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Reader's Choice Awards Winners!

Thank you to all who participated in the Reader's Choice Awards!
Here is the winner list:
Get This Body in a Barn: A Milkmaid's Guide to Fitness by Brooklyn James (Fitness)

From Where I Stand by Robert Zimmermann

Short Story
Sub-Normal #1: Not The Norm by Becca J. Campbell

Short Story Collections and Anthologies
Nocturnal Embers Anthology represented by contributor Noree Cosper

Lunula by Alyssa Auch
Chick-Lit/Women’s Fiction
Meet Me at the Pond by Mindy Killgrove

The Burning of Isobel Key by Jen McConnel

Crime/Police Procedural
Czech Mate by Tom Immins

 Dark/Paranormal/Supernatural/Urban Fantasy
Mana by Asher Tensei
What Kills Me by Wynne Channing

Damaged Goods by Alexandra Allred

After the Fear by Rosanne Rivers

OLLY by Isabella Sinclair (Erotica)

Lunula by Alyssa Auch

Historical Fiction
The Last Fernandez by Sandra Perez Gluschankoff

A Prescription for Delirium by Noree Cosper

Damaged Goods by Alexandra Allred

Literary Fiction
Thickness of Blood by Kimberly Gould

Middle Grade
The Escape of Princess Madeline by Kirstin Pulioff

Damaged Goods by Alexandra Allred

New Adult
Lessons Learned by Sydney Logan

Curtain Call: Death Metal Series #1 by Nathan Squiers

Paranormal Romance
The Forever Girl by Rebecca Hamilton

Paranormal Thriller
Curtain Call: Death Metal Series #1 by Nathan Squiers

The Journey by Dan O'Brien

Lessons Learned by Sydney Logan

Science Fiction
January Black by Wendy Russo

MORE by T. M. Franklin

Young Adult
Mana by Asher Tensei
What Kills Me by Wynne Channing




  1. I'm so excited. My TBR pile just toppled over. hehehe

    Anna @

  2. I'm honored to be on the list with such amazing nominees and winners. Thank you so much!

  3. I'm happy that we reached so many people! I was honored to be a part of this amazing event :D


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