark E. Cooper in Best Fantasy for The God Decrees.
My grateful thanks go to all the people who were kind enough to vote for my books, and to organizer Julie Dawson.
Call me greedy, but some kind soul nominated me for the September Author of the Month Group Reads of Goodreads’ M/M Romance Group. If you are a member of both Goodreads and the M/M-Romance group, and so inclined, I’d appreciate your vote. (You have to be logged in.)
You can vote here until August 27th.