A fitting title for this week’s blog because my novel, set in northern Rhode Island’s fictitious, French-Canadian mill town of Beauchemins—An Enlightening Quiche— is one of the nominees for “Best Contemporary” in the 2017 Summer Indie Book Awards. Voting officially started at midnight CDT, September 1st. You can vote once each day up until Sept. 11th. In competition with many worthy contenders, I’ve been asking for votes to increase my novel’s chance of winning, by simply clicking on this link: https://goo.gl/m57r61
Therefore, to my family and friends who’ve shared my daily Facebook posts and/or voted for my book on any given day, or every day —merci beaucoup!
While I’m eager to win this coveted award, I’m just as industrious in voting for several books nominated in other categories. Likewise, I know other authors are doing the same. Although competitive, this voting endeavor is at best a collaborative effort: Indies Helping Indies. In that regard, here is the link for all SIBA nominees:
Best wishes to every author as this contest winds down and we eagerly await notification of the winning nominees.