I am thrilled and delighted to announce that in the e-Festival of Words Competition, eleven year old Ethan Allen Doyle is a finalist for Best Hero in a Book. For those who haven't yet read “Spare Change” – Ethan Allen is a spunky kid with a dead mama, a dead daddy and a killer on his tail. But he's also a survivor and that's what makes him so much fun to work with.
Ethan Allen's story “Spare Change” is also a finalist is two categories, they are: General Mainstream Fiction and The Harvey Award which is for Best Book to be made into a movie. Lastly, the fun little novel that celebrates my love for dogs and my love for love “Cupid's Christmas” is a Finalist in the category of Best Romance. In this novel, Cupid is a fun guy with a whole lot of attitude.
The Voting is now open, and here is the link: eFestival of Words Voting Booth
Stop by and browse, you'll discover lots of great new books and perhaps find a few of your favorites. You can only vote for one book per category, but there are lots of categories so find you favorites and cast your vote. You do have to be registered at the site to vote, but registration is easy, quick and free, so go for it.
If you are not yet registered here is the home page link where you can sign up (but be forewarned, once you've signed up it is not that easy to find the voting page, so just stop back and grab the link above)
eFestival of Words Home Page for Registration – click here
Congrats Bette and Ethan! So looking forward to the next chapter of his life.
Awesome! You deservie the recognition for your wonderful stories. Congratulations.
WOW!! You continue to reap the distinction you deserve. Miss you! Sunny